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  1. Same here, my brother removed the "at: {day} {date} {time}" on his setup and it works fine again! Thanks!
  2. My system language is english, but I use the Swiss-french time and date setting. On a freshly installed system project-planner works again. If it starts acting strange I'll try removing the gcode you mentioned. Thanks for the support!
  3. Thanks for the tip. This is what I get in the terminal once its stops: Choucroute:Cura lc$ /Applications/Cura/Cura.app/Contents/MacOS/Cura Choucroute:Cura lc$ /Applications/Cura/Cura.app/Contents/Resources/Cura/util/mesh.py:69: RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in divide normals[:,0] /= lens/Applications/Cura/Cura.app/Contents/Resources/Cura/util/mesh.py:70: RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in divide normals[:,1] /= lens/Applications/Cura/Cura.app/Contents/Resources/Cura/util/mesh.py:71: RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in divide normals[:,2] /= lensException in t
  4. Strange still no sucsess even after removing pref and re-installing cura. It really stops slicing after the first object and says "it took xx secondes to export the file." with a progression bar half way there. How can I run cura in terminal? This week-end I'm doing a clean system install anyway it might help.
  5. So I found a quick workaround. Login as a guest install a fresh copy of cura and sice. This will only work for the first slice and I cannot open the preference panel. After that I need to delete the guest user and login as a new one in order to slice again… strange. Maybe it has to do with the preference file? I cannot find where it is saved.
  6. Since 1 week project planner stops after slicing the first element of a group. It doesn't matter what I'm slicing. I have had the problem on another Mac. I tried saving to another folder (i.e. desktop) It seems that the windows version is not affected. Config: Mac OS X 10.8.2 Cura 12.11 (fresh install)
  7. Here is a little story where an Ultimaker helped build 400 scale model of an architecture project. http://www.leocollomb.ch/3d-print-400-m ... arliament/ Long life to Ultimakers!
  8. Nice do you know if the heated bed was also available as a kit to install on older ultimaker?
  9. I'm looking to install a heated bed on my ultimaker as well. But I have no idea where to start. So I'm very interested to know if someone successfully did it and if so if he/she would be kind enough to share how? I'm thinking to order the following pieces and then try to assemble them: -MK2 heated bed -thermistor such as EPCOS -Could someone advise me on what type of external alimentation is needed? -I'm still not getting how the heat is controlled?
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