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What printers are compatible?What printers are compatible?
Answer to "My 2 color keychain calibration print came out in a single color"Hi Rob, Thank you for taking the time to share your experience. We’re glad to hear you sorted out the issues with your printer and was able to complete the first print! From here I would recommend learning a bit more about how Palette works to improve your printing. How Calibration Works - Pings and Pongs How to Further Tune your Printer Profile - Saving or Ignoring Print Data Please let us know if you have further questions!
Answer to "My canvas has 3 flashing lights."Hi Christian, I’m sorry to hear about this. Which articles/resources were you looking for in particular? Do the three status lights flash every time you plug in the hub to its power supply? It’s possible that the WiFi chip is having trouble being detected. In this case you would require a replacement unit which we can cover for you. Please let us know how you made your purchase and your shipping address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you, and sorry again for the trouble.
Answer to "transition problem not realy good"Hi Bastié, thank you for contacting us. I am sorry to hear you are frustrated but hope we can provide more assistance here. The color issue you are seeing here doesn’t look to be related to calibration, and I suggest to avoid resetting Palette again so that you don’t have to tune your printer profile once more. If this was calibration related you would likely see colors begin transitioning too early or too late, or have layers mismatched in colors. This looks primarily to be color bleed, and you have taken the right steps by increasing the transition length. Unfortunately black filament does tend to bleed quite a lot, and some residual black filament may stay in your nozzle despite the longer transition lengths. While we do allow for larger transition lengths in Chroma to help with this, going from black to white is still a great color contrast. To purge a nozzle of black completely can still be challenging, which is why for prints like this where you’re going from a very dark/pigmented color to a very...
Answer to "Stamping through the object"Hi @lykos! Thanks for posting this question. Can you please share more information about what you’re trying to accomplish with the stamp and how you expect how it to look on the model? Particularly, we’d like to know more about what you mean when you say “the colors on the back are not visible.” You can imagine stamping to be like using a projector with light and an image. The stamp will display on the model based on how the camera is looking at the image against the model. We would also like to know what error you received in Canvas. Please share any screenshots you may have of the error and how the stamp looks on the model. Thank you!