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  1. Hi ultiarjan, thank you for your reply. Yes, that's my setup. While I have made some new screenshots I have figured out where my problem is: If i keep the settings under support as in the first picture below (every extruder selection set to Extruder 2) I'll get and infill with PVA made up from triangels (picture 1 of my original post) with a density of 50%. If I change the infill extruders like on picture 2 below, then Cura will automatically use different settings for the infill (Pattern = Zig Zag, Density = 15% and also some other settings are changed). Th
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  2. I have changed the support for the filament rol. Wooden frame with spindels under the printer. PVA compartiment is "closed" On top a cardboard box. The front closed with a plastic hanging door. This works very well!
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  3. A picture of the "ribbing" would be helpful. Could be as simple as the z-screw needing to get a bit of a clean and re-grease. As for the noise, more than likely it's the belts that are getting old and dry and need to be replaced. Getting to the steppers is very easy, just remove the white metal covers, they're held in place by two screws, on from the back and one from the side.
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  4. Ditto on both 4.5 and 4.6.1 Just as an aside - seeing as I have no need to ever print with Ultimaker ABS it would be quite useful to get rid of this entry as well as quite a few other material profiles that aren't used? Any way of doing that?
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  5. So I am completely new to the 3D printing world, so I might just be an idiot... But... I got this kit 3D printer, Xvico X3 Pro, and got it to start printing the sample prints. So, the printer included Cura 4.6 with the kit. While trying to load my printer profile, it simply doesn't exist. I found some people using the Ender 3 profile, but after I tried using it my printer wont even print with the profile. Is there any similar build that has a Cura profile that works with the X3? (My custom profile with "recommended" settings works, but the prints suck)
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  6. j'ai mal compris l’énoncé de départ...
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  7. Oui par contre un truc marrant .. en regardant mon image je viens de voir que Cura Indique premier layer = 425 alors que c'est bien le premier .. pour lui il a bien slicé 425 layer vide en partant du plateau sauf qu'il les a supprimés. Du coup c'est plutôt pas mal ca permet de voir si t'es raccord entre le Print de tes pièces précédentes et celles que tu vas relancer. C'est plutôt un bon point même si finalement ça serait mieux que Cura puisse nous permettre de slicer avec des hauteurs différentes en utilisant la fonction de modélisation des paramètres de chevauchement.
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  8. ben si ? si tu décoches l'option "Supprimer les premières couches vides" ca marche
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  9. I lost track of your issue - I just skimmed everything. Did you check the mesh? This sounds like mesh issues. If you have a tiny hole in your mesh - smaller than the layer height - then when it slices it might miss the hole and the walls are fine. But then if you change layer height a tiny bit, one of the layers might pass through the layer with the hole and now there is a massive section of the layer missing (or the entire layer). There are basically only 2 possibilities - your walls are too thin (set line width smaller to test for this) or your mesh has errors. Here's how to
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  10. I have come across this terminology in manuals of power supplies, especially high-power units with separate sense-lines. If the ground-wire is too long or too thin, you can get a significant voltage drop across this line. Let's say the ground line has a resistance of 0.1ohm, and the current is 10A. Then you get a voltage of 1V across the ground-line. So the "ground" at the electronics board is 1V higher than at the supply. This was the definition of "ground level shifting". Hense the sense-lines in the power supply, which needed to be connected as close to the board as possible. Th
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