15 hour print job for the Gauntlet part of this Raptor Hand by e-NABLE

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(Brandon Cramer) #1

15 hour print job for the Gauntlet part of this Raptor Hand by e-NABLE scaled up to 170%. My Eustathios is super quiet!! I love it. :slight_smile:

I should probably print directly on the glass one of these days.

Still waiting on the X5 mini with the proper screw down connectors. I’m hoping @Roy_Cortes will be sending my X5 mini soon. Once I get it, I can send this other one back. This is one of the last pieces to finish my Eustathios Spider V2 build. The other part is the heated bed and the cable chain for it.

I received my 40 Watt extruder heater this morning. I will have to get it installed after this print job.

(Eric Lien) #2

Glad to see you jump right into ambitious prints! Looks great. Can’t wait to see your reaction once you dial in print settings above 100mm/s. It is really mesmerizing seeing it at high speed (150mm/s and up).

(Brandon Cramer) #3

@Eclsnowman That sounds exciting!!! Although I’m not exactly sure where to start. I do know I need to get this other heater installed though.

I never did hear back from @Roy_Cortes at Panucutt about the voltage for the fan on the X5 Mini. The fan for cooling the PLA isn’t working with it being wired off the X5 Mini, so I have been running without it.

(Eric Lien) #4

The fan runs at whatever your power supply voltage is.

(Brandon Cramer) #5

I installed the 40 watt heater! What a huge difference in how fast it heats up!

I’m not getting any voltage out of the X5 mini for the fan.

Here is what I see in the config file:

Switch module for fan control

switch.fan.enable true #
switch.fan.input_on_command M106 #
switch.fan.input_off_command M107 #
switch.fan.output_pin 2.4 #

I allowed the extruder to heat up to temp and tried to turn the fan on and off but I don’t see any voltage there.

(Eric Lien) #6

Are you using it for part cooling or the hot end heatsink?

(Brandon Cramer) #7

I’m using it for Part cooling. The hot end heatsink fan I have running all the time.

(Eric Lien) #8

So if you send the following command:
M106 S255
You don’t get any output?

(Brandon Cramer) #9

I tried that and nothing. :frowning:

(Eric Lien) #10

Hopefully it will be a non-issue once you have the new board. You should probably mention the issue to Roy so he can diagnose the problem when he gets the board back.

(Brandon Cramer) #11

He said he was going to send me a new board. That was probably a month ago now. I’m not sure at this point if he is. Roy hasn’t responded to my emails.

(Eric Lien) #12

@bcrazycramer he just finished moving into a new shop. So he has been really busy. But I just spoke with him today via email. Try him again, he is a great guy.

One question, did you order the screw terminal version, or did you order the standard plug version by mistake. That would really determine if you should send yours back first on your dime, or if the mistake was on his side.

(Brandon Cramer) #13

Roy verified that I did order the correct version. I will send him an email. I’m just glad I didn’t send my other one back yet. I can’t live without my printer.