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  1. Right now you can set a layer/height for this, but I would like to be able to set a time. Marlin will hault my printer with a thermal runaway error when the fans ramp up too quickly, because obviously the nozzle gets cooled as well. So having a fixed ramp up time option would make a lot of sense to me. Each print/settings change has different layer times and I have to decide everytime if setting it to layer n is slow enough. I'm not sure if gcode allows you to measure time, but it wouldn't have to be that accurate - repeatability is way more important. I just want to be able to find a value that will work reliably.
  2. GeraldKleewein

    Ultimaker Cura 3.6.0 Schichtansicht

    Hallo, ich bin ziemlich neu noch in der 3D Druckerei, hab mich bisher eigentlich auch recht gut (auch wenn es schwierig war) zurechtgefunden, aber jetzt stoße ich schon auf ein Problem was ich nicht wirklich lösen kann, nämlich wie ich in meinem Cura Programm in der Schichtansicht, die Schichten eben rauf und runterziehen kann, dieser Balken auf der Seite fehlt bei mir, und ich hab auch ein anderes Cura installiert, am Programm kann es also nicht liegen, bitte um Hilfe, ich muss nämlich was einstellen, deswegen brauch ich diese Schichten, Gruß Gerald
  3. I have a couple questions related to this thread from 2015, where there is a discussion of the nearest neighbor algorithm used to determine the order in which polygons are printed. Ghostkeeper comments: "The first is the order in which to draw polygons, which includes infill and walls and such. For these it first finds the point on each polygon that is closest to the starting position of the path. Then it treats the polygons as points so it can execute a simple nearest neighbor algorithm: Just keep going to whichever polygon is nearest to your current position that you haven't visited yet." 1.) Is this still how the Cura software determines the order in which to print polygons on a layer-by-layer basis? 2.) I am confused by Ghostkeeper's statement and would like clarification. After the slicing step, Cura knows all of the intersection points (or nodes) that the slicing plane made with the model, and it also knows which points are grouped together into polygons. It also knows the order in which the points in each polygon need to be printed, but the actual printing of the loop doesn't matter because the loop starts and ends at the same point. Does Ghostkeeper truly mean that, (a) for each layer, given some starting point, all loops are represented by the point on the loop that is closest to the initial starting point, proceeding with a simple nearest neighbor solution? Or does it mean that, (b) for a given starting point, all nodes on all untraversed polygons are checked for the smallest distance from the starting point, then representing that second polygon as a single point at the node, and so on and so forth until there are no polygons left? If (a), it seems like this solution would be highly dependent on starting node, so how is the starting node picked? Does the algorithm cycle through all potential starting nodes? If (b), I think this would make more sense and yield a better answer, but be potentially costly in testing each "current point's" distance from every node in every other untraveled polygon. 3.) Finally, if the bit of code isn't too large, or there is a comment directly in the code that explains it further, could someone provide that in the comments, along with what file it's located in? I am writing an academic paper for that has a small section in which I would like to cite how one or more popular tool path generation programs solve this problem for the 3D printing use-case.
  4. Howdy y'all. ? I run the Texas A&M University College of Architecture MakerPlace (it's a mouthful... we just call it the MakerPlace) and we bought six Ultimaker S5s to further expand our printing capabilities here. Now we have eighteen UM3s, six S5s, two Fusion3 F400-Ss and three FormLabs Form 2s. There are also two industrial-type machines that I do not directly manage but often have to talk to students/customers about: Stratasys Eden and a 3D Systems Projet 460 Plus. We're (the MakerPlace) quite new still and the purpose of the space seems to change week by week. When first I started here, the MakerPlace had a FlashForge Dreamer, a MakerBot Replicator 5th Gen, a MakerBot Replicator 2 and a Cube Trio. Half of them were down at any given point and when it was time for finals, we had students wait up to 3 weeks to get their 3D prints because of how backed up we were. Right now, we serve the students of our college and the main way people outside the college hears about us is through word of mouth. We also have a few other services that any maker space should such as vinyl cutting, tool rental and tons of table space to work. In the future, I hope we will have more specialized tools in the space like an Inventables Carvey or similar. The college has two other spaces that encompass the rest of what students need to make projects: the Woodshop and the FabLab (AKA the Ranch). The Woodshop is a large space with hand tools and power tools galore with 7 laser cutters while the Ranch has the huge tools like a new HAAS CNC machining tool, 2 full size CNC routers, CNC plasma cutting, a CNC water jet and a small warehouse that faculty members rent for XL projects. Now back to 3D printing... In the Fall of 2017 we printed around 50kg and Spring 2018 we printed closer to 80kg. We mostly print in PLA or PLA blends with the occasional co-polyester or composite blend in there. We get a lot of our filament from a supplier down the street from us, Essentium Materials. They've been a fantastic partner to work with! We use an in-house built queue (the "Dashboard") and 3DPrinterOS internally to manage the 18 UM3s and we're waiting for the S5s to be integrated into their software. Students bring us their STL files that they modeled in Revit, Rhino (most popular), or SketchUp. Then we do a little consultation to make sure their 3D print will come out like they want it and then we queue