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The following M3-ID Rev 1 profiles have been updated
M3-ID PLA
M3-ID ABS

These profiles will now wait to heat the Hotness until homing/probing has completed to reduce oozing on the bed during startup. The bed will still heat up before probing to ensure correct printing heights.

Duplication/BVOH profiles will be updated in the future.

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1.6.1 release with a new experimental profile for CFR-PLA

1.6.1 release notes
The following M3-ID Rev 1 profiles have been updated
M3-ID PLA
M3-ID ABS

These profiles will now wait to heat the Hotness until homing/probing has completed to reduce oozing on the bed during startup. The bed will still heat up before probing to ensure correct printing heights.

Duplication/BVOH profiles will be updated in the future.

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@kgranat kgranat released this Jul 25, 2018 · 1 commit to master since this release

Updated Temps and Scripts

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@kgranat kgranat released this May 10, 2018 · 3 commits to master since this release

New profiles for the M3-ID Rev1 are included in this release

Updates:
New Rev 1 profiles
M3ID_Rev1_Abs_v1.2.fff - T0 and T1 on ABS
M3ID_Rev1_PLA_BVOH_v1.3.fff - T0 on PLA, T1 on BVOH
M3ID_Rev1_PLA_Duplication_v1.2.fff -T0 and T1 on PLA
M3ID_Rev1_PLA_v1.2.fff -T0 and T1 on PLA

Installation Instructions
https://makergear.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004464806-Simplify3D-Profiles-and-Factory-Files

If you would like to manually import the .fff profiles here are some workflows

For two color prints of the same material
-File -> Import FFF Profile
Pick 'MakerGear M3 ID Base.fff', located in Simplyfy3D- > Independent Dual -> MakerGear M3 ID Base.fff
-Import both models into S3D
-Align both models in your workspace.
Typically the easiest way to do this is to select both models and go to
Edit -> Align Selected Model Origins
However if your models were created incorrectly you may need to manually adjust the model positions
-You can double-click a single model to bring up the Position/Scaling/Rotation sidebar on the right
-Select both models in the Models sidebar on the left
-You can now use the Position/Scaling/Rotation window to adjust your model
NOTE: All models must fit between X positions X25 and X200.
-Create a new Process and pick the "MakerGear M3 ID" profile
-Select "Both Extruders T0" from the Auto-Configure Extruders Drop Down
-Click 'Select Models' and pick the model for T0
-Create a new Process and pick the "MakerGear M3 ID" profile
-Select "Both Extruders T1" from the Auto-Configure Extruders Drop Down
-Click 'Select Models' and pick the model for T1
-Adjust any settings you need to in your processes
-Select both processes and click 'Prepare to print'
-Make sure your processes are sliced correctly in the pop-up window that appears, and click 'OK'
-Check your G-code preview
-Click 'Save Toolpaths to Disk' and save your Gcode to your computer
-Upload your Gcode to Your M3ID via Octoprint
-Print your Gcode

Misc Notes
-The defualt profiles use both Ooze shield and a prime pillar. For faster prints you may wish to disable one or the other.

A Note to Duplication Mode users

To correctly use duplication mode your two hotends must have a correct physical Z-Height. Use the following instructions to check your hot-ends.

-From the Terminal Tab, enter
	M503
and click 'Send'

-Now look for a line that looks like

Recv: echo:  M218 T1 X252.00 Y0.00 Z-0.08

(It may help you to click 'Autoscroll' to turn off the autoscroll function)

-The value that follows 'Z' must be between -.1 and .1. If the value is 

-If the value is outside of this range, you will need to physically reset your hotend positions. This will be addressed in a future version of the plugin.

Other Duplication Mode notes

Your entire model must fit between X positions  X0 and X100.

We recommend that duplication users use a raft to help smooth out any differences in Z-Height.

Simplyfy3D will only show you a preview of the T0 model in the Gcode preview: you will not see the T0 model.
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@kgranat kgranat released this Aug 31, 2017 · 7 commits to master since this release

Updates from 1.1
Factory file names are now correctly linked to the default profile names.

