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  1. Oh awesome. That did the trick perfectly! Thanks so much!!
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  2. You can do it by creating a support blocker using this tool on the LHS Position the block so that it completely meshes with the region that should not have support When you slice, the support isn't in that region The support blockers can be moved and resized like any other mesh.
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  3. It's also an idea. A little epoxy rarely did any harm 🙂
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  4. I may just put a little high temp hot glue lol
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  5. Upon connection (so basicly; if you reboot cura, the sync has happend). You don't need cloud connection to sync materials. Anyhow, please provide the full logs from Cura. The entries that you singled out are not the ones that are causing the problem. Furthermore, you can check what materials are installed by checking http://{YOUR PRINTER IP}/api/v1/materials in the browser.
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  6. Hello, im my case it was the white socket on the print head board. It was pulled out so that the pins lost contact. Hope that helps anyone. Cheers. Mazze
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  7. It will crash in the corner of the printer as the x y coordinates will be off. Sure I will share them this weekend some time.
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  8. C'est X qui a bougé (ou X est droite/gauche et Y avant/arrière sur une UM), ce qui correspond au décalage de ton plateau. Tes poulies sont a resserrer.
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  9. With regard to accuracy in the horizontal versus layer height, the problem is really akin to digital signal processing in that if the incoming signal contains frequencies that are higher than (1/2) the sampling frequency then the digitisation will be subject to aliasing errors. The analogy suggests that if the model's contour varies with z values with a greater frequency than twice the layer height then information is going to be lost when the model is sliced.
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  10. Thanks for your participation, the issue I described in the very first post was due to my personal value setting for the parameter "Slicing Tolerance", so no further investigation of a project file is required. For me personally I would still like to find an answer to the question why this parameter does not have a value for dimensional accuracy in all three directions simultaneously. Yeh true, although UM is already known for their relatively high level of "plug and play" machines, right? I guess the process of 3D printing inherently requires at least some knowledge on the topic, even with so called "plug and play" 3D printers.
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  11. This is so annoying, the issue still exists for the UM3 printer... You can reset the printer / cloud and add it again to the digital factory...but... geez... Come on Ultimaker! fix the missing clear printcue button for the UM3 Users in the cloud / digital factory!
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  12. I can confirm that the problem is there with an UM3 * Cura 4.6.1 * Firmware is 5.2.11.20190503 Just ran in the same symptoms than user @gmeardi, except I can not recall aborting a print job. Instead I had removed a job and forgot to confirm that I had it removed. It stood like that for a couple of hours. I reseted Cura Connect at the printer, then it rebooted and the blocking print in the queue was gone. With this I could continue to print.
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  13. Well, if i set the flow rate in Cura to 50% it uses exactly half of the material than at 100%. On 200% the amount of extruded material is doubled. I specifically used the "Creality Ender-3 Pro" definition - just to double-check. Hmm - seems to be not a Cura issue 🤷‍♂️
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