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  1. It is maybe a good idea to attache the project file here so that one is able to take a closer look.
  2. That's the place I used to look at https://github.com/smartavionics/Cura/releases
  3. There is a description file of all differences between original and Smartavionics version. Pls. see file README.md
  4. One possible explanation is the layer height is not matching with your model. You are able to verify this: Check how much layers you have and then look at your layer height settings, make the math and compare this with the real height of your model. Don't forget your first layer height - it is usually different to the normal layer height. (Count of layers-1)*layer height + initial layer height
  5. What is Cura telling you when you open the stl file? This looks like you have a problem with your model. Anyway, I like to add a thought I had as this happens in 95% of user requests for help here: It is good practice to attach a project file so that one who want to help can have a close look to your model and your slicer setup. Without this it is often not possible to give you an good answer, as most of people havn't a magic crystal ball. I too still try to find one. 🙂
  6. Hi, this is indeed looking weird. Can you share the project file as attachment?
  7. Ich hatte mich schon gewundert... Nachdem ich dein Modell geöffnet habe konnte man unschwer erkennen, dass dein Teil nicht wasserdicht ist. Mit welchem CAD hattest du dies gebaut? Schön, dass du deine Lösung gefunden hast. PS Papst, im CAD gibt es keine unbefleckte Empfängnis 😉
  8. Ist dies vielleicht nur die oberste Deckschicht der Nase? Die Ausbuchtung oben sieht im Vergleich zur linken Seite gut aus. Wäre zumindest ein Hoffnungsschimmer. Evtl. kannst du die Projektdatei in deinen Post einhängen? Ich würde, falls es dein Modell ist, die Nase etwas überarbeiten (und auch den spitzen Winkel zu einer Rundung innen zur Wand modifizieren). Deine "Nasen" scheinen sehr filigran zu sein.
  9. You need to integrate Cura manually as with each new major Cura version the place where it is installed is changing. Once you told Fusion where Cura was installed it will find this specific version. ... up to the next version :)
  10. These kind of parts should be printed more than one in a print as you will maybe don't have enough time for cooling an actual layer. Print slow (all speeds should be the same, except travel speed) and with small layer high. Looks like you also fight with over extrusion, maybe reduce flow a bit too.
  11. @mer10, a little bit late but maybe helpful in the future. Check if you had enable -->Support-->Use Towers. It is maybe worth to uncheck this if this problem happen with a design.
  12. You need to correct the position with platform_offset [x,z,y]. The offset starts in the center of the platform (eg. for a 300x300 build plate the start point is at x=150 y=150 and in addition you maybe need to offset the height too). Example for a 642x320 platform with 4 mm height (in addition for my glass surface) the offset is: "platform_offset": [-321, -4, 160],
  13. G0 F300 X150.07 Y116.084 Z6.2 Correct. Z is the axis you need to look at. The value is in mm. Regarding the layer count calculated, the count starts with layer 0 not with 1. 🙂
  14. Wenn es klackert, dann schiebst du entweder zu viel Material durch oder druckst nicht mit genügend Temperatur. Die richtige Einstellung der Steps würde ich an deiner Stelle prüfen und nicht dem Zufall überlassen. Wenn mich nicht alles täuscht, gibt Bondtech 415 Steps/mm für einen 1.8° Stepper an. Ist letztlich ja leicht zu überprüfen bzw. nachzurechnen. Weitere Problempunkte können eine verschmutzte Düse oder, je nach Hotend, der PEFE Schlauch sein. Ein weiterer Punkt wäre ein falsch eingestellter Retract, bei dem sich das Filament am PTFE-Schlauchende verdickt und dann irgendwann
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