M3ID 2 Color.factory
2 Color/ 2 model prints

M3ID Duplication.factory
Single model prints, once printing with each extruder simultaenously

M3ID Left Only.factory
Left Extruder only

M3ID Right Only.factory
Right Extruder Only

If you would like to manually import the .fff profiles here are some workflows

For two color prints of the same material
-File -> Import FFF Profile
Pick 'MakerGear M3 ID Base.fff', located in Simplyfy3D- > Independent Dual -> MakerGear M3 ID Base.fff
-Import both models into S3D
-Align both models in your workspace.
Typically the easiest way to do this is to select both models and go to
Edit -> Align Selected Model Origins
However if your models were created incorrectly you may need to manually adjust the model positions
-You can double-click a single model to bring up the Position/Scaling/Rotation sidebar on the right
-Select both models in the Models sidebar on the left
-You can now use the Position/Scaling/Rotation window to adjust your model
NOTE: All models must fit between X positions X25 and X200.
-Create a new Process and pick the "MakerGear M3 ID" profile
-Select "Both Extruders T0" from the Auto-Configure Extruders Drop Down
-Click 'Select Models' and pick the model for T0
-Create a new Process and pick the "MakerGear M3 ID" profile
-Select "Both Extruders T1" from the Auto-Configure Extruders Drop Down
-Click 'Select Models' and pick the model for T1
-Adjust any settings you need to in your processes
-Select both processes and click 'Prepare to print'
-Make sure your processes are sliced correctly in the pop-up window that appears, and click 'OK'
-Check your G-code preview
-Click 'Save Toolpaths to Disk' and save your Gcode to your computer
-Upload your Gcode to Your M3ID via Octoprint
-Print your Gcode

Misc Notes
-The defualt profiles use both Ooze shield and a prime pillar. For faster prints you may wish to disable one or the other.

A Note to Duplication Mode users

To correctly use duplication mode your two hotends must have a correct physical Z-Height. Use the following instructions to check your hot-ends.

-From the Terminal Tab, enter
	M503
and click 'Send'

-Now look for a line that looks like

Recv: echo:  M218 T1 X252.00 Y0.00 Z-0.08

(It may help you to click 'Autoscroll' to turn off the autoscroll function)

-The value that follows 'Z' must be between -.1 and .1. If the value is 

-If the value is outside of this range, you will need to physically reset your hotend positions. This will be addressed in a future version of the plugin.

Other Duplication Mode notes
For duplication mode you only need one process, the T0 process. There is a option for Duplication mode in the Extruder Auto drop-down.

Your entire model must fit between X positions  X0 and X100.

We recommend that duplication users use a raft to help smooth out any differences in Z-Height.

Simplyfy3D will only show you a preview of the T0 model in the Gcode preview: you will not see the T0 model.
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@kgranat kgranat released this Aug 30, 2017 · 9 commits to master since this release

Updates from 1.0
T1/T0 are now normalized and have the same values across the board for standard values
Renaming profiles within S3D and auto extruder options

Simplyfy 3D Users:
We will be working on a video and article for dual workflow. We reccomend using the factory files in
Simplyfy3D- > Independent Dual -> factoryFiles

M3ID 2 Color.factory
2 Color/ 2 model prints

M3ID Duplication.factory
Single model prints, once printing with each extruder simultaenously

M3ID Left Only.factory
Left Extruder only

M3ID Right Only.factory
Right Extruder Only

If you would like to manually import the .fff profiles here are some workflows

For two color prints of the same material
-File -> Import FFF Profile
Pick 'MakerGear M3 ID Base.fff', located in Simplyfy3D- > Independent Dual -> MakerGear M3 ID Base.fff
-Import both models into S3D
-Align both models in your workspace.
Typically the easiest way to do this is to select both models and go to
Edit -> Align Selected Model Origins
However if your models were created incorrectly you may need to manually adjust the model positions
-You can double-click a single model to bring up the Position/Scaling/Rotation sidebar on the right
-Select both models in the Models sidebar on the left
-You can now use the Position/Scaling/Rotation window to adjust your model
NOTE: All models must fit between X positions X25 and X200.
-Create a new Process and pick the "MakerGear M3 ID" profile
-Select "Both Extruders T0" from the Auto-Configure Extruders Drop Down
-Click 'Select Models' and pick the model for T0
-Create a new Process and pick the "MakerGear M3 ID" profile
-Select "Both Extruders T1" from the Auto-Configure Extruders Drop Down
-Click 'Select Models' and pick the model for T1
-Adjust any settings you need to in your processes
-Select both processes and click 'Prepare to print'
-Make sure your processes are sliced correctly in the pop-up window that appears, and click 'OK'
-Check your G-code preview
-Click 'Save Toolpaths to Disk' and save your Gcode to your computer
-Upload your Gcode to Your M3ID via Octoprint
-Print your Gcode

Misc Notes
-The defualt profiles use both Ooze shield and a prime pillar. For faster prints you may wish to disable one or the other.

