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  1. Mankati mWare 1.1.9_Windows

    Version 1.1.9

    10 downloads

    This is the latest mWare slicing software. We added more slicing settings in the "Print Settings" interface, which will gives much more freedom when using 3rd materials. Note: You need to register and log in before downloading.
  2. Notes for mNylon filament

    Material Storage mNylon 66 and mNylon 66 Reinforced material are easy to moisture regain in storage and in printing process. Damp nylon 66 filament will cause rough surface and stringing problems like below: To avoid that, you need to carefully store and place the material, these are some methods for you. Put the nylon filament in a sealed box in printing process. Option 1: Polymaker PolyBox PolyBox is an ideal solution for storing the nylon filament in a proper humidity, it is composed of two parts: a base with hygrothermograph and desiccant storage area, and a cover with tube in and out holes. It is easy to put the desiccant under the filament spool. The PolyBox is capable of storing two spools under 1kg or a 3kg spool. If store two spools under 1kg, a PolyBox can supply two 3D printer at the same time. Buy PolyBox here. Option 2: DIY with a preservation box We made a DIY guide for this, to know that, please click here. Use the right bags. If you need to store the nylon filament in plastic bags, please note that: 1. Check the bag is sealed or not, see if there are small holes on it. 2. Nylon bags are not suitable for storing nylon materials due to its water permeable feature. It is highly recommended to store the nylon filament in a sealed preservation box. Notes: 1. mNylon 66 and mNylon 66 Reinforced filament should be stored under humidity 20% If the inner humidity cannot lower down to 20% in 5-6 hours, it means you need to replace the desiccant asap. 2. Slightly dampened filament can be dried in the sealed dry box, but it will need more time of course. Support Structure Mankati mNylon filaments are all super layer bonding materials which means great isotropy. In the meantime, it is a bad news for support structure, the support structure will be hard to be removed. So we suggest customers reduce the need of support structure at the design stage.
  3. Hi, we notice that some customers would like to print a test model before purchasing, if you are in USA or Canada, we would suggest you print via Mankati dealer HomeWorks3D in USA who have a hub on 3D Hubs, they will help you much about knowing more about Manakti E180 3D printer. Click here to enter HomeWorks3D's hub (https://www.3dhubs.com/service/HomeWorks3D)
  4. Updates on the software

    Hi, Azhar The mWare V1.1.8 will release in about 2 weeks, below are some new features: 1. Increase 3 print speed options, there will have 6 speed options available, E180 will be faster. 2. Increase nozzle diameter option, users can choose to print with different diameters: 0.4, 0.5 0.6 3. Optimized material profiles. 4. Optimized slice speed. 5. Some bugs fixed.
  5. 0.05 mm works for small objects printing, and require some techniques. To print at 0.05 mm layer height, below are my suggestions: 1. Print at a low speed about 25 mm/s; 2. Set a higher nozzle temperature at about 220 for PLA; 3. Re-level the build platform, and decrease the nozzle height to about 0.1 mm (even smaller number, it is hard to judge the height, um...); 4. A 0.3 mm nozzle helps. It is not easy to successfully print at 0.05 mm, and the performance is not much better than 0.1 mm resolution prints.
  6. 3D printed plane!!!

    Hi, KingKongGourd, Thanks for sharing your amazing works here again! We have shared your two works on our facebook page, and people love them! Could you please share your stl files with us?
  7. 3D Printing M200 Sniper Rifle By Desktop Printer

    Put a lens in the gun sight, it will looks more like a real one!
  8. Mankati User Forum Reopened

    This is a good chance to update the forum, we can now provide better service and a better communication place. Welcome back new Mankati community!
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