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  1. @limelicious The short answer is: the model is not a solid, it's not watertight. The model consists of two separate shells: a solid base and a spherical part that is just an open shell without thickness. It seems like the walls for the holes are completely missing, the top face of the base plate is superfluous and the two parts are not properly connected to each other. Does this help?
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  2. Bonjour si ça vous intéresse voici le protocole recommandé par l'AP-HP pour stériliser les pièces produite en FDM: http://www.3d4care.com/document/3D4Care_decontamination_v4-5.pdf et cette infographie du CDC en francais pour produire la solution: https://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/pdf/french-chlorine-5percent.pdf
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  3. Send them a request, they are the manufacturer so they might be spooling soon.
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  4. Hallo Hendrik Überprüfe mal folgendes: Einstellungen --> Cura konfigurieren --> Allgemein --> Viewport-Verhalten --> Stellen Sie sicher, dass die Modelle getrennt gehalten werden. Dieses Kästen darf nicht aktiviert sein. Gruss Chiara
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  5. Hi All For any Aussies this is a great initiative Here. Fill in the form and they'll get back to you fairly quick with the details and model to print. It's the 3D printed part of a face shield and it's a 30 minute to 1 hour print and you send a batch to them at a time. They'll even pay $1.50 per item if you wish to cover your filament cost. They also have a Discord site to discuss etc.
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  6. Default_value can never be anything that is interpreted by python. I think you could try the following: "value": "'G1 X' + str(_prime_arc_start_x)"
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  7. Yep, before the skirt. I've got about 4 hours left on a print right now, but I'll try to remember to take a video when I start the next one and throw it up on Youtube sometime tomorrow if I have time. It's nice to not be alone 😅
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  8. Hi I have the same problem with my S5, as a Cura Connect group host, that keeps disconnecting from Cura 4.3 and 4.4, but all my printers are connected on a gigabyte ethernet network. Disconnection is mainly while Cura performs processor intensive tasks (saving a project, slicing, changing material, changing profile) but also occurs while Cura is idle. Some weird informations on Cura 4.4, printer is said to be connected on the top left, but going to the printers tab, it is not marked as connected. Still it is possible to send the print to the printer by network. I already have a bug opened on Github https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/6626 This corrupts all the projects that are saved making this feature useless. It's a PITA. Seems like 4.3 and 4.4 releases were done to deliver new features for the new Ultimaker products, but quality control and non regression was not a priority. It's a shame for products that are targeting businesses. Being a 3d printing service provider this has a major impact on my operations.
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