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Make sure your existing 3D printer is well calibrated on the X. Y and Z axis

We suggest to print all of ULIO's plastic parts on the same 3D printer

  • Unless all of your other printers have the same precision

Please make sure to honor our proprietary rights and restrictions on use


How to proceed

1.We recommend that you download all of the STL files on your PC (A to V)

2.We recommend that you slice all the STL files and save the Gcodes on your PC (A to V)

  • Please watch our slicing videos and follow our recommandations
  • Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer
    • They have to be printed on those specific axis
  • We highly suggest to print with the retraction enabled
    • If you have an all metal hot end one single drop of a good quality sewing machine oil (at your own risk) will do wonders to prevent PLA/PHA from jamming especially during retraction 

3.Save all of the Gcodes (A to V) on an SD card

4.In order to keep track of things, create a spreadsheet with the names of all the parts to be printed (A to V) and then just check them      off as they’re printed

 

 
 

A

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) Add support (lines) touching the build plate (watch our slicing video)

  • Make sure the distance between the support and the part  on the X and Y axis = 2 mm

  • Make sure the distance between the support and the part  on the Z axis = 0 mm

 
 

B

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) Select the right STL file for your printer:

  • Select the STL file Y = 6.2 in. if your printer has a depth on the Y axis of at least 6.2 in.
  • Select the STL file Y = 7.25 in. if your printer has a depth on the Y axis of at least 7.25 in.

 

 
 

C

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) If your 3D printer is very well calibrated it is unlikely that there will be a dimensional difference on the X, Y and Z axis. However, if part C does not slide well between the rails of parts A and B, it will be necessary to adjust its thickness. You can either:

  • Scale the Z axis in CURA (+/- 0.5% to +/- 10%) 
    • To save time and PLA you can try this sample STL file to figure out your scaling factor (avoid a tight fit)
  • Manually sand the bottom backside with a 200 or 300 grain sand paper 

 

 
 

D

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) If your 3D printer is very well calibrated it is unlikely that there will be a dimensional difference on the X, Y and Z axis. However, if part D does not slide well between the rails of parts C. it will be necessary to adjust its thickness. You can either:

  • Scale the Z axis in CURA (+/- 0.5% to +/- 10%)
    • To save time and PLA you can try this sample STL file to figure out your scaling factor
  • Manually sand the backside with a 200 or 300 grain sand paper 
 
 

E

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

 

 

 
 

F

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) If your 3D printer is very well calibrated it is unlikely that there will be a dimensional difference on the X, Y and Z axis. However, if part F does not slide well between the rails of parts A . it will be necessary to:

  • Adjust the thickness:
    • Scale the Z axis in CURA (+/- 0.5% to +/- 10%)
      • To save time and PLA You can try this sample STL file to figure out your scaling factor
    • Manually sand the backside with a 200 or 300 grain sand paper
  • If the height of part F exceeds or is way below the top of part A  then you need to adjust its height by either:
    • Scale the Y axis in CURA (+/- 0.5% to +/- 10%) 
      • To save time and PLA You can try this sample STL file to figure out your scaling factor
    • Manually sand the top part (opposed side of the teeth) with a 200 or 300 grain sand paper 
 
 

G

Watch our video to learn how to customize this part by adding your school's name for example

  • Click here to download our STEP file
  • Although not shown in the video it's very important to change your drawing units in mm (Do not keep them in inches)

A) Once you customize this part you can :

  • Send it directly to Cura from Autodesk Fusion 360
  • Save it as an STL file 
  • Make sure to rotate the part as shown in the video (left gallery)

B) Add support (lines) touching the build plate (watch our slicing video)

  • Make sure the distance between the support and the part  on the X and Y axis = 2 mm

  • Make sure the distance between the support and the part  on the Z axis = 0 mm

C) We recommend to print this part with an infill of 30%

 
 

H

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) Add support (lines) touching the buildplate (watch our slicing video)

  • Make sure the distance between the support and the part  on the X and Y axis = 2 mm

  • Make sure the distance between the support and the part  on the Z axis = 0 mm

C) If the bowden clip doesn't screw in nicely into the right hand opening:

  • Manually clean out the opening with a sand paper (200 to 300 grains)
  • Scale the Y and Z  axis in CURA (+/- 0.5% to +/- 3%) 

D) If this part is not strong enough you can add thicker walls and an infill of 30%

 
 

I

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) This part can be printed with other parts to save time

  • I, J

 

 

 

 
 

J

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) This part can be printed with other parts to save time

  • I, J

 

 

 

 
 

K

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis) (Multiply x 2)

B) If the gear doesn't fit well on the shaft of the stepper motor you can either:

  • First: Scale the X and Y axis in CURA (max 3%). 
  • Second: Manually clean out the gear hole with a 5 mm drill bit 
 
 

L

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) If the gear doesn't fit well on the shaft of the stepper motor you can either:

  • First: Scale the X and Y axis in CURA (max 3%)
  • Second: Manually clean out the gear hole with a 5 mm drill bit
 
 

M

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) We recommend to print this part with an infill of 30%

 

 

 

 

 
 

N

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) Add support (lines) everywhere (watch our slicing video) 

  • Make sure the distance between the support and the part  on the X and Y axis = 2 mm

  • Make sure the distance between the support and the part  on the Z axis = 0 mm

C) This part can be printed with other parts to save time

  • N, O
 
 

O

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) Add support (lines) everywhere (watch our slicing video)

  • Make sure the distance between the support and the part  on the X and Y axis = 2 mm

  • Make sure the distance between the support and the part  on the Z axis = 0 mm

C) This part can be printed with other parts to save time

  • N, O
 
 

P

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis) (Multiply x 2)

B) This part can be printed with other parts to save time

  • 2 x P, 2 x Q, R, S, T, U, V

 

 

 
 

Q

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis) (Multiply x 2)

B) This part can be printed with other parts to save time

  • 2 x P, 2 x Q, R, S, T, U, V

 

 

 
 

R

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) This part can be printed with other parts to save time

  • 2 x P, 2 x Q, R, S, T, U, V

 

 

 

 
 

S

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) This part can be printed with other parts to save time

  • 2 x P, 2 x Q, R, S, T, U, V

 

 

 

 
 

T

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) This part can be printed with other parts to save time

  • 2 x P, 2 x Q, R, S, T, U, V

 

 

 

 
 

U

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) Although it's not shown in the video we do recommend to add support

  • You might need to change the angle of support in CURA
    • This is the angle where CURA decides automatically to add support

C) This part can be printed with other parts to save time

  • 2 x P, 2 x Q, R, S, T, U, V

 

 

 

 

 
 

V

A) Make sure NOT TO ROTATE THE STL MODEL FILE once you upload it into your slicer (They have to be printed on those specific axis)

B) This part can be printed with other parts to save time

  • 2 x P, 2 x Q, R, S, T, U, V

 

 

 

 

Extra: 

Filament spool holder-base

A) Click here to download the STL file

 

 

FILAMENT SPOOL HOLDER-poles

A) Click here to download the STL file

 

 
 
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