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    The noise level is important to me. The current...

    The noise level is important to me. The current motion system is almost dead-silent (a bit more noisy when in standby), the extruder is more noisy when retracting, but not too bad. Most annoying (and...
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    I printed this fanshroad as it is the easiest one...

    I printed this fanshroad as it is the easiest one to mount on the printer (it is the default one), I have a suitable fan and I needed a part cooler. For sure the print cooling part will be upgraded...
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    On Monday I installed and calibrated the Titan...

    On Monday I installed and calibrated the Titan extruder. But it was too late to do anything else (I tried to jerryrig a fanmount but that did not work). On Tuesday, I recalibrated the Z-probe offset...
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    FWIW,my printbed is a heated (800W heater)...

    FWIW,my printbed is a heated (800W heater) Anycubic Ultrabase; the photos were not made on the printbed but after removing it. For sure the cooling is an issue, I just did not expect it to be such an...
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    All the details on the Benchy-object are here:...

    All the details on the Benchy-object are here: http://www.3dbenchy.com/about/ . Overall length should be 6cm

    Most likely my problem is a combined one: overextrusion and lack of cooling fan. I...
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    This is a view from the front side: 6439 The...

    This is a view from the front side:
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    The platform on the bottom is a setting of the slicer to increase adhesion to the bed, but it is not really necessary for the bed I have (forgot to switch...
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    It was a first print of Benchy, a typical...

    It was a first print of Benchy, a typical reference print. The print failed due to an extruder problem.

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    On the back, there is a hint of good quality (smooth corner, outline of the hole is...
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    Just to get back to this: I made a first print...

    Just to get back to this: I made a first print yesterday!
    Well... not much of a print, but rather a somewhat shapely blob...

    At least the movement is working very nicely, amazing to realize that...
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    Well, there are many articles on the issues with...

    Well, there are many articles on the issues with an active PFC power supply and normal UPS, a quick google:...
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    I was looking at Eaton, but the ECO range does...

    I was looking at Eaton, but the ECO range does not output a pure sinewave and may have issues with an active PFC PSU... The Eaton Ellipse Pro range should be fine, but many reviews claim they are...
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    More and more thinking about those passive...

    More and more thinking about those passive Powerwalker models... I am thinking of getting the 500VA model to protect switch and other light stuff (it is quite a cheap ups), and see what type of...
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    I don't care too much about the time, but I do...

    I don't care too much about the time, but I do have to take into account the maximum load I can put on the UPS. This model has a maximum load of 900 W, but if you want the fan to switch off, you...
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    I'm thinking of going with this one:...

    I'm thinking of going with this one:
    https://powerwalker.com/?page=product&item=10120027&lang=en

    I like the form factor (would be ideal for me to position this size). At max noise of 45 db, it is...
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    Yep, also have mine still !

    Yep, also have mine still !
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    Hope you liked Ghent a bit... Probably in the...

    Hope you liked Ghent a bit... Probably in the middle of Gentse Feesten, so that may make it a bit more difficult to have a quiet visit. Don't forget to try cuberdons and (Geraardbergse)...
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    I had an MGE Pulsar with dead batteries, but we...

    I had an MGE Pulsar with dead batteries, but we threw it out... :rolleyes: But that one was loud... all the time...

    CyberPower seems to have some silent ones, but reviews are all over the place....
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    I meant to write UPS, not PSU... :ermm: ...

    I meant to write UPS, not PSU... :ermm:


    Problem is that with APC you have to go to the more expensive range to get a sine-wave output: the Back-UPS Pro range has a stepped approximation. You...
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    Nice to hear! Sorry about the car but good that...

    Nice to hear! Sorry about the car but good that you managed to sort it out.


    On Thursday renovations: the will bring in new cabling for intercom, TV and internet. Luckily we don't need new...
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    Looking for a UPS...

    Hello,

    I'm looking for a UPS, as I suspect some issues with my electricity supply (it may be connected to renovation works in the building, but it may also be connected to the dimming of led...
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    Been a while...

    since I popped in...

    How is it going here? :)
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    Interacting on social media is highly rated...

    Interacting on social media is highly rated nowadays for company visibility and popularity... Perhaps if you argue it that way, Microsoft may support it? ;)

    On topic: I noticed I don't have a free...
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    Thanks for the info! Yes, I'm using Linux...

    Thanks for the info!
    Yes, I'm using Linux containers in Docker.

    My biggest problem was that udp packages from the host not visible on the physical network, and I had no idea how to change this. I...
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    I'm a bit stuck with having to use Hyper-V, as I...

    I'm a bit stuck with having to use Hyper-V, as I want to use Docker: Docker runs in Hyper-V. In addition, I want to run a Loxberry; a small home automation thing for Raspberry, which also is provided...
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    Just for the fun of it, I decided to plug in the...

    Just for the fun of it, I decided to plug in the 3C905 pci card. Windows 10 did not recognize it, but apparently has the driver (...
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    Hey, I had a NIC lying around! A PCI 3com 10mbit...

    Hey, I had a NIC lying around! A PCI 3com 10mbit triple interface (utp, coax and aui) :rolleyes: At least it is 100 mbit on the utp... :classic:
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