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    • Hi @JDM, usually within a week in the US. I responded in the other thread. 
    • @JDM, That's a good question to ask @Oyvind in the following post below. Short answer is (from what I've read), it depends on where you live, but Oyvind is great with responding to special instances, like if you live outside the US or Europe. Ron
    • I was wondering how long it would take to get my starter pack
    • @Ronald Guthrie Me too.  Unfortunately it interferes with the print quality a little so I won't be using it on prints I make for others.  The print head leaves  stringy artifacts because it has to retract and move out of camera range before he timelapse shot.  I have adjusted the print settings to minimize the effect, but I think it's about as good as it's going to get right now and there is still some stringy artifact material due to the head movement on timelapse.  It's easily removed, but the end product is not 100% smooth where the stringy filament is cut away.  Not horrible, but enough to where some folks may not like it.  If the part does not require asthetically pleasing exterior, I will definitely do a timelapse of the print though.  It's kind of cathartic, as was watching the defrag in windows 95.  😂😂😂
    • @Vincent Mitchell, Love the timelapse! I could watch that all day LOL! Ron
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