What models are you using to test Palette 2?

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    Jonny Yeu

    Hey Rsjorslev, we've had a few user-made calibration prints:

    A model to test your printer's e-steps - https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3354719
    4- color calibration test - https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3282265

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    Redemptioner1

    Well neither of those prints will come close to achieving what Rsjorslev was asking for Johnny...... ..at least you are consistent.

     

    I suggest something like the multicolored charmander scaled up, no need for infill if you use 3 perimeters unless of course you want to tryout the transitioning infill. FLOWALISTIK has a bunch of great multicolored creations if you have a look through his designs.

     

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1834722

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    Rsjorslev

    Thanks - I’ll give a couple of those Pokémon figures a go!!

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    Jonny Yeu

    Thanks for sharing, @Redemptioner! Great to see that you're providing suggestions and assistance for users. 

    @Rsjorslev, I apologize if these weren't the models you were looking for, just wanted to share some calibration prints that would test your unit. For more multicolor prints, check out our Thingiverse page (https://thingiverse.com/mosaicmanufacturing) or the multi-color collection that we contribute to (https://www.thingiverse.com/groups/multi-input-prints/things).

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    Rsjorslev

    No worries at all - I was just looking for something that might not had already been printed with P2 / Made by Mosaic and was fairly complicated. Most of the stuff I print is something I have done myself, but the 2-4 colour prints I have done has only been 4-6 hours with 50-100 splices.

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    Redemptioner1

    @Johnny

    This is the point that we have been making over and over Johnny without any evidence this has sunk in yet, you are not bothering to read or understand the questions being asked before you should be making a relevant reply to question/request being made, rather you are just blurting out something that has some reference to the content but does not address it. You need to take this feedback on-board or stop making responses all together and hand the job over to someone who seems to understand the basic principles of communication and customer service. An irrelevant or wrong answer is far worse than no answer at all as it demonstrates the companies lack of care and attention for their customers, a lack of knowledge in what they are doing and a general disrespect as you have not bothered to take the time to listen to your customer and understand what they are asking, 

    I help a lot of your customers on a regular basis as your sales and support teams do not do a very good job (probably would not be an issue if you stop releasing things that have not been tested or regression tested properly), some of these are also my customers so really I am unfortunately subsidizing your support service as I believe in good customer service and will supply it to my customers even if it is not my product. This is the reason I am unlikely to ever recommend or supply your product directly.

     

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    Jonny Yeu

    Thanks for your feedback, Redemptioner1. 

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