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  1. Hi guys, I'm trying to print this object but can't get cura to print it in a different way, it always do the outer circle shell then the inner one and fills up with material in between, but is doing the inner circle in mid air and i cant use support because the lower hole is the same size so it's imposible to remove, also i don't want to deal with support it almost doubles the print time, is there a setting i can change to make this print possible?
  2. Hi guys, I'm trying to print this object but can't get cura to print it in a different way, it always do the outer circle shell then the inner one and fills up with material in between, but is doing the inner circle in mid air and i cant use support because the lower hole is the same size so it's imposible to remove, also i don't want to deal with support it almost doubles the print time, is there a setting i can change to make this print possible?
  3. yes, but is there a way to make it slow down gradually since the object is getting heavier?, lets says the travel speed starts at 150mm/s at the begining of the print, but make it 60mm/s at the end gradually going from 150 to 60 in the course of the print
  4. Hi everyone, i notice that in cura whenever i print large/heavy objects speeds up movements in non-printing status, so if the nozzle has to go from one corner to the other it goes somehow way to fast even though my printing speed is at default 60mm/s, this makes the printer miss steps once the object is getting heavier since there is more inertia and also i have a glass bed so it's worst, i have no issue with small lightweight prints, any help would be appreciated since my print failed twice, it got a layer shift half the way through twice in the same spot and its a 29 hour print so very frust
  5. Hi everyone, I was printing a hub where the fan blades of a jet engine mount on but had an issue with the inner part of it, i added brim since without it the first layer started to lift in a one of the sharp corners, but the problem is that in the middle there is a gap between the outer part of the object and had trouble with adhesion in there so i was wondering if there is a way to add brim in the entire first layer including the center, kind of like a raft but just one layer, here is a pic of what i mean I'm having problems in this center ring. even with brim enable in cura only applies
  6. The thing is Microsoft offers a package of redistributables from 2015 to 2019 in a single file which cura installer seems not to detect the C++ 2015 installation files. The only way to run cura in my computer (and many other people with the same problem) is to install the redistributable that is included in the installation file from cura, but the only way to do it is uninstalling all newer versions of redistributables then i am stuck trying to open other software that need newer versions, and if i try to install the package from Microsoft it deletes the previous version i installed from cura
  7. @nallath, the version used in cura it's so out dated, check this https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2977003/the-latest-supported-visual-c-downloads
  8. Nallath! i tried the beta version and still wont open up, please tell the developers to update cura to work with latest version of Microsoft c++ redistributables!! Remember what microsoft said! "That is a Cura issue and has nothing to do with Microsoft. They must write their programs to work with Visual Studio or Net Frameworks, not the other way around. Microsoft just provides these as programming tools."
  9. One of the admins said that in cura 4.4 will be a patch for those who still cannot open cura for a compatibility issue with their '' Microsoft C++ redistributable'' developers of cura never update the codes to work with newer versions of C++ redistributables
  10. Awesome, i just talked to a microsoft advisor from microsoft forums and they said that it was that the problem, they told me that cura needs to have a patch to be used with newer versions of microsoft c++ 2015 redistributable. This is what they said: That is a Cura issue and has nothing to do with Microsoft. They must write their programs to work with Visual Studio or Net Frameworks, not the other way around. Microsoft just provides these as programming tools.
  11. it works consistently for me. Each distributable has 2 versions! x64 and x86. make sure you uninstall all 4. Go to control panel>uninstall a program> then look for any version of microsoft c++ newer than the 2015 and uninstall, after that just to be sure restart your pc, then install the 2015 version and restart again, cura should not have any issues after that it worked on my laptop as well. let me know if it works!
  12. Hey guys, i'm new to the 3d printing world and i've learned a lot this week so far, but here is my first design (A bong) haha.. so my problem is that is a cone at first then the up pipe is a hollow cilinder, but cura wants to start that layer from the inner part which is not possible since there is not support and i can't use any because it would be unremovable and it would not work also because that's where the water will be and smoke wouldn't pass thru. how can i make cura start this layer from the outer part so it can hook to the cone?
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