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LCD Controller Updates and Firmware Changes

Posted by John Olafson on

Just a quick post to let everyone know about a new LCD controller that we are shipping with some of our kits as of December (2015).  Our growth over the past year in both sales and our purchasing has led to us having to source multiple suppliers of some of our components that we do not yet manufacture ourselves.  One of these components is the LCD controllers we use on our Rostock MAX v2 kits as well as Orion Delta 3D Printers.   The new/alternate LCD controllers are easily identified by their red PCB boards instead of the white PCB's.  There...

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New Filament Coming Soon

Posted by John Olafson on

With all the requests coming in from users across the globe we're adding NEW materials in our filament selection this month!  We've added two new materials in multiple options available.       We're proud to announce we now will carry Ninja-Flex™ flexible materials in our store for you to enjoy!  With this flexible material, make sure you read up on some of the cool things it can do, but also know that it's slightly more difficult than other materials to print due to it's flexible nature.  Many users on our forum have had great luck printing slower speeds with...

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“Unsolved Mystery. Weird Z0 behavior around the perimeter”

Posted by JJ Johnson on

Here at SeeMeCNC we are constantly working to improve our products and we take notice when our users experience difficulty. This week, we focused our attention on investigating the issues relating to the “Unsolved Mystery. Weird Z0 behavior around the perimeter” discussed on our forum. The issue is not observed by all, it depends on where you position your prints or the overall size the objects printed. Those who experience it most, are makers who print objects close to the perimeter of the build plate. What occurs is that users experience difficulty, typically limited to the first layer, due to...

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Taulman "BRIDGE" filament to bridge the gap between ABS and Nylon 3D Printing

Posted by John Olafson on

Taulman's newest release is named "Bridge" for it's ability to bridge the gap between ABS and Nylon filament for FFF style 3D printing.  Just announced privately about a week ago, we've already received our samples and have been testing it out.  The first thing we noticed is it stays stuck down to a 60-70c bed with a clean application of elmers glue-all or even the purple washable glue sticks!  That's a HUGE improvement over the other Nylon's for sure.  Secondly, it has a silky smooth texture, semi-pliable but really sturdy parts.  Look for it soon in our store, we expect...

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RAMBo V1.2 Static Discharge protection patch fix

Posted by John Olafson on

We would like to start by saying THANKS to the folks at UltiMachine for their amazing support and customer service.  It truly is a measure of how well you do not when when things go right, but when things go wrong.  They excel at any and everything they do, and that's why we're happy to support them and use their electronics in all of our machines. This past few weeks, here at SeeMeCNC HQ we've been receiving random RAMBo V1.2 boards back as defective, and have been stumped at what was causing some of the boards to fail?  They have...

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