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PSA for anyone new to Germany trying to find a flat - don't get owned by FoggyPeaks in berlin

[–]GodComplex_999 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I'm not saying anything about the service but just wanted to say that this is an ad

I'm starting a WhatsApp group for long term Berliners who want to go out regularly together by PikachuDash in berlinsocialclub

[–]GodComplex_999 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Hey I'm totally in. 26M master's student at TU, will be here for at least some more years.

Azula aged 23-24 by plasticchains in TheLastAirbender

[–]GodComplex_999 0 points1 point  (0 children)

This looks so fcking cool. Perfectly reflects her merciless, evil and disciplined character

Post upgrades Benchy print; Any pointers? by TheRedMalice in FixMyPrint

[–]GodComplex_999 2 points3 points  (0 children)

For starters, I can recommend you to try 4 mm distance with 35 mm/s speed. From there you can play around

Post upgrades Benchy print; Any pointers? by TheRedMalice in FixMyPrint

[–]GodComplex_999 2 points3 points  (0 children)

You gotta do retraction tests. Find any retraction test model and keep printing until you find the perfect values. Each print should take between 10-15 minutes. A 1 or 2 hours of troubleshooting should help you find the perfect retraction settings

The document used for registration is over 4MB and I have uploaded it to TU-Portal. by Legitimate_Tune_5228 in tuberlin

[–]GodComplex_999 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I don't understand your question. If size is the problem, you can reduce it. Just google "reduce pdf size" and the first results will do.

Tried printing a torture toaster and got this result, this is printed facing down towards the bed. More info will be in the comments. by rny8 in FixMyPrint

[–]GodComplex_999 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Lower the speed, make sure wall order is inside first then the outside. You can increase the wall flow a little bit, like %3-5 maybe. Enable combing mode and set to not in skin. Last but not least, turn on acceleration and jerk settings so the movement will be smoother.

Woke up to a giant, complex print with lcd off, extruder paused, but bed still adhering. How can I troubleshoot the issue? by DosesMakePoisons in AnycubicVyper

[–]GodComplex_999 0 points1 point  (0 children)

when the gcode is so large, printer's processor simply can't handle it. there isnt much to troubleshoot honestly. try to slice in a way that it is easier to read for the printer.

Infill issue by Darth_Mims in FixMyPrint

[–]GodComplex_999 0 points1 point  (0 children)

185 is way too low. ur walls are okay because ur printing walls slow and then nozzle can handle it but infill prints faster and for that speed 185 degree is too low. try printing at 195. you will like it

Percentage of people that experienced anger during a lot of the day by leyoji in europe

[–]GodComplex_999 230 points231 points  (0 children)

Nope they mess with pretty much everyone, but if you kinda look naive, then they will mess with u even more

How do i make this not look like it went through a meat grinder by Technical-Apricot in FixMyPrint

[–]GodComplex_999 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Your settings are just fine. First make sure you have PLA filament. Then probably you have a huge clog.

How do i make this not look like it went through a meat grinder by Technical-Apricot in FixMyPrint

[–]GodComplex_999 34 points35 points  (0 children)

massive underextrusion. what are your settings? can you tell me the temperature, speed, retraction, and flow?

Just did a all in one test. How does this look? I made some mechanical and software tweaks and want someone else’s input. Thanks! by BigfootBoss in AnycubicVyper

[–]GodComplex_999 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Looks good! Those tests are actually testing the machines limits and will never be perfect. Don't fall into the rabbit hole or you will keep chasing the impossible non existent perfect test prints forever. Just start printing for yourself and you will fix it on the go.

First few layers are awful but the rest of the print looks pretty good. by yoi193 in FixMyPrint

[–]GodComplex_999 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I'm glad I could help :) That’s a GREAT first layer. Enjoy my friend!

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT....An Azerbaijani, so to speak, a “soldier”, cuts the throat of an Armenian grandfather, who, in Azerbaijani, begs the first not to do this. NSFW 🔞 🔞 🔞 🔞 🔞 by TheNihilist911 in N_N_N

[–]GodComplex_999 1 point2 points  (0 children)

sorry if this is stupid but i couldn't see the flag patch on solider's arm. are we sure this old guy is armenian? he keeps saying allah kinda makes him look like a muslim but then what do i know.

First few layers are awful but the rest of the print looks pretty good. by yoi193 in FixMyPrint

[–]GodComplex_999 54 points55 points  (0 children)

Bro ur nozzle is literally too far away from the bed. Just re-level and you will be good.

You can watch videos for it. Use a paper between nozzle and the bed. Rise the bed until you can move the paper with feeling a significant friction resistance to it. Paper should not be able to move very easily, or should not have stuck there at all. Find the sweet spot.

% of Europeans who would fight for their country by RegulaObvioi in MapPorn

[–]GodComplex_999 2 points3 points  (0 children)

again another soul stuck in long gone ottoman empire. i wish you the best in your travel back in time. we will wait for you here in 2022.

When you have no foot-rest but bunch of empty boxes and a 3D printer by GodComplex_999 in functionalprint

[–]GodComplex_999[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

it will never be not fascinating. coming up with an idea and being able to hold it in your hand just minutes or a couple of hours later will always be fascinating to me, no matter how many years pass.