Newby question. I create a simple design in tinkercad (cylinder, one with and another one without a hole). I export each as an stl file. When I open each of them in Cura, the slice button is not available.
What am I doing wrong?
Here is a screenshot of a preview from 4.12.1:
And here, same model and all other settings, profile, etc. on 4.13:
Note the supports inside the model circled in red and the supports off the build plate circled in purple (I made a different post about this).
This is Ender 3, Windows 11. Note that I see a lot of strange things with my CAD programs on Windows 11 (OpenSCAD won't even run without hanging), but I haven't had a problem with Cura before 4.13...
Same problem, fixed with same solution.
Was printing a single wall cube (not in spiralize mode) and the nozzle did a second pass on all layers.
Changed the minimum wall flow from 0 to 15% made is a single pass.
Thank you gr5.
Has anyone tried using two NFC tags 180 degrees apart on the spool? I'm finding that the tags read very consistently, but only when they are within the area of the dividers (where the antennae are). So if the filament isn't cut off at the right spot, it is awkward to hold the spool with the tag in the antenna while simultaneously getting it into the pre-feeder. I was just toying with the idea of using two identical tags so that one would always be in, or at least close to, the antenna area. Would having two of them confuse it? Given that it never seems to read them when they're not in the antenna, I'm guessing no? Thoughts?