You should have gotten a set of instructions. They're pretty good. What in particular are you having problems with?
BTW, if you've lost them, you can download the instructions from here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1whg ... sp=sharing
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Honestly, the most active community for the Promega is on Facebook. I think the Discord channel collapsed under its own weight, as I suspected it would. Unfortunately, not many people know about this forum. I've seen (and eliminated) at least five times as many spam messages as I've seen of legitima...
- Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:28 pm
- Forum: Promega
- Topic: Does the Promega Unbound Glass Fiber print sheet just suck?
- Replies: 4
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I'm still printing on glass with glue stick on my Crane after my experiment with the Unbound sheet on two printers (Crane and Promega), especially now that I know the trick to quickly and easily removing old glue from the glass: it's as simple as spritzing the bed with water and then dragging a putt...
- Tue Oct 01, 2019 11:09 am
- Forum: M3D Filament
- Topic: M3D color calibrated opaque filament discontinued?
- Replies: 0
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I just went out to their website and all traces of opaque color-calibrated filament are gone. It's probably a marketing move: the results aren't good with opaque filament (toothpasting), so it makes the printer look bad.
- Wed Sep 04, 2019 3:02 pm
- Forum: Promega Mods
- Topic: New filament Tube alternatives
- Replies: 5
- Views: 519
It's a weatherproof plastic box I got at Walmart. It has foam seals along the edge of the lid and latches that lock it down against the box rim. The only holes through it are for the filament to come out, and I used 3D-printed filament feeders for those holes (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:17508...
Are you using a glass sheet, glass fiber sheet, or a sticker on the bed itself? The IR probe is pretty worthless for glass and probably worthless for the glass fiber. It might be OK for a matte black sticker on the bed though.
Not sure I understand the question. The Maestro has to home Y first because, otherwise, the head would likely never hit the X limit switch when ithe Maestro tried to home X. So, if you home only X through the DWC, the Maestro will automatically home Y too.