[sudo-discuss] sudoroom 3D printer is working!

robb sf99er at gmail.com
Wed Mar 14 16:06:34 PDT 2018

would high temp epoxy work for the craters?

On Wed, Mar 14, 2018 at 3:51 PM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:

> I 3d printed stuff last night and it worked great.  I scraped off the
> stuff on
> the print bed and exposed the actual glass print bed!  it's still good
> except
> there are a couple of serious craters.  Not sure what to do about the
> craters,
> perhaps fill them in with caulk?  Silicone caulk sticks to glass.
> If anyone wants to 3D print something please let me know and i'll show you
> what
> i've learned about doing it.
> On Tue, 27 Feb 2018, hol at gaskill.com wrote:
> to each one's own.  I loved showing up with a card the size of a
>> fingernail and rocking and rolling from there.  no drivers, nothing to
>> worry about on the PC side.  If someone is using the computer, no need to
>> disturb them or fear they will close the window. anyone who is comfortable
>> using a car stereo can handle the knob and button approach!  cheers
>> On 2018-02-26 11:47, Jake wrote:
>>> i remember that there was a bug where you couldn't put the temperature
>>> command
>>> into the gcode on the SDcard, or the machine would heat up but then just
>>> hang
>>> (which is terrible and clogs the nozzle and fills the space with the
>>> smell of
>>> burning plastic)
>>> i don't know if that bug exists in the firmware i downloaded and put in
>>> the
>>> machine.
>>> also i hate the little LCD and knob interface, and i think computers
>>> should
>>> have a keyboard and ssh server...
>>> i look forward to installing octoprint on the computer there, so that
>>> people
>>> can use their own laptop to drive the printer through their browser, and
>>> even
>>> watch it through a webcam.
>>> also without a computer how are you supposed to tweak and jog the
>>> machine?
>>> through the LCD and knob thing?  no thanks.
>>> I can't wait to see people printing with it!
>>> -jake
>>> On Mon, 26 Feb 2018, hol at gaskill.com wrote:
>>> Jake I have printed 100% of the time from that machine from SD card with
>>>> excellent results after minor setting tweaks.  Sorry if you have not had
>>>> good luck.  Does the new firmware disable this feature or make it more
>>>> difficult?
>>>> Either way thank you for putting in the time to fix it and I'll happily
>>>> use either method going forward.
>>>> On 2018-02-23 15:52, Jake wrote:
>>>>> I uploaded the correct firmware to the machine (it was running
>>>>> firmware for a
>>>>> machine with different physical attributes) and now it seems to print
>>>>> fine.
>>>>> I didn't have the time to properly prepare the bed though, so there
>>>>> was some
>>>>> non-adhesion, but the giant spool of filament is hooked up and it's
>>>>> ready to
>>>>> go.
>>>>> cura-lulzbot slicer is installed on the computer there, and "sudoroom
>>>>> white
>>>>> ABS" filament is defined and should work.  Pronterface (red icon) is
>>>>> the
>>>>> program to use to drive the printer and run the gcode generated by
>>>>> cura.
>>>>> don't do the SD card thing, it won't work and is terrible.
>>>>> https://sudoroom.org/wiki/TAZ
>>>>> -jake
>>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2018, Paul Orozco wrote:
>>>>> So I'm coming across something else that's weird. It's superextruding
>>>>>> on
>>>>>> the left side of a calibration cube... Thought I'd share with you. Any
>>>>>> ideas?
>>>>>> On Jan 29, 2018 00:51, "Jake" <jake at spaz.org> wrote:
>>>>>> that's great that you got it working! which filament were you using?
>>>>>>> we
>>>>>>> have a
>>>>>>> large spool of white ABS but the spool came apart.  if we fix the
>>>>>>> spool and
>>>>>>> dust it off, it's still good.
