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staticlinerich
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Finally. Success with the Makers Muse tolerance test print

Tried to print this successfully many times on my other printers. I could never get it down to the .15 properly. I came close a few times but never a first print success and with PETG, not PLA. The model can be found here along with all his other great test prints. An explanation of how it's supposed to work and what it's testing can be found here.

Posted : 07/12/2021 5:56 pm
jsw
 jsw
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RE: Finally. Success with the Makers Muse tolerance test print

That is very similar to the one I printed right after I got the printer.

The model came from our local makerspace and I was familiar with how it looked, felt, and worked when printed on the various machines there.

The one below, printed on my newly-assembled MK3s with the 'sample' silver-gray filament, was much cleaner and smoother than the one printed on the Taz-5, which at the time cost about twice as much as the Prusa.

It was almost as clean as the one done on the Uprint, which cost well into 5 figures, but the Uprint used its own proprietary ABS so it was not an apples-to-apples comparison.

Posted : 07/12/2021 7:52 pm
staticlinerich
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Topic starter answered:
RE: Finally. Success with the Makers Muse tolerance test print

I was able to print all the Makers Muse torture tests, the Toaster and other test models with no issues. I CAN NOT say that about the Enders and Anycubic printers sliced with Cura.. Had to work way to hard to get those pretty close to workable. I just want to slice, print, success. I don't want to spend my life tinkering and upgrading.

Posted : 15/01/2022 11:09 pm
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Kurmit
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RE: Finally. Success with the Makers Muse tolerance test print

I have to agree with you when I want to just print and remove I Hate having to screw around with settings and hardware I'm OK with the occasional upgrade and general maintenance of course of course but I don't want the majority of my time spent tinkering that's why I bought a prusa mk3s+ I've had it for about 2 weeks and have had to do a little bit of tinkering a few things that I should have done when I was assembling it like clean and grease the bearings

Posted : 21/01/2022 4:48 pm
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