Justin

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Justin
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5 months 1 week ago - Commented on New to forum and 3d printing

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Nevermind I found the part, it's what the nozzle screws into :D

5 months 1 week ago - Commented on New to forum and 3d printing

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Can you link me the part that clogs and liner that melts?

5 months 1 week ago - Commented on New to forum and 3d printing

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No no, run on all you can, i appreciate the advise :D

5 months 1 week ago - Commented on New to forum and 3d printing

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The 40mm fan upgrade is that for the extruder?

5 months 1 week ago - Commented on New to forum and 3d printing

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Haha, right on and thanks! I'm in Canada but I'm sure I can find the glass. I also found many "things to do" from some guy off youtube, he has 9 videos of things to do! But I look forward to doing mods. Just hope it doesn't void warranty. Can't wait to tinker, I also build Gundam models and my dad likes to dress up decor boxes. This will be awesome for that!

5 months 1 week ago - Commented on New to forum and 3d printing

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Ok I joined the mp mini user group over 8k members *must be the one lol*. Just waiting on approval. So I called my pops and I just ordered the mini select and a roll of white pla filament. I really appreciate the input. Can't wait to mod and print stuff!

5 months 1 week ago - Commented on New to forum and 3d printing

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Ok, good to know, just like the bigger plate size. He's having issues printing ABS and I found some info for him as the first layer or two eventually warp up as the bed isn't as hot. I see the specs say the hottest is goes is 60C but we got his to 70C but ABS needs around 85C. I saw a video this guys mini took 15 mins to reach that. Could you also cover the printer in a box or say use a hair dryer to assist the bed to reach 85C? Just curious. I appreciate your input and was starting to thing the maker select v2 might not be good for a starter as you need to reinforce it's Z axis by making those pillar like printers and long bolts so it's stiffer..

5 months 1 week ago - Posted a new Thread

Hi there. My father and i are looking at getting a 3d printer. My friend got the monoprice mini printer and told me good things about monoprice. After some googling it seems to be excellent for hobby and 3d printer noobs. My dad are looking at the maker select v2 or maybe the select plus.