On Thursday, 25 October 2012 16:59:59 UTC-6, Bartholomew wrote:
> I printed the samples that were on the SD card, which I think are
> high-res. I have't tried to print anything I generated as Hi. The Makerware
> keeps freezing up randomly. Very disappointing.
> On Thursday, October 25, 2012 3:17:37 PM UTC-7, Mark wrote:
>> Have you been able to do any high resolution prints? Mine just sits
>> there at 0% when I tell it to print at high resolution.
>> On Thursday, October 25, 2012 9:24:07 AM UTC-7, Bartholomew wrote:
>>> I received my Rep 2 on Tuesday, and have spent several hours working
>>> with it so far. My first impressions:
>>> Rep 2:
>>> Beautiful, quiet, seems well put together.
>>> Functions extremely well with only a couple issues.
>>> -- keeps telling me one of its heaters is unplugged at end of print.
>>> -- Curl up is a problem, even with painter tape and aquanet
>>> Printing out the samples on the SD blew my mind with how delicate and
>>> accurate you can make things.
>>> The on-board display and menu work well, although the messages are a bit
>>> Having spent 6 months printing with my my ToM, this is a quantum leap
>>> in capability.
>>> While the ability to pull in multiple models is nice, this sw seems less
>>> capable than ReplicatorG.
>>> Controls are very basic, hopefully later versions will give more
>>> fine-tuning ability.
>>> Loading stl models that work in ReplicatorG sometimes don't load into
>>> Makerware, with no indication of why.
>>> Some models only show up on the plate by saving the file and reopening.
>>> Some models I made in Sketchup, which show up and print fine
>>> in ReplicatorG. don't print with Makerware, or only some parts of the model
>>> Can't switch dimensions from metric to English.
>>> Definitely feels like a beta program.