Firmware Feedback


#21

I have found 1 small bug in the new FW 1.0.5: If you print a model that had a "Pause" set in it with ZSuite and at the successful conclusion of printing that piece you let your M200 go to "Sleep", when you awaken your printer it brings up the wrong dialog box and you can't seem to exit it. This only happens (in my experience) if your model had a ZSuite pause set........

Replicated, fixing as we speak, thx. 


#22

David, what are those black parts used for in the first picture?

Hey Andy! We have a patented design on Modular Articulating Magazine Pouches for Law Enforcement, Shooting Competitors and Sport Shooting Enthusiasts. That picture (with the pouches upside down) is of an order of 40 quad pouches for a new customer of ours.

PrestonFulleAMPChallengerEnforcer.jpg


#23

Hey Andy! We have a patented design on Modular Articulating Magazine Pouches for Law Enforcement, Shooting Competitors and Sport Shooting Enthusiasts. That picture (with the pouches upside down) is of an order of 40 quad pouches for a new customer of ours.

PrestonFulleAMPChallengerEnforcer.jpg

Ah, so that's what those things are! Would make for a great test case for epoxy infiltration, I wouldn't mind printing a couple myself. Is it friction fit or is there a latch that holds the mag in?

Also, that is a lot of ammo he's packing. Guess the guy's heading for Kabul or Detroit?  :lol:


#24

Ah, so that's what those things are! Would make for a great test case for epoxy infiltration, I wouldn't mind printing a couple myself. Is it friction fit or is there a latch that holds the mag in?

Also, that is a lot of ammo he's packing. Guess the guy's heading for Kabul or Detroit?  :lol:

Friction fit....our design uses a nut and bolt around the back of the pouch to allow the user to manually set their desired retention. Law Enforcement typically set them pretty snug so a magazine isn't dislodged during a foot chase or defensive tactics. Competitive shooters leave them a fairly loose for speed of retrieval.........  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sc3uwaCuMx4&feature=youtu.be

Kabul or Detroit?  Darn close..... Suburban Chicago!   ;)

Epoxy infiltration?


#25

Very good David, thanks for sharing 


#26

Epoxy infiltration?

I think he means this David: https://zortrax.com/3d-printing-in-mold-making/zortrax-3D-printing-in-modern-mold-making.pdf


#27

I can see why you would need so many magazines, since they only hold one cartridge!


#28

Epoxy infiltration?

I think he means this David: https://zortrax.com/3d-printing-in-mold-making/zortrax-3D-printing-in-modern-mold-making.pdf

Was thinking of putting the part in a vacuum chamber with runny resin to impregnate it.

Somewhat expensive considering most of the resin is wasted, but increases the strength and weight of 3d printed parts. Haven't had a chance to try it out myself though.


#29

Was thinking of putting the part in a vacuum chamber with runny resin to impregnate it.

Somewhat expensive considering most of the resin is wasted, but increases the strength and weight of 3d printed parts. Haven't had a chance to try it out myself though.

I have resin, vacuum chamber, vacuum pump, Zortax M200 and 3d prints...... maybe i have to give this a try


#30

I'm having trouble updating my M200 from 1.0.4 to 1.0.5

MD5 (Update.bin) = ca3369e5b449af9d863142f8279f5cbb

strings Update.bin | grep 1.0

ZRTXUPD31.0.5

 
And when I power up the printer the display says (very rapidly, had to use SloMo on my iPhone to see what was flashing by):
Zortrax Bootloader v1
Memory card connected.
Update.bin found.
 
then the ZORTRAX logo.
 
And the firmware status is still showing as 1.0.4
 
Any idea what I'm doing wrong, and how I might fix it?  I've tried 3 different SD cards, written the files with Mac and PC, reformatted on the PC as FAT, to no avail...
 
Thanks!

 


#31

I have resin, vacuum chamber, vacuum pump, Zortax M200 and 3d prints...... maybe i have to give this a try

They do something very similar in the pen-making hobby:

https://www.turntex.com/


#32

I'm having trouble updating my M200 from 1.0.4 to 1.0.5

MD5 (Update.bin) = ca3369e5b449af9d863142f8279f5cbb

strings Update.bin | grep 1.0

ZRTXUPD31.0.5

 
And when I power up the printer the display says (very rapidly, had to use SloMo on my iPhone to see what was flashing by):
Zortrax Bootloader v1
Memory card connected.
Update.bin found.
 
then the ZORTRAX logo.
 
And the firmware status is still showing as 1.0.4
 
Any idea what I'm doing wrong, and how I might fix it?  I've tried 3 different SD cards, written the files with Mac and PC, reformatted on the PC as FAT, to no avail...
 
Thanks!

 

Have you got any problems while upgrading to 1.0.4 before?


#33

Have you got any problems while upgrading to 1.0.4 before?

Nope it's been a while so I don't remember the details, but I didn't have any trouble with the upgrade to 1.0.4


#34

Nope it's been a while so I don't remember the details, but I didn't have any trouble with the upgrade to 1.0.4

Do you remember when have you bought your printer?


#35

Do you remember when have you bought your printer?

Around the end of 2015


#36

Around the end of 2015

Any thoughts?  I understand that the unit is out of warranty, but I still need to get it fixed....

Thanks!


#37

Any thoughts this week?


#38

MD5 (Update.bin) = ca3369e5b449af9d863142f8279f5cbb

When I do a md5 check on 1.0.5 update.bin, I have a different md5 result 8a5e46c0de613d2fd2489523fd850bb7

https://emn178.github.io/online-tools/md5_checksum.html


#39

That's weird, I downloaded it again, got:

118,165 bytes (119 KB on disk)

Monday, September 12, 2016 at 10:05 PM

MD5 (Update.bin) = ca3369e5b449af9d863142f8279f5cbb

This is all under OSX 10.11.6 if it matters, which it shouldn't...

I get the same result at https://emn178.github.io/online-tools/md5_checksum.html


#40

I get the same result as ChunkyPastaSauce: 8a5e46c0de613d2fd2489523fd850bb7 (also with the link you provided).

Tried to download the firmware again and it's binary identical to the version I used some months ago to update.