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The Bean is ALIVE!
#1
Hi All,

I had been dragging my feet getting my Kudo3D Bean set up. Lots of issues to solve, and I didn't really have a project to help drive me to get things going.

Well, this evening, my son grabbed the printer, got it set up, and started a print! Smile

So, that's happening Smile. The print is supposed to be the Rook with the internal staircase and helix. It's supposed to take 6 hours. Not the fastest machine ever...

Right now, it's not done enough that I  can even see if there is anything materializing under the build plate. But if there is something, I will post a picture of it tomorrow.

Anticipation... Smile

Stan
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(2019-06-18, 11:32 PM)MisterAcoustic Wrote: Hi All,

I had been dragging my feet getting my Kudo3D Bean set up. Lots of issues to solve, and I didn't really have a project to help drive me to get things going.

Well, this evening, my son grabbed the printer, got it set up, and started a print! Smile

So, that's happening Smile. The print is supposed to be the Rook with the internal staircase and helix. It's supposed to take 6 hours. Not the fastest machine ever...

Right now, it's not done enough that I  can even see if there is anything materializing under the build plate. But if there is something, I will post a picture of it tomorrow.

Anticipation... Smile

Stan

Sorry, didn't get the pic posted yet. It came out fantastic. We are very pleased.

More when possible.

Stan
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#3
Hi All,

Well, here is the very first result from the Kudo3d Bean. I couldn't have asked for a better first print. I'm sorry that I can only post pictures - I've seen a lot of pictures of resin printer output, but being able to hold the result in your hand and examine it closely gives a far different experience. It really is quite impressive.

Any suggestions for what we should print next? Smile

Stan

EDIT: The forum is ignoring my attachments at the moment... trying to fix. One moment please...
EDIT2: Gack, my images are just above the allowed upload size, which I can't increase without also changing php settings, which I can't do in my hosting provider's UI. It's too late in the day for this nonsense. Resizing the images... One (more) moment please...
EDIT3: Hoping the images are there now Smile


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