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  1. bagel-orb

    Now available: Ultimaker Cura 3.6 | Stable

    Please snooze your alarm, or shut it down completely. Support Infill Line Direction is still an option in Cura 3.6. Perhaps it was not visible because you didn't enable support.
  2. bagel-orb

    Now available: Ultimaker Cura 3.6 | Stable

    It is working for me. I first made the mistake of setting the infill pattern on the wrong extruder, though. Perhaps you made the same mistake. I'd like to add that the gyroid infill has some very interesting properties. - The gyroid infill acts like a spring. The force and amount of compression in mm seem to be related quite linearly. - The gyroid pattern splits the infill space into just two regions. Every hollow space is connected to half of the other hollow spaces. This makes it really easy if you want to fill the print in post-processing to give it more weight and to make it solid.
  3. bagel-orb

    How to infill every 2-3 layers?

    It seems to me that it is trying to fill a large volume from only the most north part. If your filament would have been liquid it could have filled all the cravices. You shouldn't be using Spaghetti infill on solid filaments; it's supposed to be used on liquid filaments. Please use Infill Thickness if you want to print infill only every couple of layers.
  4. bagel-orb

    Cannot get Cura to make a decent print on my UM2+

    I was replying to this user who is still on Cura 2.4
  5. bagel-orb

    Cannot get Cura to make a decent print on my UM2+

    Maybe you should consider updating to a newer Cura, rather than to Simplify3D. Cura 3.5 just came out. Cura 2.4 is rather old. Your problem may have been solved a long time ago
  6. bagel-orb

    New: Ultimaker Cura 3.5

    I'm not sure whether Simplify3D will make you more happy, though. The fact that it's paid doesn't mean it's better.
  7. bagel-orb

    New: Ultimaker Cura 3.5

    I just opened Cura 3.5.0 for the first time and I have no problems with the Dark UI...
  8. bagel-orb

    New: Ultimaker Cura 3.5

    I said it that way just to make clear that I don't want the export of the 3D model only in the 3mf file....
  9. bagel-orb

    New: Ultimaker Cura 3.5

    The feature is only enabled for Top/Bottom Pattern concentric and for infill pattern Cross. If you are not using those and you still have random lines in the gcode then you should definitely file a new bug, because that's a major bug. Please upload a curaprofile which shows the problem in a new issue at github.com/ultimaker/cura. We really need your .curaproject.3mf file to reproduce the bug and get rid of it once and for all.
  10. bagel-orb

    New: Ultimaker Cura 3.5

    Nah. Only that you're missing out on a new feature because it's buggy. The Connect Polygons feature was added recently, but I found out that it introduced bugs.
  11. bagel-orb

    New: Ultimaker Cura 3.5

    For now you can simply disable Connect Infill Polygons and Connect Skin Polygons
  12. bagel-orb

    New: Ultimaker Cura 3.5

    Same holds for fixing Connect Polygons https://github.com/Ultimaker/CuraEngine/pull/843
  13. bagel-orb

    New: Ultimaker Cura 3.5

    The process is as follows: First some feature or bugfix is implemented, then the code changes are reviewed, then other programmers test the feature/fix, after that there is a Cura testing team which tests the feature/fix and related functionality. At the very end of the line the whole system combination of Cura and Ultimaker machines are tested. On top of that there are automated test scripts which continuously test for some bugs. If at some point any of the tests above fails the issue is reverted to the original programmer. Don't assume that because you experienced a major bug that everybody is having that bug.
  14. bagel-orb

    New: Ultimaker Cura 3.5

    That's because we all have a lot of experience in writing Cura code. I have worked on Cura full time for 3 years, while the Cura team is growing and so it also has some people who are newer to the code base. Also the Cura team might take on tasks which are more challenging or more bug-prone.
  15. bagel-orb

    How to infill every 2-3 layers?

    Perhaps it is not a bug. It could be trying to fill a large infill region from a small island above that. Spaghetti infill was made for filaments which are especially fluid, so that the material can flow to the big regions below. The layer view doesn't handle it like that, though. Please attach a .curaproject file which produces the bug.
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