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  1. That is what the 'Pause at Height" plugin is for.
    2 points
  2. You can look at the situation like it is “sad” that you need a plugin to restore the GUI to what you are used to, or you can look at it as “great” that it is now possible to even make such a plugin. It was not possible to charge the GUI to this extent in 3.6 in a plugin, but it is in 4.0. Now you have a choice, which you did not have before.
    2 points
  3. Je m'en sert pour le maquettisme ferroviaire au 1/160ème. Par exemple pour le reproduction de ma maison ou pour des ouvrages maçonnés. Résultat sympa.
    1 point
  4. Maybe tools can be fit in the one line it will save some space :) Something like that.
    1 point
  5. In DesignSpark Mechanical there are settings for STL-quality: coarse, medium, fine, custom. Coarse gives the same as you show here. Fine is okay for 99% of prints. With "custom" even better results can be got, but then the amount of triangles and thus the file size of the STL go out of the roof. Search for a setting like "STL export options" or something similar.
    1 point
  6. The problem is with the file export process. I am a solidworks and NX user. In both programs, there are settings to control the output of STL files when a model is 'saved-as'. I suspect there are also such settings in solid edge. Even when you save a mode with higher resolution, the model will be reduced to triangles, they will just be much smaller. Look for these settings in your save dialogue.
    1 point
  7. I think it is how it is phrased. I know I run afoul of this many times.
    1 point
  8. Could you give it a try with the following settings? We had some good results with these: Line width: 0.4 Wall thickness: 1.2 Top/Bottom thickness: 1.2 Speeds: 40 Jerks: 20 Horizontal expansion: -0.03 walls: 3
    1 point
  9. I am wondering what you may have learned in this pursuit. I didn't notice when you originally posted. I can't answer your questions 1 & 2. The parts I print are typically structural working prototypes or final use parts in natural ABS. Usually parts are geometric enough that I can find creative ways to cut them into pieces with CAD before printing and bond them together post printing with acetone. I this way, I avoid alot of bridges. Occasionally on horizontal (planar) overhangs, I have had success printing a med or low density support, with a high density,
    1 point
  10. I didn't get the impression that a whole lot of people use the multi-buildplate functionality. Could be that I'm mistaken, but we hardly ever hear anyone about it.
    1 point
  11. Je n'ai pas voulu chargé le premier graph mais si tu insiste en voilà un deuxième en espérant t'aider à comprendre. Encore une fois je précise que les valeurs sont indicatives, la droite ( fluide - visqeux ) n'est dans la réalité pas linéaire car elle évolue en fonction du grade, taux de cisaillement, de la température, nature du filament, etc.... L'échelle #1 représente l'évolution de " l'optimisation temps de diffusion " avec une chambre chaude thermorégulée. Pour le reste c'est bien de l'architecture Ultimaker dont nous parlons avec ses qualités et aussi ses défauts.... Zone 1
    1 point
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