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Calibrate your printer This article will try to show you the best ways to calibrate your printer, and how to fine-tune your slicer settings for your chosen filament. Calibrate extruder steps/mmShould be done into the air with no nozzle pressure. Teaching Tech has described how to do this here. Level Read more…

V-King Community Created Components

The community has created several components for the V-King printer. Below is an unverified list: Here is also a github community repository https://github.com/RoyBerntsenDesign/Vking-Community-Files V-King Enclosure Panels https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3623752 V-King WyzeCam V2 Cover https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3623734 V-King Panel Due 7i Enclosure https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3583124 V-King Conduit https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3583098 V-King Top Corner Cover https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3510808 V-King Bottom Corner Cover Read more…

Parts – Print Settings

Slicer Recommendations Material: Filamentum CPE or some PETG is recommended Walls: 2.0 mm Shell Bottom/Top: 2.0 mm shell at 0.2-0.3 layer height Infill: 20% – 30% You do need a good calibrated extruder as parts are tight so check your flow All parts are modeled with tolerance to fit but Read more…

X-Carrier

Adapt the holes On the some versions of the X-Carrier the vertical holes for the wheels are to tight. Use a 5.5mm drill to get theese up to standards as you dont wan the wheels to low on the carrier. This has lately been fixed but it might be an Read more…

Printed Part Materials

 I recommend using PETG or optimally CPE from Filamentum for all parts PLA will work on all parts for a long time but it is brittle and tend to crack sooner or later. PLA also has low TG and will soften at 50C+ so hot sone parts might degrade That Read more…