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  1. See my post here for my settings and a video. http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/8506-anyone-got-any-tips-for-printing-when-the-first-layer-has-lots-of-tiny-part/?p=86450
  2. I just found raft to be very usefull for a good first layer every time and even with a lot of small details in the first layer. My raft settings peel of really easy for my PLA. Maybe not with other brands. I use raft every time now. Okay i waste some pla on the raft, but all my prints works on the first layer. My settings is like this. Extra margin = 5.0 Line spacing = 2.0 Base thickness = 0.35 Base line width = 1.0 Interface thickness = 0.25 Interface line width = 0.4 Airgap = 0.215 First layer airgap = 0.0 (why both airgap and firstlayer airgap?) Surface layers = 2 Surface layer
  3. You can oneclick install it here http://software.opensuse.org/package/Cura It's the one under the repo "home:Kenzu:3d-print" Hope you enjoy it.
  4. I think you need to compile it your self. Look here for instructions https://github.com/daid/Cura#debian-and-ubuntu-linux One problem I see is that it's for i386 or amd64, a raspberry pi is ARMv6, so I think you need to edit package.sh and add ARMv6 support. I the top add this to the list of build targets #BUILD_TARGET=debian_armv6 And then after this add a new build target ############################# # Debian 64bit .deb ############################# if [ "$BUILD_TARGET" = "debian_amd64" ]; then export CXX="g++ -m64" A LOT CODE REMOVED HERE FOR BETTER VIEW ####
  5. okay, this i kind of bad :-( Hope Daid will respond to this. But nice catch.
  6. Nice, but could you please enable builds for 12.04 precise to?
  7. I works fine i KISSlicer for me. I only use 0.075mm z-lift. And for me a small spike is better than a long drag-line.
  8. If just cura did a small z-lift on non-printing moves. Like 0.1-0.2mm then it would make a nice finish.
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