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  • XEMON
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    Looking nice, good job 👍

  • bassninja
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    Second try at the pump handle came out pretty good, except for the tiny layer shift in the middle when I bumped the x-axis belt tensioner like an idiot. Unfortunately the floppiness of the drift kit combined with the XL handle makes it unusable.

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  • BrickHaus
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    Tgats a hell of a print for the first try

  • bassninja
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    Just got my Ender 3 V2, first printer. Bought a bundle with filament, but the filament hasn't been shipped yet.
    Started printing a pump handle for my drift kit but the included filament sample was only enough to print half of it.

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  • XEMON
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    I got a clone one ... The original are a bit out of my price range ...
    Waiting for a mosquito clone ...

  • BrickHaus
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    I run 3.5mm retraction now. And it does leave strings, but they arent too bad. I want ti get a micro swiss hot end eventually, buuut baby steps.

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  • XEMON
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    Well ... If i retract the recommended 6mm the filament get stuck into the heat break ...
    When i swapped to the HeroMe, i replaced the main fan with a 40X40X20 and a titanium heat break ...

    3mm to 2.5mm retraction works great ...

    I f i didn't hate water-cooled system so much, i would probably give a go to water-cooled hot end ...

  • BrickHaus
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    Im not sure how bad the creep is. That cup holder looks pretty nice, printed at 225 nozzel temp, i checked the cold end with my finger mid print, and its slightly warm, but cooler to the touch. Id have to pull my filament after a print to see how creep is. I did have a nozzel jam last night, but it was my last creality branded nozzel, and swapping it gave me a night and day better print.

    Edit: unless ya have any tips for identifying heat creep. I do have an IR gun I could check it with.

  • XEMON
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    Looking nice, definitely a bit lighter than mine ...
    I took the time to upgrade to a 40X40X20 horned fan ... I still get heat creep in the hot days ...

  • BrickHaus
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    Light up fan seems to be at an equivelant to the stock fan, but it is quieter. I got 4 of them for 15 bucks or so shipped, so even if I get a junker they should be of a good value. Let me run it for some time and Ill let ya know how they last.

  • XEMON
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    Sounds good, i was concerned about the TC too but it works perfectly.
    I hate plugs for small stuff ... I needed to add a fan the other day and just zip tied it to the carriage and hocked it up in parallel to the hot end cooling fan, works for me ...
    Didnt thought about mining plugs around to fit.

    PS: Your lightup fan looks cool, how does it work?

  • BrickHaus
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    Making a cup holder reducer for my wifea car and her Yerbae cans.

    Also Xemon, here is my plug assemblies.

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  • BrickHaus
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    Yeah, I was fixong to to a board much like yours, but my co worker explained it was a bad idea as you can have issues with thermocouple readinds when you run them through a board. So he said, "You are stuck with the TC wires straight through, why make a breakout for the rest?"

    Seems to work for you, but being I still dont get great prints as it is, I didnt wanna add to it. Lol.

    That being said, we split a plug kit, so standard fans can simply be plugged in. I did a single male for the cold end fan, and single male for the part cooling. Then i cut up the wires from a cpu cooler I upgraded, and made a y harness that is single female to duap male plugs for swapping between single or dual fan sey ups.

    Not as easy as your BO board, but rairly easy to swap fans now.

  • XEMON
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    A y harness is a good idea 👍
    I made a breakout board and bolted it to the carriage ... I was tired of pulling cables all the way through ... 😅

  • BrickHaus
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    I was having issues with a clogged nozzle and ended up snapping the tip of my left hood off when taking the tubing out of the cold end. I think when I re print, Im going to go single 5020 fan hood so I can see whats going on a bit better. And or work on the hot end easier.

    That being said, glad I made a Y harnessfor my set up, so I was able to simply unplug the left fan, and run one fan and keep trying to print.
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