By virtue of the fact that the printer has been out of the box for exactly 12 hours as of the time of this post (not set up…just out of the box, laid out on floor to match the quick start guide and make sure I knew what was where during setup - a tricky endeavor with a boyfriend and two cats one of whom thinks he’s a dog - they were locked out of the office space):
The tutorial cube! (Which I may lose to a coworker if I’m not careful…)
I have also printed the bracket for Jim’s spool holder and the rod part of the holder is printing right now.
So far we had one of the magnets let go during a calibration, because the usb cable wasn’t in the head properly (which we promptly figured out when we got the printer head error and the forum got us straightened out there in about 2 seconds, we’ve had no error and no separations since), and then we had a clog with a weird yellow filament (assuming from the QA process?) which the instructions on the help desk worked perfectly for getting cleared up in a couple minutes. The wifi took a bit of finicking with but is working now and I’m an idiot and didn’t open the camera and at first went “why are you just showing black???” (which was the point where we decided to let it print, take a break and find some food for the diabetic programmer with no brain cells left).
The mobile app is working great.
The only thing you guys did NOT prepare me for? It is crazy hard to pick up the magnetic mat from the metal build plate when you have long nails…I am going to break one at some point.
So far no cracking or scratching on the two prints I’ve done (I’m being very very gentle removing the prints), I did use my cricut spatula very gently to lift the end of a skirting piece on the spool bracket so I could get it off and it worked lovely. The angle of the cricut spatula works nicely for that.