Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

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Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

Postby thedoble » Tue Jan 05, 2016 7:50 am

You can 'tune in' to my Rostock Max V2 doing it's printing at the below link:

http://3d.thedoble.com

You can also view 1080p timelapses of previous prints if there's nothing printing at the time.

I've done quite a bit of testing and configuration in Octoprint to get the best quality, fast, low-bandwidth streaming. Here's how I did it if you're interested in setting it up for yourself.
I've also set up a 2nd camera for 1080p timelapses, which you can read about here.

This is all running on a Raspberry Pi :)

If you like the setup let me know!
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Re: Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

Postby thedoble » Fri Feb 05, 2016 5:10 am

Printing my first 3dhubs order ... and it's a tough one!

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This is a mask for a character from 'bioshock' - pretty cool!

My first attempt at the print failed because my bowden tube popped out of the extruder. I've replaced the coupling and hopefully this time around it will finish OK.

You can check it out at http://3d.thedoble.com
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Re: Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

Postby Windshadow » Fri Feb 05, 2016 10:01 am

Are you locking the Bowden with one of these at each end?
JJ's clip
http://repables.com/r/444/

fixed the pop off problem i had when i did a tall tower to see how it printed 7 inches up from the build plate when it popped off near the top of the print

that is one ambitious print good luck with print 2 a lot of plastic in it for sure.

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Re: Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

Postby thedoble » Fri Feb 05, 2016 2:52 pm

That's a great clip design, I will definitely print one, thanks!
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Re: Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

Postby Windshadow » Fri Feb 05, 2016 3:21 pm

I think it should be one of the STL files from the setup and calibrate manual with the fan shrouds I know most wont need it if they never print the tall things like you r mask but it is still worth attending to in the setup.

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Re: Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

Postby thedoble » Sat Feb 06, 2016 12:11 am

I tried printing that clip a few times but each time it would snap as I tried to fit it.

So zip tie to the rescue!

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Re: Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

Postby Windshadow » Sat Feb 06, 2016 12:15 am

I had no problems with the ABS ones I made perhaps the stuff you used was a bit brittle? but if I had thought of the zip tie I expect I would not have bothered printing them at all :D

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Re: Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

Postby thedoble » Wed Feb 10, 2016 7:02 am

Printing riiiiight to the edge!

https://youtu.be/MI2C-_rkQN0
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Re: Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

Postby TheIrishScion » Thu Feb 11, 2016 10:24 pm

I don't mean to alarm you but it just stopped printing and started sending "Communication timeout during printing, forcing a line
Send: N1096039 M105*35" commands.

For the record, I don't think it was me, I was just watching.... :?

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Re: Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

Postby thedoble » Sat Feb 13, 2016 2:22 am

TheIrishScion wrote:I don't mean to alarm you but it just stopped printing and started sending "Communication timeout during printing, forcing a line
Send: N1096039 M105*35" commands.

For the record, I don't think it was me, I was just watching.... :?


WHAT DID YOU DO?!?!

nah just kidding!
Unfortunately, I blew a fuse :(

This is what I found when I got home -
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Power was on, but nobody home!

I did some checking and it looks like I've blown a fuse. Further investigation found this:

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It seems that over time, the wires for the layer fan have fatigued and broken away, likely shorting against eachother or against the hot end.

Really frustrating as the print was about 75% done again, plus now I have to wait for a new fuse to arrive.
I plan to resolder the layer fan and add a big blob of hot glue to reduce the stress on the cables.

Timelapse - https://youtu.be/1M1sr54xQ40
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Re: Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

Postby TheIrishScion » Sun Feb 21, 2016 6:46 pm

Now that, right there, if infuriating.

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Re: Rostock Max V2 Streaming via Octoprint

Postby Neptune » Mon Feb 22, 2016 11:36 am

I had exactly the same thing happen to my part fan wires this weekend, I only had one of them break. I re-soldered and as you are doing hot glued the wires to the fan housing to reduce stress.


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