Joseph

JB
Joseph
@mrjoebruno
Member since

October 2016

5 months 1 week ago - Commented on Creator Pro - Prints are slumped

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Not sure what you mean by slumped. Do you have a picture? Perhaps some didn’t stick to the bed and pulled a bit during printing. Since you’re printing cookie cutters I’m assuming they had thin walls and perhaps using a brim in the slicer will help. 

5 months 2 weeks ago - Commented on Printing with PVA on FFCP

6 months 2 weeks ago - Commented on Customer wants an invoice

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No, my hub is not a registered business. However, I dont understand what it would mean for my to become one and how it relates to customers, invoices, VAT, taxes, etc. Assume I know nothing about this,.

6 months 2 weeks ago - Posted a new Thread

Customer is requesting if I could provide an invoice and has provided some details like their company name, VAT number and billing address.   Can someone explain to me in plain terms what I should do to accommodate? I'm not sure I understand the purpose. If there are taxes involved, how does that affect me or my hub? 

8 months 3 weeks ago - Started following

1 year 1 month ago - Commented on My Flashforge Smells

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Well, I'm glad to hear it's not just me. It's bad enough that we have to be cautious when printing certain filaments that could slowly kill us. We shouldn't have to worry about some mystery Chinese component in the printer itself releasing some unknown toxin. 

1 year 1 month ago - Commented on My Flashforge Smells

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Its brand new. Haven't done anything to it. 

1 year 1 month ago - Posted a new Thread

Its not the filament I'm using as I quite like the smell of PLA being printed. For some reason, when the FFCP is running, it makes the entire house smell like skunk. Thats the best way I can describe it - a skunky type smell. Can't figure out where its coming from. My guess would be the buildplate maybe. Anyone elses smell like that? Can't even smell the PLA. 

1 year 1 month ago - Commented on Nylon in FFCP

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I just recently printing some Inland's branded Nylon from MicroCenter. People say this is really Esun filament that is rebranded. Anyway, I was able to print it successfully. Not sure what the max safe temps are for the FFCP but I printed it at 250c. My part was thin and even with a brim added, it didn't adhere to the print surface so I used some glue stick and also moved the bed a hair closer to the nozzle by adjusting all 3 screws. Print was a success.

1 year 1 month ago - Posted a new Thread

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