them up. Most of the time, models fit on the UM3. But last semester (spring 2018) we found that we had a line out the (virtual) door for prints on the Fusion3 printers. Next thing I knew, the S5 was announced and I knew we'd be expanding this summer, so I pitched it. The addition of the six Ultimaker S5 3D printers not only gives us more printers to run more jobs on, but we also have an increased capacity for larger jobs that would normally have to queue for the Fusion3. We've had the S5s for around 3 weeks now and they've certainly impressed me. Here's some thoughts about a few things... "What's in the box": The packaging for the S5s was pretty nice, but I think the UM3 did it better with zip tying the linear rods together to prevent shifting that happened to two of the S5s I recieved. I had to realign linear rods on my last two machines which turns out is not that difficult but I still had to do it. The Aluminum plate is not included yet which is fine by me as we primarily print in PLA that only needs some purple glue stick on glass to print well. The Tough PLA that comes with the printer is really easy to print with and comes off the bed nicely. I printed several large things (around 18 hour prints) with no supports to begin testing how well it does for long prints and the material looks great. And it also comes with a 750g spool of PVA. I prefer the 350g spools as we live in central Texas and currently the humidity inside is 47%. (PVA (and PLA for that matter) does not like high-humidity environments.) It regularly goes above 50% and it's just lovely. ? On that note, I store filament in dry-boxes with a bunch of loose silica beads in the bottom which gets down below 15% RH. I don't know specifically how low it goes as the sensors I got on Amazon only go down to 15%! Ha. I also have a PrintDry system which I use to dry out filament that's left out for a few days. Print quality: I have seen and expect these to print very similarly to the UM3 on every front and every combination of materials (PLA/PVA/Breakaway/etc). We typically print at 0.2mm layers for speed but go down to 0.1mm layers as needed by the models. The Form2s print at 0.1mm regularly and go down to 0.025mm as needed. About 50% of the architectural models we print are massings printed at 0.2mm layers and around 80mm/s that the students print in white PLA and sometimes go sand/finish in their studios. We have had a small number of failed prints on the S5 so far, several of which were because of the bug in 5.0.13 firmware that caused some false-positives in the flow sensor. I have not had any clogged nozzles yet nor "spaghetti" parts. I do not consider these printers to be "fast" by any means. The Fusion3's default speed in Simplify3D is 100mm/s and I turned up the speed in Cura for the S5 to 70-80mm/s both at 0.2mm layers and turn up the temperature +10-15C. It makes a big difference. I haven't tested how fast they could print if I turned both speed and temp. up a lot, though. The students need consistency and I found that changing a few things in the "Fast" profile and basically renaming it "Super Fast" cuts off a lot of time and some material usage. Saves money and material! Features: Better bed leveling means the nozzles touch about 12 points on the build plate to get a better "picture" of the levelness of the beds. It does take a lot longer than the UM3. I have not had to manually level them yet, but I also didn't level the UM3s when I got them for several weeks. I anticipate the same for these guys. Filament flow detection and the new feeder mech. is super awesome so far. It's saved several prints from the end of spools. It's so easy to insert material into the new feeder compared to the UM3! No more hurt fingers due to super-strong springs! Just lift the little lever and slide the filament in. Love it. The Touchscreen and new menus are beautiful. It's like using a smartphone. The new menus have pictures of actions to take during, for example, changing filament and that's fantastic. Also I love the "Printer tasks" alert. But... we didn't necessarily buy these for any of these features. One of the main reasons we bought them is to keep our process as close to the same to save on time and effort. It is a lot more effort to switch to Simplify3D when we need to print something on the Fusion3 and change materials on it etc etc than to change machines in Cura. Sure we could easily set up Cura to run the Fusion3s but then each student worker will have to make sure we're using the same version of Cura with the same start/stop gcode, and other similar settings to ensure the jobs getting done consistently. It's much easier to not do that and have the "Simplify3D computer" to slice models for the Fusion3s. Irks... I've had a few strange things happen that were easily solved. Linear rods not aligned when 2/6 printers were delivered. This was solved by contacting support and them sending me a link to Ultimaker NA Support's articles (thanks @fbrc8-erin!). I used a set of calipers to align the rods with the frame. Firmware update bug. The 5.0.19 firmware update just happened and 3/6 of the printers hung on the update process. It had the screen that said "installing update" but stayed there for hours. I was told that this happens sometimes due to a bug and after about 10 minutes of being on that screen to turn off the printer and turn it back on then do the update again. I can confirm this worked and we're all good. Banding on the Z axis. This is probably due to the location of the printers and the materials being used, but I'm still going to mention it. We printed some really tall buildings with 0% infill and no top layers to save on material when I noticed how much the layer lines were showing. It's probably due to vibrations in the structure and I'm going to add some foam padding underneath the printers to solve this. Also, white PLA is really bad at showing these lines and that's what we mainly print in! Whew. That said, please let me know if you have questions about the MakerPlace or the Ultimaker S5 or something else in the post or anything that I missed. ?️
  5. Samrobmoe

