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  1. Any ideas from anyone are highly appreciated. I hoped maybe you could chime in @smartavionics if you have a minute? I think you're the de-facto resident forum experts on shells, wall overlaps, and such things. PS: S3D and Slic3r dont't do this and print the model just fine.
  2. Hi, Please help me understand. I make a model with a shell exactly 1.2mm thick. I use .4mm nozzle with .4mm wall. Yet, Cura tries to fit in two inner walls, or at least moves twice in the inner space (not marked as travel move). Even though: - combing is off - and I even turned on outer wall before inner with minimum wall flow it 100% - compensate wall overlap is off What gives? Thanks! This produced ugly blobs on my print and I really can't get rid of them (This is an edge case. I normally have no issue with blobs, even though I u
  3. I have not checked, but this may extend into the Sura Settings Guide Plugin; may be worth checking.
  4. On this page https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/52343-shell The Filter out tiny gaps description is wrong. It says Filter out tiny gaps Some gaps between walls are so small that the extra travel path is not worth the extra extrusion to compensate for it. Enable this feature to fill those minuscule gaps anyway, if needed. But it should be Filter out tiny gaps Some gaps between walls are so small that the extra travel path is not worth the extra extrusion to compensate for it. Disable this feature to fill those minuscule gaps anywa
  5. Puzzling times. The dividing with a zero was a bit of a wishful hack, when I was not able to make the IF statement work... Yet. No errors (with any of the mentioned constructs - including the dividing by zero) The only thing log tells me when I switch the temperature is 2018-07-12 07:32:52,134 - DEBUG - [MainThread] cura.Machines.MachineErrorChecker._rescheduleCheck [129]: New error check scheduled. 2018-07-12 07:32:52,584 - INFO - [MainThread] cura.Machines.MachineErrorChecker._setResult [181]: Error check finished, result = False, time = 0.5s --- After embarrassingly
  6. Awesome stuff @ahoeben. That works, and I understand. Python strings all the way! However, something still eludes me. The following examples do not work even though in a regular python shell I see no issues. 1. If statement "'cool' if material_bed_temperature > 0 else 'very cool'" - I actually use a similar construct in a cfg quality profile with no issues. I'm not sure why it would not work here. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 2. moar math "'M190 S' + str(floor(45*material_bed_temperature/material_bed_temperature))" - This should evaluate to 0 if the material_bed_temperature i
  7. @ghostkeeper I'm very much interested in this. How would you use the 'value' property in place of the 'default_value' ? (in a printer definition file) This does not work (cura crashes on startup) "machine_start_gcode": { "value": "G29 P" + str(int(machine_width/25)) }, and this does not work either (not that surprisingly) "machine_start_gcode": { "default_value": "G29 P" + str(int(machine_width/25)) }, The question is... what would work? Thanks!
  8. Fascinating discussion @ghostkeeper. It sounds like in software theory none of this should matter, but because of the way filament flows and swells, the 'larger' nozzle slightly smears the 0.35mm lines and may blend better. I don't really get it though. Cura wise, is there any difference between setting the nozzle diameter to 0.35 and setting the line width to 0.35? (for nozzle of 0.4mm in reality). Also, what about the the case when I set the line width to 0.45 (nozzle is 0.4)? The slight overextrusion should also force lines to blend more, or not? I am still missing a piece of thi
  9. There's no GUI for this. You'll either have to edit your machine def. json or give a shot to the new Printer Settings Plugin
  10. Thanks for posting all this
  11. Finally, I published a short blog post on this. With a few screenshots and a rationale behind why one may want to do this. A bit more accessible to people who are not used to thinking this way. End of this story. Tadaaa.
  12. Thanks. Very useful @nallath. I can confirm that I can now modify the profiles! Howto modify a .curaprofile Open the .curaprofile as a zip archive modify the files re-compress the files ONE WAY: a bit convoluted way to do this with no 3rd party software rename the profile to `profile.zip` instead of `profile.curaprofile` extract the files edit them re-compress into a new .zip archive rename to .curaprofile again. done ANOTHER WAY: simpler, but you need to install the open source
  13. I'm on Mac. I have tried Atom, Sublime Text, TextEdit... If I make any change to an exported curaprofile, then the re-import fails. I get "Errno 22, invalid argument" Is there any special encoding or line ending or something that gets messed up? Thanks for any pointers!
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