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  1. The setting Remove Mesh Intersection prevents meshes on multiple extruders from extruding in the same area. If you disable that, you can achieve toolpaths that cover the same area. Getting it to produce exactly the same paths could be tricky though. Need to make sure it has exactly the same settings everywhere, at the very least. With a post-processing script this is pretty doable. That would be the preferred solution in the end at least, but requires programming skills. If you really want to get into the code where this collision prevention is implemented, it'll be here: https://github.com/Ultimaker/CuraEngine/blob/master/src/multiVolumes.cpp . However implementing a post-processing script is likely going to be easier than making modifications there (and compiling CuraEngine afterwards).
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  2. Yes when it is really so cold then this is the better choice. I guess just covering the printer could work, but then you get maybe other problems when the difference between "outside" and "inside" the printer too high.
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  3. @friedl_basson Thanks a lot, really appreciate it. 🙂 Will give it a try.....
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  4. @Smithy- They are printed and they are great indeed. By far the better ones I have found so far. I scaled them to 50% as they are for small components, I have attached them for your convenience 🙂 Maybve scale the drawer 1% more, but depends on your printer I suppose. Regards, Friedl. CUBE_-_Modular_Organiser.zip
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  5. @Dan92 en modélisation oui il faut de la rigueur. Bien que ce soit fait par ordinateur, si il y a une erreur c'est parfois/souvent de la faute de la personne qui est devant son écran. Mais ça s'apprend au fur et à mesure malheureusement il n'y a pas encore de bouton magique pour sortir ce que l'on veut 🙂 C'est d'ailleurs pour cela que lorsque l'on me demande de modéliser un personnage, je ne peux pas le sortir pour 20€ au grand désarroi de certains ^^ Donc non seulement il faut de la rigueur mais aussi du temps, des tests, qui forgent l'expérience. @Nano-nc et @darkdvd, niveau cylindre, j'ai eu ma dose en faisant des reproductions de pièces de LEGO à l'école ...
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  6. Hi Karla The problem is the M1 Chip of your device. Cura is currently not compatible 100% with the M1. I have the same issue on a MacBook and iMac both M1. The older Intel Macs are working fine. As far as I understood, the root cause it not Cura itself but a library which is itself not ready for M1. And updating to the last version would break compatibility with older Mac OS versions. But the developers are aware of the issue and I am sure they find a solution.
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  7. Hi @friedl_basson, I could use this settings. Thanks Torgeir
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  8. Hello, in cold temperatures a cover on the printer can help. PLA likes it cool. But CPE not so much. In winter I like to help with adhesion with Magigo sticks and increase temperatures as @Dim3nsioneer suggested. Many greetings
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  9. If the ambient temperature at the printer location is indeed 7-10degC then you probably have found the cause of your printing issues. Please be aware that the official operating temperature for Ultimaker printers is 15-32degC. You can try closing the front as you did and increasing the bed temperature by 5-10deg. I would not close the top in an uncontrolled way as it might lead to temperature issues with some printer components.
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  10. Thanks for the feedback! Have you also changed the combing setting? If you haven't turned it off completely, you can try to set max comb distance to 8mm, this should help with the massive strings in the print.
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  11. lol! No I meant let it try to boot for at least 10 minutes. when you upgrade sometimes the upgrade procedure reads all your matieral profiles and translates them (or something) to the latest format for the latest firmware. That step can take 5 or 10 minutes for some reason. But seriously - severaly people have had problems with upgrades but when they power cycle the printer 2 or 3 more times suddenly it is working fine. I have no idea why.
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  12. The power supply has a lot of capacitors that store the energy and slowly release it after shutdown. So when you are too fast with the power cycle it happens that the electronics behind still get enough power from the capacitors to continue their work.
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