    Idea for Rotate Setting

    Hi, I work at a University and use CURA myself at home. I have found that a lot of people seem to have a bit of difficulty with the rotate tool as it can sometimes be a bit of a pain rotating the object with the circular grab system, I'm not sure if anyone else finds this? I have also used Makerbot Desktop quite a lot and within that, there is an option to specify what angle and which plane you wish to rotate the object in within a text box and with the option to select 90 degree intervals. Is this something that could be integrated into CURA? Apologies if this is posted in the wrong place, I couldn't find an ideas thread.
  6. RobyRob

    Delete useless support

    I'm using Cura 3.6.0 I wonder if it is possible to eliminate the useless support generated and leave the support only in the hole. Cura generated a support starting from plate but it is useless Many Thanks Ugello.3mf
  7. uselessimpala

    ender 3 having HORRIBLE print's

    Hello i am asking for your help. i have a creality ender 3 using amazon basics pla 1.75mm and i am getting awful prints and even worse retraction i printed a stringing test and a sponge holder, does anyone have a new cura profile i should try and retraction settings? PLEASE HEEEELLLLLPPPPP
  8. Hello! So I usually like to figure things out on my own but this one has me stumped! My issue and all the information I have so far is as follows I have been using the Cura software ever since I got my printer (I have an Anet A8 that I got a little over a month ago) and so far I love the software. I have been getting my projects off of Thingiverse and have been using the cura software to convert my 3d images to gcode. Up until now I have had absolutely no problems at all. when preparing and slicing the following object cage_supérieure_-_SP.stlcage_supérieure_-_SP.stl (Hopefully you can see the object) everything seems fine on the software. I am able to see each layer and the travel paths and everything seems fine and dandy. However, when I upload this file to a micro sd card and run the code on my printer the printer heats up and gets ready for the print just like it always does but right before the print is initiated the display screen says "Idle" and the object does not print. As my due diligence I have metaphorically scoured the internet for an answer to this problem. The only thing that I found that was remotely relevant to my situation was this https://forum.astroprint.com/t/solved-anet-a8-goes-to-idle-after-warming-up-for-print/2067 but unfortunately this didn't solve my problem. The previous link does over issues with the starting code which makes perfect sense but I have looked at my start code in the printer settings portion and looked at the gcode itself with no luck at all. Here is my starting gcode for reference: cage_supérieure_-_SP.stl ;FLAVOR:Marlin ;TIME:28898 ;Filament used: 6.79001m ;Layer height: 0.1 ;Generated with Cura_SteamEngine 3.6.0 M104 S204 M105 M109 S204 M82 ;absolute extrusion mode G28 ;Home G1 Z15.0 F6000 ;Move the platform down 15mm G92 E0 G1 F200 E3 G92 E0 G92 E0 G1 F1500 E-6.5 ;LAYER_COUNT:800 ;LAYER:0 M107 ;MESH:cage_supérieure_-_SP.stl G0 F3600 X78.522 Y50.847 Z0.3 ;TYPE:WALL-INNER Now, for some strange reason, according to what I learned from the other forum there shouldn't be anything wrong with my start code right? All the same for some reason my printer is having issues reading the code. I tried printing this object with generated supports and without generated supports. what I found was that the first support layer was printed but when it came time to start printing the first layer of the object the printer stopped and went idle. So there must be something wrong with the code. Another Perplexing issue I discovered is that I was able to print one of the other objects found in the downloadable file from thingiverse, which didn't make any damn sense. A note about this object is that it didn't require any support while the object I want to print has two arches which definitely need generated support. PLEASE HELP!!! I am also happy to provide any additional information.
  9. Elle_Dee

