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About erri

  • Birthday 01/01/2016

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  1. Hi @neotko, can you explain this a bit more? What's that "automatic interpolation" the stepper driver is doing? Some links to more information about this?
  2. Hi, this one calls CuraEngine with the parameters from printer- and material profiles: https://ultimaker.com/en/community/35622-curaengine-command-line-use-cura-profiles-instead-of-s-options
  3. Updated the script, replaced ContainerRegistry with CuraContainerRegistry. @@Nallath: The value for *infill_overlap* is not resolved/evaluated (neither by using ContainerRegistry nor by using CuraContainerRegistry): infill_overlap = =10 if infill_sparse_density < 95 and infill_pattern != 'concentric' else 0 I think this code has to be evaluated somehow before it gets passed over to curaEnginge? Any hints?
  4. @nallath: Thanks for the tip, i will look into this.
  5. Hi, i have written a python program cura-engine-wrapper.py that reads the slicing parameters from Cura machine and quality/material profiles and calls CuraEngine with them to slice a model (stl file). You can overwrite specific profile parameters on the command line and there are some additional use cases like listing available Cura containers/profiles or dumping the parameters of a given profile. You can find it here: http://github.com/ErwinRieger/ddprint/tree/master/scripts. More information here: http://ibrieger.de/cura-engine-wrapperpy-helper-to-call-curaengine-from-command-line.html.
  6. Of course i can copy it from cura.log... But i am looking for a more integrated/elegant way, something that is more 'single source'. Problem is, for example, if i change the machine/profile in cura, i have to remember all places (scripts, Makefiles) where this profile is used (hardcoded settings) and have to update them by hand... This is duplicated and error-prone work. I would like to avoid such hardcoded settings and instead reference the cura profiles at theese places.
  7. Hi, i'm working with Cura (2.3.1) under linux. I have created a custom UM2 machine profile and some material/quality profiles. Slicing with the Cura GUI is going well. Now i want to atomate things, i.e. i want to use CuraEngine (from a Makefile) to slice my STL files into gcode. To do this i would have to use many "-s" commandline options to specify the non-default slicer options (a look into cura.log reveals that it is calling CuraEngine with about 330 "-s" options, for example). Now the question is: Is it possible to use the Cura(-GUI) generated profiles (.cfg files stored in HOME/.local/share/cura) instead of listing them one by one on the CuraEngine command line? It seems that there is no commandline option to specify Cura profiles :-( Or is there some other way like generating a list of "-s" options from the Cura profiles?
  8. I assume that "jedi-marlin" is the firmware that is running on the "atmega board" (jedi.hex). The name suggests that it is Marlin based. If so, where ist the source code?
  9. @Thor666 - Are you kidding?Please show me pictures/videos of such a 15mm³/s with 0.4 nozzle print and/or its results... To the original question: I want to see pictures/videos of such a 24mm³/s print and/or its results. I want more information about the used model and parameters to be able to repeat this test.
  10. Thanks for your info. Filament was the blue ultimaker PLA?
  11. @gr5: Can you show a picture of the result of such a 18mm³/s print?
  12. You printed with 18mm³/s on a UM2? Which feeder and nozzle did you use?
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