To print high quality (i.e. 2-3″ long and ½” thick) we recommend using a Dremel-style cutting tool. The cutting height, material and precision of the tool is entirely up to you. If you are unfamiliar with the Dremel, we recommend starting with this video.
What size filament should I use?
We recommend that you use ABS/PE filament that is 1.25″ x 1.25″ with a maximum diameter of 1.75″ to avoid any extruding when printing on the E3D v6 model. However, if you aren’t sure, you may try our D-Mount 3D printer that comes with ABS to see if you can print on the same platform, you may check out how easy the print went on the D-Mount version here.
Why doesn’t my filament extrude? What is the problem?
While there is no actual problem with extruder filament if you are printing on a plastic board such as Accel or 3mm Accel, our extruder filament can not extrude past the 1.75″ mark at all. This is a common problem when trying to print large items such as complex items such as walls, tables, shelves, bookcases, etc. This has to do with the fact that the Dremel head can only make such a short cut. In this case you’ll need to use larger plastic such as Accel, 3.7mm Accel or even thicker D-Mount filament.
My extruder can only make 3/16″-1/8″ or 1.5mm, can you help?!?!
Unfortunately, the only way to solve this problem is by modifying the D-Mount printer in such a way that the driver can make larger cuts to extruder plastic. Unfortunately, we aren’t likely to be making a 1.5mm version of our D-Mount 3D printer anytime soon. We need to focus on making the D-Mount extruder more compact before making another 1.5mm extruder in a later version.
Are my prints made any faster with the 3D Printer? Can you make them any smaller?
To answer this in a way that doesn’t seem to give you the wrong impression. While we are capable of making a thinner model in the extruder by adding a 3mm nozzle that we call a “3D Pocket”, it is much more effective to make a thicker extruder. The 3
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