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    New Voron 2.4 Build

    Honestly I cannot fault the kit in any way. The components were all excellent and the only issues have been caused by the design flaws (front idlers twisting and damaging belts) in the printed parts.
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    New Voron 2.4 Build

    Exclusively Esun ABS+. The Z-Axiz motor mounts are outside the enclosure in the cooled electronics area. I am running 110 bed and 255 hotend. I doubt the motor mounts ever get higher than about 22 degrees celcius.
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    New Voron 2.4 Build

    Got over 300 hours on it now with the PLA+ motor mounts and still haven't had any problem. Got replacements in ABS+ but have no motivation to change them :cry:
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    Rate my prints - How are these?

    Doesn't fix the physical limitation but allows it to have up to 256 steps per 1.8 degree although 16 steps is seen to be the best balance of resolution and holding torque. In reality it is mostly used for smoothing rather than resolution. The best way to improve resolution is with gearing as...
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    Rate my prints - How are these?

    As per everyone else you need a bit of Z-Offset in your slicer or physically adjust your Z-Offset. If you're using superslicer (Pretty much the best and free) run the calibration tests and you can get it dialled in.
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    New Voron 2.4 Build

    Blurolls on AliExpress.
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    New Voron 2.4 Build

    It's fine as it is in the cooled area of the printer (won't get to over 55 degrees unless the house is burning) and will last long enough to print the new ones in ABS+ or ASA+ It also has a much higher tensile strength than ABS. Onto wiring now (with the PLA+ parts installed) Just need to...
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    New Voron 2.4 Build

    Well I don't recommend Blurolls for printed parts, they fell apart before the printer had even been turned on... The Afterburner head has signs of melting during printing and lots more flaws I have found on close inspection. The motor mounts are not only printed with insufficient infill and...
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    New Voron 2.4 Build

    Got them from Blurolls as they were the cheapest for a full kit including skirts etc. Am very happy so far has gone together very well with no issues and the premade loom means I can spend more time on cable management :D
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    New Voron 2.4 Build

    Including printed parts, 350mm build, £937.05 + £76 import taxes.
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    New Voron 2.4 Build

    Got my parts today and they look fairly decent, rails are silky smooth (Vivedino), branded Sunon Fans, Meanwell PSU, Moons Stepper Motors, Omron SSR, BTT Octopus V1.1 (2 ducks) Premade wiring and E3D V6 hotend. Now to get building!
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    Random 3D printing chatter

    very nice, Watercooling reservoir for the printhead?
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    Random 3D printing chatter

    Been tinkering with my Anet A8+ for a while now, upgraded to Pi control with Octaprint, got myself reasonably familiar with Linux and RaspberryPi OS so just ordered all the parts I need to build a Voron 2.4 CoreXY plus all the 3d printed parts I need as I don't rate the Anet for ABS. Pretty...
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    Prints warping help

    I normally go with 70 degrees bed temp for first layer then 60 degrees for the rest of the print. Get yourself a digital infrared thermometer to check the bed temperature.
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    Issue with vertical GPU Mount

    Thanks Guys, I shall just leave it in regular mounting then.
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    Issue with vertical GPU Mount

    Just upgraded my case to a Phanteks P600s and also purchased the Phanteks GPU Vertical Mounting Cable. Fitted it all but when I have my GPU (3080Ti) in the Vertical GPU Cable I get no signal to my monitors but mounted in the Mobo (Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master) it works fine. Nothing is shorted...
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    ClockTuner 2.0 for Ryzen... do YOU have a Golden Sample? Post your results here. :)

    DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 12-Core Processor CPU VID: 1132 CPU TEL: 1082 Max temperature: 56.89° Energy efficient: 4.04 Your CPU is SILVER SAMPLE Recomended CCX delta: 100 Theoretical maximum CCX delta: 125 Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile): Reference voltage: 1175 mV...
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    Can someone explain why the 2080ti is beating the 3080ti in..?

    Performance mode is likely a CPU bottleneck, would prefer to see the benchies in quality mode. There is more to how a game looks and plays than resolution and FPS.
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    ***The Official 5900X \5950X owners thread***

    CPU-Z Benchmark for AMD Ryzen 9 5900X (1T) - CPU-Z VALIDATOR (x86.fr) 1800mhz Uncore/FCLK 3600mhz on the ram (Patriot Viper 4000mhz) Pretty pleased with that!
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    ***The Official 5900X \5950X owners thread***

    Just got mine and it is running nicely but I think my mobo is borked as the ram won't work in dual channel (new Aorus master incoming) AMD Ryzen 9 5900X @ 4348.99 MHz - CPU-Z VALIDATOR (x86.fr) One chiplet is hitting 4.95 ghz stable and the other 4.8ghz stable so good result on the silicon...
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