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One part at a time - Cura 15.6.3

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Posted (edited) · One part at a time - Cura 15.6.3

Hi All!

I'm having trouble finding the option to print one part at a time on the new Cura (on a mac if that makes any difference).

Tried searching the forum but no joy... Someone point me in the right direction?

Thanks!

-Stu

Edit:

Also... I tried using the older version of Cura just to get this done and I get an error;

 

Info: Print one at a time mode disabled. Object too tall.

 

(The part is very small)

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Posted · One part at a time - Cura 15.6.3

Cura 15.06.x hasn't got that option.

Legacy Cura: The info says it. Your object is too tall for print one at a time mode. The rods would hit the first object when printing the second.

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Posted · One part at a time - Cura 15.6.3

Ah ok... not in the new one - at least I know I'm not going crazy!

Legacy Cura: Makes sense - the object loads on its end... hadn't thought about the rods hitting the first part! Doh!

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