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What are you adhering it with?
I bet this will help a ton. In testing your V1 it works great above ~45 mph, but in some ways is actually louder below 45mph
Question on those silicon molds and those skulls.I need to see if there are any maker shows in Texas.
Also, I wanted to share what I've been making to give away to the kids for Halloween. I'm aiming for about 100 jack-o-lanterns and I'm currently at 65. Going to also print witches hats for half of them and glue them on.
The skulls are all my failed prints thrown into silicone molds. They came out better than I expected. Still need to play with temp and length of time in the toaster oven but now I know what to do with my failed prints. Figured I can do this every year and give them to all the kiddos that come by on Halloween. We have a few kids that can't eat candy or can't have that much so I figured this would be a cool non-candy treat.
I'm thinking of turning one of medium skulls into a shift knob for my beetle as these are pretty dense and can probably take a threaded insert.
How do you know how much filament is left on the roll if the roll doesn't have those cutouts with estimates on them? I have some rolls that have cuts in the side with marks denoting roughly how much filament is at this point. The roll I was using has none of that, there's no cutout to see how far down the roll you are.What was the slicer estimate for the filament? I usually find it’s pretty accurate. I like the rolls that have the gradients on them so you can get an idea of what you have on the spool.
Had I listened to the smarter voices in my head I would have gone through the effort of breaking apart the STL I found into 4 separate files and printed the risers one at a time. Had done that I would have one complete riser done right now, instead of 4 at ~30% and a whole bunch of wasted filament, though I guess I can use the risers since I'm making a 3 level lack printing station.I do what you do a take a WAG (wild ass guess). I have a few spools that have no windows and they are annoying to estimate.
I was off the other day but the print paused and I was able to load more filament and continue on.
I have a few random spools with not much on them that I was going to weigh like you said. Most of my printing is done with Jessie filament so I was gonna get an empty tare and use a small kitchen scale to get an estimate. That’s probably the most accurate way.
I have not done a 30 hour print