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  1. Key23D

    5 nozzel count

    Thank you for your time and effort! Cheers, Roman van der Rijt Key23D
  2. Key23D

    5 nozzel count

    I saw this post yesterday already https://ultimaker.com/en/community/7493-5-extruders. It's from july 2014 where Daid said he was working on rewriting the GUI code. Do you happen to know anything about this? Cheers, Roman van der Rijt Key23D
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    5 nozzel count

    Hello, I have a 5 nozzel printer here, RoVa3D from ORD Solutions to be exact, and I have some problems getting all of the nozzels to work in one print. Before I started using Cura I used Slic3r + Pronterface, in Slic3r I was able to make 5 colour prints but in Cura it seems to crash right as I load in the fifth part of the print. The maximum amount of nozzels I got to work and print perfectly are 4. The reason I started to use Cura is because of it's quality, I never got a nice looking print from Slic3r. I was wondering if anyone knows a way to work around this issue, I am probably not going to use the fifth nozzel too much but it would be great if I got it to work. Kind regards, Roman van der Rijt Key23D
  4. Key23D

    5 extruders?

    Hello Daid and CreativeWolf, I also have the same printer as CreativeWolf, the RoVa3D with 5 nozzels. I have been trying to optimize the printer and a couple days ago I resigned to Cura instead of Slic3r + pronterface. In the newest version of Cura, 15.04.4, I can select that my printer has 5 nozzels, but as soon as I try to do that Cura feezes. The max amount of nozzels I can get to work are 4 and that works without a problem. Do you know if there is a way to get all the 5 nozzels to work? Kind regards, Roman van der Rijt Key23D
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