2 in 1 out dual extrusion

update 2017/06/13: Added scripts for Cura: In Cura add a new printer with 2 extruders and in Machine Settings set gcodes as follows: cura_printer_start_script_T0_first.gcode – contains code that primes extruder #0 for “Start gcode” field cura_printer_start_script_T1_first.gcode – contains code that primes extruder #1 for “Start gcode” field cura_printer_end_script.gcode – “End gcode” field cura_extruder_start_script.gcode – “Extruder start gcode” field for both extruders …

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Xyzware Tutorial Orientation Object Video 1

Hey there welcome to XYZ 3d printing the place where questions can be asked and answered hopefully by myself or other members. Recently I’ve been asked a few questions from our Facebook group and one of the questions was how to change the orientation of an STL file? Well I know it sounds pretty easy …

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3d Printer DIY filament runout sensor Steps

  Open marlin and go to Configuration_adv.h TAB Ctrl F, search for “m600”, Titled “Advanced pause” uncomment “//#define ADVANCED_PAUSE_FEATURE” to comment or uncomment place curser on the line right click mouse button scroll down toggle comment/uncomment. Scroll down a little and change “FILAMENT_CHANGE_UNLOAD_LENGTH” from 100 to match the length of your bowden tube eg 800 …

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Cutting large stl files to fit on your 3d printer using Meshmixer Tutorial Video 6

Hey there welcome back to XYZ 3d printing tutorials. Today we’re going to discuss cutting an STL file that’s too large to print on your printer. We’re going to do this by using a program called mesh mixer. So go into your favourite browser type in, mesh mixer, let it download, select your operating system …

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