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Andrew Weitzel
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Hey guys, a little confused here.  Finally got my MK3S+ put together after a few mistakes (put my Y-axis carriage on the wrong way and didn't realize it until I had already finished putting together the belt assembly, and failed to realize I didn't run the PINDA cable through the backplate of the extruder with other cables... always carefully compare to the images in the guide, people!).

Anyway, I calibrated and did a test print of the beer opener.  It looks great, but I'm thinking I did something wrong.  See the attached photo: How do I open my beer with it? 

(Thanks to everyone in forum here and posted their problems and everyone who answered.  It helped me immensely.  Cheers!)

Posted : 09/05/2021 8:01 pm
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You need to sharpen it first.

Posted : 09/05/2021 8:07 pm
Andrew Weitzel
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@tim-2

Ah, right.  Thanks Tim!  Although I suggest that the file ought to be renamed "Beer Shotgunner" if that's the case.

Posted : 09/05/2021 8:16 pm
cwbullet
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Posted by: @andrew-weitzel

Hey guys, a little confused here.  Finally got my MK3S+ put together after a few mistakes (put my Y-axis carriage on the wrong way and didn't realize it until I had already finished putting together the belt assembly, and failed to realize I didn't run the PINDA cable through the backplate of the extruder with other cables... always carefully compare to the images in the guide, people!).

Anyway, I calibrated and did a test print of the beer opener.  It looks great, but I'm thinking I did something wrong.  See the attached photo: How do I open my beer with it? 

(Thanks to everyone in forum here and posted their problems and everyone who answered.  It helped me immensely.  Cheers!)

I did not even know that brand still exists.  

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Posted : 09/05/2021 8:24 pm
Andrew Weitzel
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@cwbullet

Natty Bo?  It's a staple in Maryland and here in SE Pennsylvania.  It's a pretty decent standard American lager.

Posted : 09/05/2021 9:06 pm
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