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   * [[hyrel:VOL-25]] - For heated emulsifiables   * [[hyrel:VOL-25]] - For heated emulsifiables
   * [[hyrel:MK1-250]] - for plastic filament   * [[hyrel:MK1-250]] - for plastic filament
 +  * [[hyrel:Luer-tips]] - needles for the Emo-25 head
  
  
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     * ''2.0'': better, but first layer still tears off build plate.     * ''2.0'': better, but first layer still tears off build plate.
     * ''2.5'': good first layer, but all consecutive layers were way too wide.     * ''2.5'': good first layer, but all consecutive layers were way too wide.
-    * --> **Definitive influence**+    * --> **Yes, this has a definitive influence**
   * A thicker first layer height (Slic3r print profile)   * A thicker first layer height (Slic3r print profile)
     * Up till now all layer heights were the same. Maybe increasing the first layer could help with the adhesion.     * Up till now all layer heights were the same. Maybe increasing the first layer could help with the adhesion.
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     * --> First layer failed. All consecutive layers failed too.      * --> First layer failed. All consecutive layers failed too. 
     * This was not a test of finding out influence. This is purely Slic3r-profile driven.      * This was not a test of finding out influence. This is purely Slic3r-profile driven. 
-    * <wrap hi>Do this test again</wrap>+    * <wrap hi>Do this test again, with a more subtle setting.</wrap>
   * Could it be temperature?   * Could it be temperature?
     * Environment temperature:The lab is very cold now, making the plasticine way less viscous. Try printing again when it's warmer     * Environment temperature:The lab is very cold now, making the plasticine way less viscous. Try printing again when it's warmer
 +    * --> **Yes, A room temperature of ''±20°C'' makes plasticine print. It under extrudes when colder.**
   * Slower speed helps (no tearing), but lines are a little crumbly at ''1.5w, 0.5z, 5f 0pct''?   * Slower speed helps (no tearing), but lines are a little crumbly at ''1.5w, 0.5z, 5f 0pct''?
 +  * Material Flow Rate Multiplier (in the Head-control section). Adjustments are sent to print head when pressing enter, or when clicking outside the number box (setting the cursor in another number box). This setting is thus live and overrides the Slic3r material flow parameter.
 +  * Head Control - Nozzle size overrides the nozzle size set in Slic3r. 
  
  
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 Future tests Future tests
   * Do a visual test (video recording?) with lines on paper to see if the printer really moves 8mm/s. I have a feeling the printer moves faster than the first successful print.   * Do a visual test (video recording?) with lines on paper to see if the printer really moves 8mm/s. I have a feeling the printer moves faster than the first successful print.
-  Try printing again when it'warmer in the lab+    5mm/or 8mm/s is not a problem when material is at room temperature (when the lab is not cold)
   * Try printing again with a heated bed (20°   * Try printing again with a heated bed (20°
-  * Unrelated to this problem: I should try out more agressive prime and unprime settings. (Definite influence). +  * Unrelated to this problem: I should try out more aggressive prime and unprime settings. (Definite influence). 
-  * Live ''Head-control'' --> ''Material Flow Rate Multiplier'' adjustments+ 
 + 
 + 
 +==== Issues ==== 
 +  * Printer sometimes doesn't wait until desired temperature is reached. 
 +  * After stopping the print (Kill function), **reset Z-zero** 
 +  * It seems that Repetrel doesn't do accelerations? Why is that? 
 + 
 + 
 + 
 +==== Random knowledge ==== 
 +  * ''M756'': S[layer thickness in mm] for flow calculation 
 +  * ''M221'': sets flow rate 
 +  * ''M104'': print temperature 
 +  * Davo 01/10/2015 
 +    * **Reset**: will reboot the 407 motion controller 
 +    * **Aux**: will toggle a relay, which can be used to allow or deny power to an auxiliary item like an air filter or heater 
 +    * **Respond**: was intended to be used to resume after a pause, but I don't know if it's enabled yet 
 +  * If you hear tics in a regular or random pattern, chances are you're printing with 'Spiral mode' selected. The tics are generated by the the Z-axis motor.
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