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I needed some high temp filament that would stand up to 3DXtech ezPCCF and that didn't cost $173/kg. I've done quite a bit of testing to find something like this. Some of the other PC blands didn't even beat ABS for heat resistance! But this is it, no need to look anymore!
Be sure to have a hot chamber (55°-65°c)
This filament is great for printer parts that are near a lot of heat (CW2 backplate, TAP, hotend mounds etc) or would be great for car parts as well
All of the components in this kit were very high quality, which made building this printer a joy.
The kit includes a few great quality of life mods, most notably the Kirigami bed and the Picobiblical toolhead / frame pcb mod.
The LDO supplementary print and wiring guides were well documented and easy to follow. The print guide in particular includes pre arranged slicer plates that include all the parts needed for the printer and mods. This makes figuring out which parts to print WAY easier.
If you don't use these prearranged plates, make sure to print the no-drop nut mod, which makes aligning the M3 nuts in the extrusions way less fiddly.
The fulfilment side of things from Dremc was great. Very quick delivery and I was pleasantly surprised by like 5 packets of gummy bears when opening the box.
Great filament ! Prints like a dream on both my X1C and Voron 2.4, and colour selection is awesome, for this price you absolutely can't go wrong straight out of the box prints perfectly fine no drying nothing, plus with the included slicer profiles from DREMC you're off to the races as soon as package arrives very little tuning required if any, highly recommend his stuff !
These are great fans can't be used at 100% for my purposes as they will cool the bed over the ac heat bed
This hotend melts plastic very consistently and reliably.
The easy nozzle changing is a game changer.
The only real drawback is the price of the nozzles. You do seem to get what you pay for, as the nozzles seem very high quality.
Make sure you have a plan for mounting before buying the micro specifically.
The nozzle sits higher on the micro than others, so make sure your fan shroud / ABL probe don’t sit lower than it once mounted.
I’d suggest looking into the Revo v6, Revo Voron and Revo CR if you’re worried.
This filament prints beautifully couldn't be happier with the results highly recommended product will definitely be using alot more of it
The idea to help reduce issue 6 on FDM prints is nicely executed by BMG. The product is well made and fits nicely onto the CW2. After adjusting the filament for grip and extruder motor for backlash, the CW2 was used to test out ABS filament. The results are that issue 6 still exists but it is reduced to a satisfactory level. For harder filaments (i.e. with additives like CF), a tighter grip is necessary. Have not tried with TPU (yet). Overall, a very good product and am happy with it.
I bought two of the KUSBA ADXL345/USB chips from DREMC and two of the FLY ADXL345/USB chips off eBay (for around AUD$14).
I have found after a lot of experimentation that the eBay ones have much higher noise levels (more than 1 magnitude in places) than the KUSBAs.
This creates incorrect input shaper curves and model suggestions as the noise levels significantly change the curves, even though the devices are all mounted exactly the same.
So I'll only be using the KUSBA's from now on, the FLY ebay ones can go in the bin.
My noise data with the four ADXL345 devices (two of each type) all sitting on a cushioned chair with no vibration in the same location same USB cable / printer / etc.
With FLY ADXL345 #1
19:00:16 Axes noise for xy-axis accelerometer: 178.263298 (x), 205.658301 (y), 280.819720 (z)
With FLY ADXL345 #2
19:03:00 Axes noise for xy-axis accelerometer: 241.340118 (x), 213.820784 (y), 304.419315 (z)
With KUSBA ADXL345 #1
19:12:54 Axes noise for xy-axis accelerometer: 13.054761 (x), 14.736463 (y), 20.593442 (z)
With KUSBA ADXL345 #2
19:15:36 Axes noise for xy-axis accelerometer: 16.949330 (x), 19.726780 (y), 29.954188 (z)
Replaced the knockoff BMG that came in my Voron kit and solved the cyclic issues I was having with filament grip immediately.
Best seller ever.i say it everytime but it's true
I ordered this to work with TPU, at the time of writing I am yet to load it up with TPU as I'm enjoying it's ability to power through with PLA filament I'm throwing at it.
Installation was easy and the only thing I had to be careful with was the stock temperature sensor as it isn't great when in original condition, the screw holding it can be touchy and break the wire internally.
The new direct drive setup went on without a hitch.
I’ve installed this to help stop my Z rod from dropping when power down my ender 3.
Easy to install, I hope it continues to be a great fix- so far, so good.
I brought 2 as I have dual Z rods, but aftermarket kit has bigger coupling hold screws, so now I have a spare set.
Printing on a ender 3 with a copperhead and printed direct drive mount on tool steel 0.4 nozzle seems to like 245 c and 100 on the bed on my klipperised machine
Have pushed as far as 130mm/s at 4K accelerations so far at 0.2 and 0.28 later heights and performed pretty okay, my fan duct on the other hand didn’t perform well in some places so there was a few areas that didn’t turn out well for my test prints
Defiantly great material and a great price point I was printing with some really cheap asa before hand and used my existing profile from that material with great success now I will improve the ducting on this machine and do some more testing soon
Been using Magigoo for a little over a year and it works perfectly on everything I've thrown at it.
Absolute bargain for the price. Had very minimal stringing and printed perfectly on my 2.4 every time. Couldn't recommend DREMC highly enough on all my orders to date