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  1. Mankati E180 Noise Canceler

    Version 1.0.0


    This block helps eliminating annoying noise issues, reduces oscillating. Print it with Mankati ABS Black. It is a snug fit, loose the two screws below and put the block between the steel flange and X Axis stepper Motor.
  2. Mankati E180 Top Feeder

    Version 1.0.0

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  3. Issues with mware 1.1.9

    Hi There are a few issues with mware 1.1.9: Bug 1, Steps to reproduce, deleting third party profiles Start mware. Click Settings. In profiles combo box, select manage profiles. Click 'update profile list' -> you'll find that all third party profiles you've added are deleted. Bug 2, Steps to reproduce, changing temps Start mware. Click Settings. In profiles combo box, select a material. click add, you'll have a customized profile now. click manage profile. select the new profile and click 'edit. Set both temperatures, the object print and raft print temperature to 250°C. Click OK. Click Edit again, both fields show 250°C - which is what the user selected. Close all dialogs. Close the program. Open the program again, edit the new profile -> you'll find that mware changed the raft print temperature to 230°C. I do not like that mware changes the temperatures without informing the user. For a third party profile the software have to respect the values the user has set. Thanks, Philipp
  4. Hi My E180 prints white Mankati ABS without any problems. As soon as I try other filaments (ABS-X from dutch filaments, or PET-G from Y&G) I have no success at all. Manual extrusion works fine, after that it stops extruding. I do unload and reload material, re-calibrating the heatbeat, remove the nozzle burn it free - whatever I do it always stops printing. I do experiments with different printing temperatures - from 230 to 290 - no success. After that I found that mware is a bit bitchy. I completely close mware and set the temperature in the cfg file manually. You can set the printing temperature there, but not the raft printing temperature. When you edit the profile in the gui, the software sets the raft print temp 25°C higher as the object printing temp - which I do not want. Anyone has similar issues? Thanks, Philipp