[COMMUNITY] Print quality test

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Re: Print quality test

Post by grimmthesilent » 01 Oct 2015, 00:52

Hi,

I just wanted to let you know that someone was kind enough to design and share feet for the hellobeeprusa(which should be included in the kit to be honest). These feet in combination with something rubber underneath them greatly improved the stability of my hbp.

Another issue I have, that I am currently designing new parts for, is that the tension of the belt is really difficult to get right with the way they need to be tensioned now.

However I am getting much better results since I retensioned the belts and added the feet so you might want to try this as well.

feet:

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:965589

sample of my prusa's quality(model height is about 35mm):
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Re: Print quality test

Post by Filipe » 01 Oct 2015, 10:16

@grimmthesilent

Thank you for the .stl and your suggestions on improvements. These are always taken into account.

In theory, if the design fits tightly, and with a rubber base, it should help with any possible vibrations, and improve the print quality :)

Best regards

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Re: Print quality test

Post by grimmthesilent » 01 Oct 2015, 10:41

Filipe wrote:@grimmthesilent

Thank you for the .stl and your suggestions on improvements. These are always take into account.

In theory, if the design fits tightly, and with a rubber base, it should help with any possible vibrations, and improve the print quality :)

Best regards
no problem! The main issue that the feet from Pedrodantas fix is that they limit the freedom of movement of the frame.

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Re: Print quality test

Post by Andre_A » 01 Oct 2015, 11:55

Thanks grimmthesilent :D
Maybe this STL (https://github.com/beeverycreative/hell ... torios.stl) combined with something rubber underneath can solve that issue too :)
Image
It can be found in this topic: https://beeverycreative.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=4

Hope this helps ;)
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Re: Print quality test

Post by endeffect » 01 Oct 2015, 16:25

Andre_A wrote:Thanks grimmthesilent :D
Maybe this STL (https://github.com/beeverycreative/hell ... torios.stl) combined with something rubber underneath can solve that issue too :)
Image
It can be found in this topic: https://beeverycreative.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=4

Hope this helps ;)
Where this parts going ?

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Re: Print quality test

Post by smoreira » 01 Oct 2015, 16:30

Hi

I have time on Friday afternoon, but I do not speak English very well , and I said that I lived in Switzerland
Hi,

Please send me a PM with your email and skype alias.
Don't know if it's going to be possible tomorrow, but we'll see with the R&D team and contact you.

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Re: Print quality test

Post by smoreira » 01 Oct 2015, 17:18

paulocaveboy wrote:hi sergio

i have the same issues as replicator and i too did a lot of research before i made a purchase. i have experience with an Up plus 2 3d printer which ive been using at work for 3 years! so im was pretty accepting a fair amount of fiddling and calibration. im an design engineer as a profession so i would like to think i can get around many issues.

I understand there is a level at which to accept within build quality of each individual but the sheer amount of issues there are beg me to question whether it is fit for purpose. i have so far spent 16 hours build time and a further 16hrs just trying to get a decent simple print. i have fully printed one simple object at a slow speed in ABS. i have sent and tried to calibrate in excess of 100 prints without success.

I would appreciate some assistance in smoothing out issues and replacing parts FOC.

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Hi Paul,

To better assess your situation we will have to make a skype with you.
A DIY Kit is completely different from a Up 3D printer. You have to tweak your helloBEEprinter printer for results.
Anyway, "Filipe " one of the main moderators here will PM you to make the skype call happen.

Cheers,

Sergio
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Re: Print quality test

Post by Andre_A » 01 Oct 2015, 17:34

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Re: Print quality test

Post by endeffect » 01 Oct 2015, 21:30

Andre_A wrote:Hi,
here are some examples where you can put the printed feet ;)
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http://s19.postimg.org/t69i524hf/20151001_170104.jpg

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http://s19.postimg.org/mh2yp1j5f/20151001_170200.jpg

Image
http://s19.postimg.org/amcu8frcj/20151001_171640.jpg

Hope this helps ;)

Cheers,
Andre
Thanks you, now is verry clear ! i think these photo must be displayed on the part presentation, because without i've not think it's for this

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Re: Print quality test

Post by grimmthesilent » 02 Oct 2015, 08:48

Andre_A wrote:Hi,
here are some examples where you can put the printed feet ;)
Image
http://s19.postimg.org/t69i524hf/20151001_170104.jpg

Image
http://s19.postimg.org/mh2yp1j5f/20151001_170200.jpg

Image
http://s19.postimg.org/amcu8frcj/20151001_171640.jpg

Hope this helps ;)

Cheers,
Andre
Nice! thanks for the upload. I do prefer the ones that hold both pieces of the corner since they make sure the corner remains 90 degrees :)

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