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Q: Hi, what do i need to make this work with Tamiya?

Asked by JMS728 on 2022-01-18 07:11:30

enrarot It's 100% compatible with Tamiya kit cars.

2022-01-19 06:25:08 Helpful (0)
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Q: does this have an adjustable drag brake?

Asked by BG224817541 on 2021-09-12 06:56:56

enrarot Yes. Many levels of drag brake adjustment.

2021-09-12 07:35:28 Helpful (0)
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Q: would a dumbo rc reciever work with this?

Asked by BG529162539 on 2021-08-29 04:14:01

enrarot No. Completely different protocol.

2021-08-29 04:19:40 Helpful (2)
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enrarot You put the can in the opening and squeeze. It then punctures the side of the can and presses the can against the seal and the content is available through the brass valve. If you don't know how to use it you dont' need it.

2021-06-10 02:39:40 Helpful (0)
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enrarot 08/05/2018
This printer is very good value for the money. It prints well out of the box, has a good user interface and responsive touch screen, and a solid frame. The filament stop sensor works fine. I have used it several times to change filament when a spool runs out. I have not had a chance to test the power loss function. I have printed almost non stop with the printer since it arrived on 13.04.2018. Some reviews point out that it has an old Marlin firmware which does not home the Z-axis slowly on the second tap. This one is improved. It first homes Z quickly and then homes slower for the final measurement. There's one bug in the firmware. Sometime when I want to change filament it either doesn't pull the filament out or doesn't pull it in. This has happened a couple of times. Nothing happens and the extruder just sits there without spinning, but the progress bar moves as if it's running the motor. It works the next time I try. Mine arrived with slight shipping damage. The adjustment screw in one corner of the bed had broken loose so I had to glue it to the bed, but it has held up fine. IT does not affect the leveling, and the printer prints straight in all angles. The X-belt was a little loose, which caused the printer to skip a couple of times before I fixed it by installing a belt spring. Also, the X-pulley has slight wobble, which I think is the reason why the belt was adjuster so loose. It would be binding if it was tighter without a spring to take up the slack. The hot end cooling fan starter howling when I turned the printer on a couple of days ago so the bearings are probably shot. It should last much longer than a few weeks of printing. Minor problems for me. I bought the printer to make a big EDF jet model. I attached some photos of the prototype jet being printed.
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Q: What is the stall current draw?

Asked by enrarot on 2019-09-15 12:42:33

zengjiewen Stall Current: 3.5A/5.0A/6.2A

2019-09-15 10:07:07 Helpful (1)
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