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  1. I signed up just to say thank you so much. 4.7.1 fixed this for me. Much appreciated!
    3 points
  2. Holes like to come out undersized. The plastic is viscous enough that it gets dragged towards the center as it extrudes. @gr5 calls it the "Snot Factor" and the smaller the hole the worse it is. Under "Shell" you'll find "Hole Horizontal Expansion" and it will get you much closer. It is an offset setting and so it acts on the radius. Your diameters are off by about .8 so set the Hole Horizontal Expansion to .4mm. Another thing - is that image of the part accurate as to the resolution of the STL file? Check in TinkerCad and see if there is an option for a higher resolution when i
    2 points
  3. We appreciate that, since Wifi connectivity was a big determining factor in our purchase here at the our shop.
    1 point
  4. Zwischen den Cura von vor 4-5 Jahren bis heute hat sich die Oberfläche stark geändert. Das Umschalten zwischen den Ansichten ist oberhalb der Druckansicht im dunkelblauen Balken zu finden. Zuvor muss man Slicen (wenn das nicht automatisch geschieht) Unten rechts ist dazu eine Schaltfläche die Slicen / Speichern / Drucken(..) beinhalten kann.
    1 point
  5. Generell ist es immer hilfreich wenn du das Video von dem du sprichst verlinken könntest. Am besten mit Zeitangabe. Aber zum Anzeigen der Schichten. Ich hab zwar noch 4.6 aber Generell muss du nach dem Slicen auf Vorschau gehen um in die Schichtansicht zu wechseln. Dann kannst du mit dem Balken rechts duch die Einzelnen schichten "wandern" Aufpassen das der Balken nicht durch die Einstellungen verdeckt wird
    1 point
  6. a complete working example was uploaded here:
    1 point
  7. It's quite weird. Until now, I've always had problems like this. But the 5.8 version seems to work fine for me. Exception: I still have connection interruptions (Ethernet) in both CURA and DF. And when you switch, a lot of material is still wasted. But it must be like that. Roli
    1 point
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  9. OK I found a solution/hack: I cura under "Build Plate Adhesion" add a "Skirt" using the extruder you want to have for the textlayer. This material will be printed first for the skirt and therefore first for your textlayer.
    1 point
  10. When printing multiple objects there are two modes for cura: "print-at-once" and "one-at-a-time". Your post is confusing me because you are mixing your definition with the cura definition (I think - or maybe not - like I said - confusing). So I'll try to answer the question both ways: If you do print-all-at-once it will print one layer of each object then repeat over and over and all the objects will be done at the same time. It shouldn't matter what order because the head can't hit the other objects, right? The order changes on every level change anyway for example if you print 10 things
    1 point
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