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seriousCADninja

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  1. Yea! This is really useful! Thank you! I am looking forward to try it out. When is the new version getting released? Also another question/ request. The new cura is very powerful with many settings. Can the UI (User interface) be configure that each setting heading (material, travel,...) is of a different color? It will be more ergonomic to spot each section faster. Thanks again!
  2. Hi there, I know there are 3 types of travel options. Combing ON Combing OFF No skin Is it possible to retract but still the travel move be confined with-in the part? Looking forward for your advice! Thank you advance!
  3. Hello, Thank you for your input! I think too is the best solution for this type of situations. I will try it too. Thank you.
  4. Hi, I have recently run into big problems when trying to print an object with no infill and a "specific" 1.2mm wall thickness. As you see from the images Cura goes crazy and generated a ton of unnecessary moves making a print that is junk... On the other hand Sli3r manages to make very clean print due to better toolpath. Please let me know is there a setting that I have not found yet in Cura to handle this kind of geometries what am I doing wrong? Thank's Machine i3 prusa style Nozzle 0.4mm Material PLA Cura 3.2
  5. Hi, I have recently run into big problems when trying to print an object with no infill and a specific 1.2mm wall thickness. As you see from the images Cura goes crazy and generated a ton of unnecessary moves making a print that is junk... On the other hand Sli3r manages to make very clean print due to better toolpath. Please let me know is there a setting that I have not found yet in Cura to handle this kind of geometries what am I doing wrong? Thank's Machine i3 prusa style Nozzle 0.4mm Material PLA Cura 3.2
  6. Hey hello there! Really nice idea! How is it going any news about the prototype? I am eager to see the results!
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