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DivingDuck

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  1. A lesson for young nerd's ... https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/mufz/1.1?topic=files-character-separated-value-csv-reports I know, I'm old because I use to know about IBM 😁
  2. @ahoeben, I know 🙂 . My intention was to mention there are updated versions of Printrun at Github available. I use Printrun regularly with one of my printers for big print jobs via USB (usually running a couple of days). Creative Creality 😂, I like this wording play. As they use Marlin firmware, is this then maybe a "creative" Marlin issue too. My personal thinking about this is that Ultimaker should eliminate this functionality for Cura if they don't want to use/support it. Anyway, I don't want to dig in the USB discussion.
  3. @ahoeben, little correction, Printrun have newer releases as release candidates (same as Sli3r). 🙂
  4. You need to wait for an update of this plugin if it is for Cura 4.9 Beta
  5. Sorry I didn't became an email from the forum. @Jim8163, that's correct, our systems are running quite good and this is why I gave you the hint in good faith. Anyway, please ignore my comment. Have a nice day, DD
  6. Sure it did. I use it quite often and did it just a few minutes ago.
  7. ...well known for Solidworks files. E.g. look for "The facet normals at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STL_(file_format) or search in Solidworks forum for "facet normal problem".
  8. Hi @Flying_Roger, No, this is Tree support (I guess). It should be something like "utiliser la tour" (Google translation) The one I mean is, if you have activate Support with Structure = Normal (pic CuraSupportOn) and then go the entries for support down to the end you will find an entry called "Use Towers". This is activated by default (pic CuraUseTowersOff). Deactivate this and see if this will improve your slicing. It is maybe possible that you don't see this entry. Activate show all settings on the right of the search bar. And as @GregValiant alread
  9. @Flying_Roger, a little bit to late, but maybe helpful. There is a setting that forces this problem sometimes for some of my models: Support ->Use Towers If this is activated try with uncheck it for this model.
  10. Ich mache es seit vielen Jahren wie @Smithy. Drucke fast ausschließlich auf Glas. Den Tipp mit dem Spülmittel kann ich ebenfalls nur bestätigen. Spiritus und Isopropylalkohol ist aus meiner Erfahrung eher nicht das Wahre bei Glas. Die Glasplatte mit heißem Wasser und Spülmittel ordentlich reinigen, mit Wasser nachspülen und mit einem sauberen Abtrockentuch abtrocknen. Übrigens, die Kombi Abrockentuch mit Weichspüler gewaschen ist ebenfalls eine nette Fehlerquelle, an die man selten denkt und mich mal fast verzweifeln ließ. Ich drucke auf einer so präparierten Glasplatte (Klebestift mit n
  11. ... und statt satt auftragen nimm wenig. Viel hilft hier nur dem Verkäufer von Stick und Filament und nicht dem Druckobjekt ..
  12. You maybe can play a bit with print speed / temperature / fan speeds for your last layers. With such walls at the end of a print the usual settings may not work well and the adhesion will come weak because of not consistent filament temperature.
  13. Search Settings: Fuzzy Edit: You're right.
  14. I had imported that file in Fusion. I make a lot with Fusion and the errors this file have are quite unusual for an Fusion export. This looks like an imported and modified Mesh. Some of the manipulations did not went well.
  15. Seems, you don't model up the smallest part for printing 🙂 : Your dimensions are 1,24m x 96,06cm x 3,85m = 1240mm x 960,6mm x 3850 mm. Guess, your model is based on imperial units. Cura's world is in metric units and not imperial units. There are 3 ways to solve your problem: a) You can switch your base unit in Fusion to get an STL export in mm (best solution). b) You can add the plugin "Barbarian Units" from Marketplace for doing the conversion. c) You can scale it. (what Cura have already done to fit to your plate). In addition, the ori
  16. Maybe you need to check your printer setup in Cura. -->Preferences -->Printers -->Machine Settings -->Heated Bed
  17. Vielleicht hilft dir dies bei der Selektion weiter 🙂 https://www.kern.de/de/richtwerttabelle
  18. Was bedeutet "zu hohe Temperaturen entstehen da nicht"? Filamente sind da sehr unterschiedlich. Da die Infos nicht wirklich ausreichend sind, versuche ich eine allgemeine Antwort. Wahrscheinlich wäre ein Filament auf Basis ABS ein möglicher Kandidat. Erhöhter Temperaturbereich, gut elektrisch isolierend und zäh.
  19. Du zäumst das Pferd von hinten auf. Vielleicht solle zuerst mal definieren was du eigentlich wie isolieren willst. Um es mal anders auszudrücken, für ein Volt Gleichspannung kannst du auch einen Fingernagel als Isolierung nehmen, oder? Ich denke du weißt auf was die Frage zielt 😉
  20. Ich denke, auf die richtige Endung des Dateinamen hast du schon geachtet. Weitere Möglichkeiten wären: Evtl. Sonderzeichen im Dateinamen (z.B. äöüß_#), die der Drucker nicht mag. Manche Drucker haben auch mit der Länge der Dateinamen eine Begrenzung.
  21. It's maybe also a good idea to check Cura's log files whether there was an error or warning during processing the model.
  22. It is maybe a good idea to attache the project file here so that one is able to take a closer look.
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