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  1. I've noticed that the link sent in the plain-text version of the "someone replied" email is just WRONG. The link in the html version of the email works. I tend to default to plain-text for safety, and I get tired of wild color/font usage in many html emails. html link: https://mandrillapp.com/track/click/30828961/community.ultimaker.com?p=eyJzIjoiNGM1Y0hxbFdCcW9kNXdtRF9VUTFfRFRMVXRFIiwidiI6MSwicCI6IntcInVcIjozMDgyODk2MSxcInZcIjoxLFwidXJsXCI6XCJodHRwczpcXFwvXFxcL2NvbW11bml0eS51bHRpbWFrZXIuY29tXFxcL3RvcGljXFxcLzMyNzgxLWN1cmEtbGluZS1zaXplLXZzLW9iamVjdC1zaXplXFxcLz9kbz1maW5kQ29tbWVudCZjb21
  2. So, for a solid object (no infill), it must underflow at some point? a 5mm wide object, using a 0.4mm nozzle, is 12.5 nozzles wide. If I have the walls set to 7 lines wide. what happens?
  3. If I'm printing a piece that is 5mm wide, and using a 0.4mm nozzle and line width. How wide is the resulting object? is it 0.2mm larger or smaller than designed? or does Cura do some trick to make it the correct size?
  4. These are the ones I finally ended up with for the SnapMaker A350. Though I'm probably going to drop the "G28" from the Start code - as the SnapMaker does a quick calibration on every print and leaves the head in a known location.
  5. And I just figured out why it won't let me change the values. On my PC, the "-" char is being displayed as a blank, so I didn't realize you had to enter the values as negative. That is a WEIRD bug.
  6. Assuming I understood the requirements - there is a problem. Cura won't let me change the X min and Y min values. I enter a new number, and it changes it back to the old number.
  7. Thanks. That last one is still somewhat confusing. I think it means that if the head is all the way down, so the nozzle is just touching the build plate, the distance between the build plate and the Gantry that supports the print head, correct? hmm, on a SnapMaker, the Gantry is behind the printhead, not above it. Might that be a problem? Yeah, I probably won't use the One-At-A-Time mode, but I'd still like to have the values correct.
  8. I'm trying to setup a custom machine for my SnapMaker A350. I haven't been able to figure out what values to use for "Printhead Settings", and haven't found any documentation on them.
  9. Thanks, for some reason that just hadn't registered in my head. My previous uses of Tree Supports were on models with lots of overhangs.
  10. I have a large model that has several odd brackets on top that do need supports. These brackets do NOT extend out beyond the edges of the large block they are on top of. When I turn on Tree Supports - the supports start at the baseplate, extend all the way up beside the model, then finally curve in to support the brackets. Why don't they start at the top of the main block of the model instead?
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