    Printing a Mold in PVA

    I would like to use Cura's mold feature to print an object in PVA. How do I approach this? I've tried selecting the object and setting it to "Print Selected Model With: Extruder 2: PVA BB 0.4" and then clicking "Mold" in Special Modes. But when I hit "Prepare," I get the original object sliced as usual, not the negative. If I have the model set to "Print Selected Model With: Extruder 1: PLA AA 0.4" the mold mode works correctly, no problem.
  10. I am printing a fairly basic part in Nylon, and the final dimensions are very inaccurate in X and Y directions. For outer dimensions, the part is 0.3mm too big in X Y, for inner dimensions (hole in the XY plane) it is 0.7mm(!). When compensating with negative "horizontal expansion", the inner hole cuts into the wall in layer view at -0.35, so I have to compensate this in the CAD file... this is not a viable long-term solution! Does anyone know if there is a way to fix this in Cura? Also, the default UM material profiles in Cura generally seem to be rather unrefined and crude, judging from my experience - see the recent thread on CPE issues. When paying this amount of money for a machine, I expect much more, honestly - especially when seeing what quality for example a Prusa i3 for nearly 1/10 the price is capable of. If Ultimaker is serious about gaining industrial customers in the long term (and who else, apart from wealthy hobbyists, will pay ~6500€ for a FDM printer?), they really have to offer a solution that works without endless tinkering. On the positive side, at least in Z direction the accuracy is good so far.
  11. Alex74

    Réduire un modèle

    Bonjour, Je travail en bureau d'études et j'aimerais imprimer un assemblage (converti un 1 seul STL) en PLA. Le soucis c'est que, pour donner une idée, je suis obligé de réduire à 5% mon STL pour avoir un modèle réduit qui qui tient sur le plateau. Evidemment en réduisant à 5% mon modèle se retrouve avec des éléments hyper fin et donc une foule de détails qui font 0.02mm imaginons. Ce que je cherche serait un outil, un plugin ou un logiciel qui "simplifie" le modèle. Qui soit supprime soit grossit les éléments trop petit... Avez-vous une solution dans ce genre ? Merci d'avance !
  12. Hallo zusammen, ich arbeite momentan mit einer Geometrie, die vom Prinzip her wie folgende aufgebaut ist: Der grüne und der blaue Bereich sind Hohlräume, in die zum stützen der Geometrie PVA gedruckt werden soll. Wenn ich jetzt das blaue Volumen mit etwa Triangles stütze, dauert das auflösen des PVAs sehr lange, weil das Wasser nur von einer Seite an das Material herantreten kann. In diesem Bereich möchte ich etwa eine Lösung wie Tree oder unterbrochenes Stützmaterial anwenden. In dem grünen Raum wäre ich dennoch durchaus mit einer Standardlösung wie den Triangles einverstanden. Wie kann ich das Stützmaterial in den beiden Räumen in CURA unabhängig voneinander definieren? - falls nicht möglich, gibt es einen Workaround? Vielen Dank schon jetzt für Eure Hilfsbereitschaft und guten Anregungen! FALSF
  13. We're not only trying to always make Ultimaker Cura better with the usual new features and improvements we build, but we're also trying to make it more pleasant to operate. The interface was the focus for the upcoming release, from which we would already like to present you the first glance. Because we're still working towards the stable version we would really like to receive your feedback! Do realize it's an early beta version and we can't guarantee the same print reliability as our stable versions. So, what is new exactly with Ultimaker Cura's new interface? - Based on user research we've build a smoother, more logical workflow - New user account control panel for plugins that need a login (like Cura backups) - Quick and easy access to the Marketplace The workflow In the new UI you can find three steps in the header: Prepare, Preview and Monitor. Prepare is where you configure your settings or profile, Preview shows you the layer preview and time specifications and in Monitor you can send and monitor your print via Cura Connect. The header contains of collapsible panels that don't take up any space or distractions when you are not using them. User accounts and Marketplace The Marketplace has received a more prominent location in the interface, because we believe this will be of great value in the future. We've also integrated a new module for user account control, which some plugins require as the Cura Backup plugin you may already use. And more will follow in 2019 🙂 Curious to give it a try? Download it here. And when you have, please let us know what you think below 🙂
  14. FALSF

