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Chocolate printing

Update: I found a nice article about chocolate printing: https://all3dp.com/2/chocolate-3d-printer-all-you-need-to-know/ You are searching for chocolate extruder. I did not find one, which would ...
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How to set a new homing position using software and/or slicer without changing hardware end-stop?

The Y-Max setting does not help, because it is the software end stop for the other end of the axis. The Y Home position also doesn't help as it only changes the coordinate that the printer assumes ...
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How to set a new homing position using software and/or slicer without changing hardware end-stop?

Now I've finally had time to look into this, since I knew it somehow existed, but wasn't sure how it worked: Use the M206 G-code command in Marlin, Sprinter, Smoothie, or RepRap Firmware to offset ...
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Chocolate printing vs casting?

For your application, you should 3d print a positive model, then make a silicone mould negative of that model. Then use the silicone mould to make the final chocolate. Clean the silicone thoroughly ...
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Chocolate printing vs casting?

In my experience, direct printing of chocolate is tedious because: It has to be around 88 C to melt; and It doesn't solidify very quickly at normal room temperature. Unless you can print in a ...
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Accidentally printed a chocolate mold instead of the object itself

Cura contains a few different so-called "special modes" which changes what the software does with your STL. One such special mode is Mold mode which, instead of recreating the object, ...
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