It still does not work after a year and a half of trying ...
I do not know where the old forum went, but many problems mentioned at the time are still not resolved for me.
Since last February I upgraded my CR10S with a new extruder (a much more accurate BMG clone of the original Creality extruder), I changed the Bowden tube to a Capricorn version, I calibrated the extruder correctly, redefined the% extrusion, improved my printing profiles and got into the habit of measuring the diameters of the filaments with a precision micro-meter (average of 3 measurements of a 20 cm end of filament) and recalibrated of Palette 2s.
While my classic impressions are perfect, the Palette 2s is still not functional and the calibration refuses to work to give usable results. Each time I try a calibration the Buffer poses a problem or a splice is bad. In these conditions the calibration has been !&&* for several months and the coil of filaments scrolls ...
If the 2-color keychain prints well, as soon as I switch to the 4-color version everything goes all over the place.
The buffer is often found full or the splice is bad and the problem is never in the same place.
If during this month of August I cannot find a way to make this overpriced equipment usable, I will resell it. This will prove that it is impossible to get it to work with any printer and that the promise to happen is not an honest one.
My patience has reached its limits.
Is this a good question?
I think I have this same problem here is the problem . One this product can print maybe 3 out of 100 attempts at one of these keychains . As soon as you save the data move to print again same settings it fails . Idk 2 or 3 years printing this keychain for 500 bucks seems like a scam
I told them years ago to find another line of business. The product does not work and tech support is worthless. I can print all day long with no errors until I try to print with the pallette. Great idea but they have failed to make it work. They are years behind in software development. You have to set your printer to 20mm/s so the palette can keep up. And good luck with the canvas hub. It takes a software engineer to get that figured out.
by Gary Ross