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  1. I try to use a nozzle of 0.8mm and layer height is 0.4mm. Cura cannot generate raft. When I change layer height to 0.3mm, raft generated. The engine can generate raft when layer height below 0.3mm. Is that right?
  2. I try to use daid's version again because the new one need Microsoft VC 2015 .It's too big. I run package.sh on gitbash. And it show : make: Entering directory `D:/cura-development/Cura-SteamEngine/CuraEngine'make: Leaving directory `D:/cura-development/Cura-SteamEngine/CuraEngine'make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop. And in package.sh,it stop at: $MAKE -C CuraEngine VERSION=${BUILD_NAME} OS=Windows_NT CXX=${CXX} And I check some old version package.sh. It's mingw32-make -C CuraEngine VERSION=${BUILD_NAME} Then I turn to build engine.But I'm confused about the command $cmake .. Should I type some info instead ".."? This command can build some cmake folder,but type command "$make" show the same wrong info.
  3. Thanks for reply.I'm trying to change the gui and add some function.I use daid's version,and it cannot finish building the Engine. The new one you mentioned need Microsoft Visual C++. I'm not familiar with it. I will try this one after finishing downloading...
  4. I download from https://github.com/daid/Cura and use gitbash run package.sh It begin to download something and some PATH wrong,and i make it correct. But when it begin to build cura engine,i get info: Extracting comtypes-0.6.2.win32.exe Extracting ejectmedia.zip Win32 make: Entering directory `D:/cura-development/Cura-SteamEngine/CuraEngine' make: Leaving directory `D:/cura-development/Cura-SteamEngine/CuraEngine' make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop. I cannot find this info from package.sh .It only echo "Failed to build CuraEngine". I don't know what to do. Can somebody help me?
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