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Mirror Object Option in new Cura ?

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Is it possible to get a mirror object in Cura ?

So for example if I have half a model car, that i can simple mirror the object on a axis and then i have a complete car for printing.

is that a possible idea for a future Cura ?

Best wishes.

Ian :-)

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There are these tiny "mirror X/Y/Z" buttons at the bottom of the 3D window ;-)

Those X/Y/Z Buttons don't Mirror the Object, they Rotate it. Mirror means to 'duplicate' the object, like looking into a mirror. You would have 2 objects on the table after you 'Mirror' it, only complete opposites. It would be nice to have a "Mirror" control and also a "Move", so you could locate the object anywhere on the table you like, to print and to adjust for Mirror.

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