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Sindoh 3DWOX1 - Using Open Source Filaments

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Gabriel : Is it possible to use the auto-load feature with 3rd party filaments?
animalheart : Why my sindo misses that?
manh le phu : What is version you use, sir? Can you show me how to update it?
Weiwei Su : Is it possible to adjust temperature profile for PLA? some brands (like BASF UltraFuse) PLA have slightly different optimum temperature profile.
Dave Darin : Hey Bob. Update on my Sindoh filled drama. I told you, or at least I think I told you, that I had a bunch of issues with the Sindoh DP200 I bought on eBay. Extruder jam, machine rebooting constantly, etc. Well, I tried to return it and the seller would not take it back, probably knew of all the issues, in fact I figured out how to print a log and I sent the seller 2 pages, 9 errors per page = 18 errors. eBay's insurance got my money returned and they let you keep the items. So, I still have my $300 printer that was $200 in shipping, got all the $500 back and spent about 10+ hours in breakdown, repairs, and might have it working. I disassembled the entire extruder, a pain. That seemed to solve the jams, or at least so far. The rebooting. Not sure if I solved this as it was intermittent but when it happened the unit would keep rebooting, you would not even see the "please wait while the unit boots" message. I forget the exact wording but it would reboot before hitting that message. Interesting is that if I removed the removable build plate it would always boot up. I contacted Sindoh and they asked me for a pic of the lower plate that the removable plate sits on, strange request. They looked at the pic and said it looked normal then asked for a video of the rebooting, which I sent. They said it is probably something major needing it to be sent for repair. Since the unit would boot up when I removed the bed I flipped it over and I see a 1/4 wide, 3-4 in long scratch that is deep enough and has removed what ever coating is under the bottom of the plate. Perhaps that is making the bed heat unevenly and the mother board is picking this up, or causing some kind of grounding, etc. So, I put a piece of writing paper cut to the size of the bed and placed it between the bottom plate holder and the removable plate. No reboots YET. I asked Sindoh if they had ever seen this, not response yet. Had a run away print head and a strange 1/4 print shift 2 times, perhaps related to my potential fix of the paper between the plates, not sure as it happened only 2 times and has not happened since. Sindoh did send me the firmware for open source filament.

I found a couple recommendations for you. This is for both open source filament and even Sindoh brand filament loaded in the cassette. It seems important that when unloading either the filament in the cassette or filament on the spool via open source that you feel where the wheels of the extruder grabbed the filament and cut ALL of that away. A couple times I thought I had a near jam because the filament had already been scored by the extruder gears. And this also goes for filament unloaded in the cassette. Cut all that away which is a waste of about 7 inches of filament BUT worth the waste as disabling the extruder, gears etc. was a pain. Also it seems like a great idea to make sure that the initial filament in the load cycle of open source is nice and straight to give a clean and easy load. Once I think I had a bend in the filament, not a kink but a bend and I heard a little trouble with the extruder grabbing. Also, as you say, it seems extremely important to follow the unloading directions when unloading open source filament.

Bed adhesion. On the first layer, I am not getting great adhesion, then when the print is complete the adhesion is almost too good. I blame this on a bed that needs to be replaced. A few small chunks, some scratches and as I mentioned the underneath of the bed has a scratch. So I have ordered a replacement and I might take this one and do your flexible plate experiment.

I am getting some fairly decent prints, not as good as the prints I get from my Dobot MOOZ but fairly decent and very acceptable. And I can't complain as the machine cost me nothing, although time is money and I am about 10-15 hours into man hour labor in fixing and diagnosing the machine. So, that's my update.

3DWOX 2X 포장 제거 (Unpackaging)

3DWOX 2X 포장 제거 (Unpackaging)

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3DWOX 1 노즐 클리닝 툴 사용 방법 (How to use nozzle cleaning tools)

3DWOX 1 노즐 클리닝 툴 사용 방법 (How to use nozzle cleaning tools)

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Miguel Serrano : Buenos días. Tengo que cambiar el sensor de temperatura del nuzzle. Por el momento no puedo comprar un nozzle nuevo. Entonces quiero cambiar el sensor solo pero no se cual es específicamente. Podrían decirme cual usa esta impresora? Les agradecería mucho.
Good Morning. I have to change the nuzzle temperature sensor. At the moment I cannot buy a new nozzle. So I want to change the sensor by myself but I don't know what it is specifically. Could you tell me which one uses this printer? I would really appreciate it.
신도리코 Sindoh : Thanks for your inquiry. Please contact our official 3D Website (https://3dprinter.sindoh.com) to get an technical support on your question.

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