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September 29 2018

July 08 2018

--eest9 on Twitter

Hope nobody discovers Metalabs classified white board contents.
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February 04 2018

Classic sample application – and still going strong in 2018: Anlumo made this STL for the current Metalab hotplate.

After the very first hype of DIY 3D printing its reasonableness wasn't that evident. But soon models like this were shared and it became evident because apparently everyone was in need of a spare knob for their household appliances.
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December 21 2017

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Naxx donated a frankensteined 3D printer. Thanks to badpractice it is now working and getting an octoprint upgrade.
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November 13 2017

Buzz Wire 💣– by HMW
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October 14 2017

I edited a 3D printer design for fingerpicks and printed it @metalab
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August 01 2017

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Custom 3D-gedruckte Türangeln beim Serverschrank_mit_Stil
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February 24 2017

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--exiledsurfer on Twitter

March 29 2015

--MacLemon on Twitter
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Hackathon day 1 log: Printing a Capybara with our new 3d-printing setup.
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March 10 2015

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Wheel and Tire for our Roomba (thingiverse: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:715943 )
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Our Roomba has a new wheel.
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March 05 2015

--lumbric on Twitter
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February 01 2015

--derreisende on Twitter
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December 22 2014

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The J-Head (aka "Hot End") needs maintenance. Filament is stuck and nothing is extruded.
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The disassembled J-Head. You can see the rest of the filament which didn't come out when the nozzle was heated up and the filament was removed.
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Nozzle is fixed in vice for heating op and melting the clogged PLA. grip only a small corner of the nozzle, the vice is a very good heat sink. Connect the heating element and the thermistor to the electronics and heat the nozzle with printrun.
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The heated PLA expands and comes out the top instead of flowing through the nozzle. This is a clue, that the nozzle is clogged. We cleaned the melting chamber and the nozzle with a piece of 0,3 mm wire.
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Cleaned-out nozzle, threading is sealed with PTFE tape to prevent leaking of molten material.
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