    Tipps: Glatte Oberfläche

    Guten Abend zusammen! Mich interessiert wie eure Umsetzungen einer möglichst glatten und damit ästhetischen Oberfläche mit Tough PLA aussieht? Bei mir ist auf dem UMS5 die Seite, die auf dem Heizbett liegt immer perfekt glatt (ist ja auch nachvollziehbar) aber insbesondere an den äußeren Seiten lassen sich quasi die einzelnen Schichten zählen. 1. Gibt es neben dem Ironing (was soweit ich weiß nur für die Topschicht funktioniert) noch weitere CURA-Funktionen, die zu einer glatten Oberfläche führen? 2. Welche "Nachbehandlungen" a la 1000er Nassschleifpapier 😉 könnt ihr empfehlen? Ich freue mich über jeden Tipp und eure Erfahrungen ☺️ Beste Grüße, FALSF
  15. I want to create a Cura plugin to enable a user to label a model. The label would be text on the bed sitting next to the model. The text might simply be text, or include macros, like: "$speed" That, at slice time, is replaced with slice settings, such as the print speed in this case. I'm trying to figure out what hooks I can get into in Uranium (Cura code). I have read this page in the examples there: https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/wiki/Plugin-Directory Can anyone tell me, or point me to a link that explains, the set of available hooks? Does anyone have an advice on how a plug-in like this should be implemented? After reading the Tool plugin example at the link above, I imagine how this could be implemented as a Tool plugin, which receives events when the tools active, and then can work with the items in the Cura Scene. Some things I can see that I will have to do: - accept user input, (label content) - possibly consider selection in the scene, so that a user can apply a specific label to a specific item in the scene - replace macros with values at slice time - add items to the scene that get sliced by the slicer Any suggestions? Will
  16. Bad_Mechanic

    Wall thicker on curved sections

    While doing some tests and calibrations on my printer, I realized the wall thickness is thicker on curved sections of the wall, while the wall thickness is as expected on straight sections. This poses a particular issue when printing something with a hole in it, as the hole ends up being smaller than designed. It's not much, only about 0.15mm, but it's enough to sometimes be an issue. Any thoughts on why I might be seeing that?
  17. Hello, I'm using Ultimaker Cura 3.6, and for some reason when I combine two models (after setting them to different print cores), it leaves a big gap in the model that I can't seem to get rid of. I don't really know how to describe it, so hopefully, pictures help. I also included the project file The first one is of the solid view, and what the model _should_ look like, the second is the line view. Mothman.3mf
  18. Hi there, i am currently struggling with finding working support settings for printing a small figurine: I took the HeroQuest Gargoyle model from thingiverse, combined body and wings within freecad and exported it again as a stl file. Then i imported the combined model into Cura, played a bit with different support settings and tried a few test prints with the following results: (so far) best tree support is generated with branch angle 60°, branch distance 0.8mm, branch diameter angle 2° (i couldn't find other values, where the tree support reaches all neccessary locations, especially under the whip..) Everything except the wings is printed fine. The wings indeed need special attention, as they start in the air with a cone shaped structure. Because the angle of the wing outlines does not reach the overhang angle, the support is not added automatically and i had to use the add custom support plugin to ensure support gets generated under the wings. But the generated support structure is too far away from the wing outline, so the filament gets printed in the air and is messed up (the only tiny touching point at the lowest wing is insufficient for supporting the complete wing structure growing conical to the left/right). I couldn't find any setting to fix this particular problem. Even if i switch from tree to regular support structure, the generated wing support has nearly the same far distance. (see attached pictures) Does anyone has a hint on how to achieve this? Is there a setting to fix this or a possibility to manually add small "touching" support spots? Thanks in advance :) p.s.: rotating the model is not really an option, as the needed support structures would spread over the complete front or back, resulting in rough/unclean surface with less detail..
  19. Bad_Mechanic

