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'Print one at a time mode disabled. Object too tall.'

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The object is too tall for "one-at-a-time" cause if you place multiple of these on the bed, and the printer moves to the next one the already build can get knocked over by the x/y/ axis.

So you can print multiples, but only all at the same time. To print one-at-a-time the objects need to be smaller than the 'gantry height' which is the distance from the tip of the nozzle to the lowest of x/y axis (= 48 mm)

If a object is to big to print it will turn grey in cura.

In general if you want to see how cura behaves have a look at the layer view, this will explain the difference between al-at-once & one-at-a-time the best... just try both by loading a few small objects in cura.

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