On Friday, October 19, 2012 12:55:49 AM UTC-4, Barry Schuler wrote:
> ToM and Replicator1. Also have a 3D Touch and a couple of various
> RepRaps. My early impression is MB has made a real leap here, but I have
> not yet done my torture test prints yet.
> The system is extremely clean, no cables flopping around. The electronics
> are contained in a tray at the bottom which appears to be easily opened. I
> have not had time to check yet.
> It will be interesting to do a shoot out between Rep2 and the 3D Touch,
> which is 3D Systems Pro-sumer machine. It is big, very mechanically solid
> and quiet BUT doggedly slow. I think Rep2 just made it a boat anchor.
> On Thursday, October 18, 2012 9:10:56 AM UTC-7, JohnA. wrote:
>> How long did the stretchlet take?
>> On Thursday, October 18, 2012 11:13:53 AM UTC-4, Barry Schuler wrote:
>>> For those asking, I ordered the instant it became available. I think it
>>> is in the first 25 shipped. I have been very frustrated because I have had
>>> to travel these past two days and haven't had much time to print. However
>>> I did set it up. It took 10 minutes and was flawless. No more leveling
>>> headaches. The three point system is very tight and it leveled easily.
>>> The bolts are not likely to vibrate loose in this design.
>>> I printed the four four models included on the SD card, which include
>>> the Stretchlet, and nut and bolt. The machine is very fast, smooth and
>>> quiet. The frame is solid. all of the models printed in half the time that
>>> is quoted in the manual so Nut and Bolt suggested as a 55 minute print, was
>>> done in 21.
>>> I have not been able to dive into MalreWare yet and print all of my
>>> calibration and test models. That is next. But here are a couple of
>>> On Tuesday, October 16, 2012 8:30:06 PM UTC-7, Barry Schuler wrote:
>>>> I guess it will be a late night...