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  1. I tried to print my own support yesterday for the first time. First I drew 0.4mm thick ribs (ACAD 2015), but Cura wouldn't take them over. Only from 0.6mm thickness on they would appear in Cura, so I made them 0.8mm (2x nozzle size). Today, I tried to remove the support. It was OK-ish. However, it would be nice to have thinner attach points to the object, which would make it easier (possible) to break off the support. Next time I'll try to chamfer the support edges, but I'm not sure that it will work, considering the nozzle size/support thickness.
  2. Thanks Daid, I just found that topic too. I'm sorry for replying to an "old" topic, but I couldn't find the other ones and thought it would be better to reply to an existing topic than to start a new one. That been said, your solution indeed solved my problem for a 92h print. Thanks again.
  3. I have the very same problem. When I rescale the object to 80%, Cura finishes the slicing and gives a print job of 47h, but I just want the 100% scale which is 98x125x119mm (WxHxD) I tried the solution below, but it didn't change anything, except that my STl-file became 16MB instead of the 180MB before. http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/2912-curaengineexe-has-stopped-working/ The engine log shows the following. the step that freezes isn't shown in the log. Reading mesh from socket with 1036626 vertexes Analyzing and optimizing model... Vertex counts: 1036626 -> 145579 14.0% vMin: 65.815000 52.803000 0.000000 vMin: -49.185000 -59.697000 0.000000 Matrix: 1.000000 0.000000 0.000000 Matrix: 0.000000 0.000000 1.000000 Slicing model... Sliced model in 19.859s Generating layer parts... Generated inset in 207.669s any suggestions?
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