A Note to Duplication Mode users

To correctly use duplication mode your two hotends must have a correct physical Z-Height. Use the following instructions to check your hot-ends.

-From the Terminal Tab, enter
	M503
and click 'Send'

-Now look for a line that looks like

Recv: echo:  M218 T1 X252.00 Y0.00 Z-0.08

(It may help you to click 'Autoscroll' to turn off the autoscroll function)

-The value that follows 'Z' must be between -.1 and .1. If the value is 

-If the value is outside of this range, you will need to physically reset your hotend positions. This will be addressed in a future version of the plugin.

Other Duplication Mode notes
For duplication mode you only need one process, the T0 process. There is a option for Duplication mode in the Extruder Auto drop-down.

Your entire model must fit between X positions  X0 and X100.

We recommend that duplication users use a raft to help smooth out any differences in Z-Height.

Simplyfy3D will only show you a preview of the T0 model in the Gcode preview: you will not see the T0 model.
Assets 2

@kgranat kgranat released this Aug 29, 2017 · 11 commits to master since this release

Simplyfy 3D Users:
We will be working on a video and article for dual workflow. We reccomend using the factory files in
Simplyfy3D- > Independent Dual -> factoryFiles

M3ID 2 Color.factory
2 Color/ 2 model prints

M3ID Duplication.factory
Single model prints, once printing with each extruder simultaenously

M3ID Left Only.factory
Left Extruder only

M3ID Right Only.factory
Right Extruder Only

If you would like to manually import the .fff profiles here are some workflows

For two color prints of the same material
-File -> Import FFF Profile
Pick 'MakerGear M3 ID Base.fff', located in Simplyfy3D- > Independent Dual -> MakerGear M3 ID Base.fff
-Import both models into S3D
-Align both models in your workspace.
Typically the easiest way to do this is to select both models and go to
Edit -> Align Selected Model Origins
However if your models were created incorrectly you may need to manually adjust the model positions
-You can double-click a single model to bring up the Position/Scaling/Rotation sidebar on the right
-Select both models in the Models sidebar on the left
-You can now use the Position/Scaling/Rotation window to adjust your model
NOTE: All models must fit between X positions X25 and X200.
-Create a new Process and pick the "MakerGear M3 ID" profile
-Select "Both Extruders T0" from the Auto-Configure Extruders Drop Down
-Click 'Select Models' and pick the model for T0
-Create a new Process and pick the "MakerGear M3 ID" profile
-Select "Both Extruders T1" from the Auto-Configure Extruders Drop Down
-Click 'Select Models' and pick the model for T1
-Adjust any settings you need to in your processes
-Select both processes and click 'Prepare to print'
-Make sure your processes are sliced correctly in the pop-up window that appears, and click 'OK'
-Check your G-code preview
-Click 'Save Toolpaths to Disk' and save your Gcode to your computer
-Upload your Gcode to Your M3ID via Octoprint
-Print your Gcode

Misc Notes
-The defualt profiles use both Ooze shield and a prime pillar. For faster prints you may wish to disable one or the other.

A Note to Duplication Mode users

To correctly use duplication mode your two hotends must have a correct physical Z-Height. Use the following instructions to check your hot-ends.

-From the Terminal Tab, enter
	M503
and click 'Send'

-Now look for a line that looks like

Recv: echo:  M218 T1 X252.00 Y0.00 Z-0.08

(It may help you to click 'Autoscroll' to turn off the autoscroll function)

-The value that follows 'Z' must be between -.1 and .1. If the value is 

-If the value is outside of this range, you will need to physically reset your hotend positions. This will be addressed in a future version of the plugin.

Other Duplication Mode notes
For duplication mode you only need one process, the T0 process. There is a option for Duplication mode in the Extruder Auto drop-down.

Your entire model must fit between X positions  X0 and X100.

We recommend that duplication users use a raft to help smooth out any differences in Z-Height.

Simplyfy3D will only show you a preview of the T0 model in the Gcode preview: you will not see the T0 model.
Assets 2
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