>>>>>>> the hard part of using big spools of filament is making sure that the
>>>>>>> printer
>>>>>>> has a straight path to pull from the spool, and the spool can rotate
>>>>>>> freely.
>>>>>>> i can help with this on Tuesday.  we already have so much filament,
>>>>>>> i don't
>>>>>>> want to buy more yet.
>>>>>>> -Jake
>>>>>>> On Mon, 29 Jan 2018, Paul Orozco wrote:
>>>>>>> Jake,
>>>>>>>> I actually just got it working. I figured I’d just download the
>>>>>>>> slicer
>>>>>>>> and slice it on my computer and load it up to the SD card. I
>>>>>>>> started a
>>>>>>>> print but the filament snapped. I guessed that’d happen like it did
>>>>>>>> with my
>>>>>>>> other old filaments. It’s just something that happens. Want to go
>>>>>>>> in on
>>>>>>>> some filament or IDRK? How should we go about that? I mainly have
>>>>>>>> 1.75 at
>>>>>>>> my home.
>>>>>>>> Paul Orozco
>>>>>>>> Sent from Mail for Windows 10
>>>>>>>> From: Paul Orozco
>>>>>>>> Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 10:27 PM
>>>>>>>> To: Jake
>>>>>>>> Cc: sudo-discuss at lists.sudoroom.org
>>>>>>>> Subject: RE: [sudo-discuss] Sudo Room 3D Printer Questions
>>>>>>>> Jake,
>>>>>>>> Hello, thanks for the replay. I do have experience with stuff like
>>>>>>>> that.
>>>>>>>> I actually have experience with stuff like that. I have my own
>>>>>>>> shitty
>>>>>>>> printer that’s a Tevo Tarantula; that one runs on Marlin (I think I
>>>>>>>> recently uploaded 1.1.4). I’m still upgrading it though
>>>>>>>> mechanically. I
>>>>>>>> usually use Cura 3.1.0 for my slicer and have the usual Tarantula
>>>>>>>> slicer
>>>>>>>> for that. I also previously had an Anet A8 but that one was
>>>>>>>> breaking down
>>>>>>>> so often I ended up getting the Tarantula and sold my old one to a
>>>>>>>> friend.
>>>>>>>> I’ve heard different things about it including that it’s still
>>>>>>>> broken or
>>>>>>>> it’s fixed. Use the computer with a direct link instead of using
>>>>>>>> the SD
>>>>>>>> card. I was just looking for some kind of clarification. What kind
>>>>>>>> of
>>>>>>>> software you guys use to slice and all that good stuff.
>>>>>>>> Thanks again,
>>>>>>>> Paul Orozco
>>>>>>>> Sent from Mail for Windows 10
>>>>>>>> From: Jake
>>>>>>>> Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 10:02 PM
>>>>>>>> To: Paul Orozco
>>>>>>>> Cc: sudo-discuss at lists.sudoroom.org
>>>>>>>> Subject: Re: [sudo-discuss] Sudo Room 3D Printer Questions
>>>>>>>> Hi Paul,
>>>>>>>> i'm happy to report that the nozzle heater resistor was recently
>>>>>>>> replaced, so
>>>>>>>> as far as i know there is nothing wrong with the printer except
>>>>>>>> that it
>>>>>>>> hasn't
>>>>>>>> been used in a long time, so there's probably a lot of dust on the
>>>>>>>> filament and
>>>>>>>> the print bed, and maybe the nozzle is clogged.
>>>>>>>> do you have experience using a 3D printer like ours, which is a TAZ
>>>>>>>> 3
>>>>>>>> running
>>>>>>>> Marlin firmware?  I'm guessing it will take a little bit of
>>>>>>>> fiddling to
>>>>>>>> get the
>>>>>>>> first prints to come out well.
>>>>>>>> I'll be hosting Hardware Hacking Tuesday this week at 7PM and you're
>>>>>>>> welcome to
>>>>>>>> come then and try to use the 3D printer.  I can help a little bit
>>>>>>>> while
>>>>>>>> you're
>>>>>>>> working on it, and there may be others who can help as well.
>>>>>>>> -jake
>>>>>>>> On Sat, 27 Jan 2018, Paul Orozco wrote:
>>>>>>>> Hello everyone,
>>>>>>>>> I'm a little new and I'm just wondering what's the status of the 3D
>>>>>>>>> Printer
>>>>>>>>> over here. I've heard it's broken right now, so I'm wondering what
>>>>>>>>> it'll
>>>>>>>>> take to fix it and be able to use it.
>>>>>>>>> Paul Orozco
>>>>>>>>> Cell: (916)337-7101
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