identical at room temp, they're both correct. Should I back the temp
> How would I know if I have the correct values? I'm using the modular
> thermistor kit and have the recommended values for the normal makerbot
> On Jun 5, 4:35 pm, Rick Pollack <r...@makergear.com> wrote:
> > When I encounter kinking it generally means that it is running too hot. Make
> > sure your heatcore is tight against your nozzle and getting good thermal
> > contact and that you have the correct thermistor values.
> > On Sat, Jun 5, 2010 at 3:58 PM, Refractix <refrac...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > My extruded plastic is doing something quite strange that I can't
> > > quite figure out...
> > > Once the extrusion is started all seems well but it slowly begins to
> > > "kink" more and more.
> > > Here's a video because I can't quite explain it that well.
> > >http://www.flickr.com/photos/refractix/4672618392/in/set-721576242100...
> > > My temperature is set at 220c and I'm using a Makergear Heatercore.
> > > What in the world could be causing this?
> > > And one more question.
> > > I've been having trouble with an overheating mosfet when using my
> > > heated build platform (like many people have).
> > > I cut a piece of the heat sink off a video chip and stuck it onto the
> > > mosfet with a bit of thermal paste and it seems to be working, though
> > > it still gets pretty toasty.
> > > If i were to take the relay route which relay would i need to get? If
> > > someone could point me in the correct direction that would be great.
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