The Magmahot-end has gotten a very bad rep because of poor performance most likely from the job being rushed to try and save TrinityLabs LLC. If you happen to be oen of the ones to end up with a Magma hot-end and want to try and get it to function properly, well here is a walk-through of what another member in the Reprap community put together for it.
The Magma hot-end, broke down into 4 parts. The Magma assembled.
Check out the amazing results below Chris Morewood was able to get with his sE1X v1.5(Running on a Smoothieboard 5xc). In the picture you’ll notice he points out a small flaw with the infill and the perimeters not quite touching in 2 spots but I think this is more a slicer config setting then the 3d printer/control board itself.
Thank you very much Chris ‘ChrisM37’ Morewood for this awesome comparison work and I look forward to seeing your future prints!!! Well done. 🙂
This is a collection of some of the recent accomplishments from our friend/customer theundeadelvis(as he goes by on IRC). He has been a really great guy to work with and I always look forward to seeing what hes made with his sE1X..needless to say, I am always proudly impressed!
Now for the pron:
Looking forward to seeing what you make next TUE(theundeadelvis)!