    Issues with combing

    My Ender 3 was making a very strange "thump" sound while printing. Unfortunately, the sound is quite loud and disturbs my wife. I finally figured out what it is. Right before Z moves up one layer, the table executes a very rapid and very short back back and forth movement, and it's that movement which is causing the sound. It turns out that movement is caused by combing. However, when I turn combing off, I get blobs on the surface at the Z axis transition points. I'd appreciate any help in figuring out a solution to eliminate or minimize the thumps, while also preventing surface blobs.
  20. AndyWally

    Cura won't print solid.

    No matter what settings, I seem to get a print with concentric infill. The inner walls don't adhere to each other either. It's as if I am printing an onion.
  21. Guillaume777

    Réalisé une grille

    Salut à tous, j'essaye de réalisé une grille (de carreau 4 mm) pour une sorte de tamis , mais le pilotage de la buse ne ce fait pas comme j’espérais ! J'ai construit mon stl sur une ligne .( Buse 0.8 , largeur de ligne 0.81 dans Solideworks et 0.7 dans Cura ) A mon grand regret l'impression ce réalise carreau par carreau, et non pas de long en large comme le mode grille dans le remplissage ou support. Avez vous un moyen de détourné c'est fonction pour utilisé cette fonction ? Je vais tenté de grossir ma ligne voir comment réagis cura, mais je me fait d'illusions... Merci !: )
  22. I understand in the general sense how slicer programs create sets of closed-loop polygons to print for each layer. For a given closed loop polygon which needs to be printed, the tool path generator will know the coordinates and which of those coordinates are connected to each other, such that traversing a set of segments in that order will bring the extruder head back to the first coordinate to complete the closed loop. My question is: By what mechanism does the tool path generator decide which 'direction' to traverse the closed loop? As it is a loop, that loop could be printed "clockwise" or "counter-clockwise", as it were. Any details, and links to further explanations of how Cura determines this is much appreciated. Extra points for insight into whether other software does it differently. Thank you.
  23. Agorism1

    Slicing problem

    I found a BJD doll model and I'm printing it at 50% of its actual size. All the pieces have sliced and printed very well, except the forearm. The problem is this: in the "solids view" it looks fine, but when I apply the "layers view", I see very strange gaps in the upper part of the model. Obviously, when I print it, the output is not the expected. It's the first time something like this happens to me. What can be failing?
  24. nitocris

    Une ligne sur 2

    Bonjour à Tous, voilà j'ai effectué un changement de paramétrage sur Cura il y'a quelques jours et j'arrive pas à retrouver ce qui pose ce problème : sur la surface du dessus je n'ai qu'une ligne sur 2. Si quelqu'un as une idée ? sur le screenshoot : à gauche ce qui est modélisé par Cura, à droite la pièce imprimé vue au microscope (pour donner une échelle l'espace entre 2 lignes est de 400µm)
  25. Hallo zusammen, beim Slicen in CURA wird in einem meiner Modelle ab einer bestimmten Schicht das Supportmaterial (PVA) "in die Luft gedruckt". Ich habe den Druck nicht gestartet, weil ich ganz stark vermute, dass der Druck so nicht funktionieren wird. Mit welchen Einstellungen ließe sich hier das Supportmaterial druckfähig slicen (sozusagen mit Supportmaterial unter dem Supportmaterial)? Beste Grüße und vielen Dank für jeden Tipp, FALSF ☺️

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