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What goes wrong with my support?

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Do you have the file so we can take a look at what it is you are trying to print? Not sure what support is supposed to look like. From the picture my guess is that you have raft enabled instead of brim, which will affect how support is generated.

 

Yo skinny-kid, thx for your reply.

Posting the file is rather difficult because it concerns a commercial prototype.

After posting this problem I've shut down the printer, restarted and problem seemed to be solved.

Really don't know what happened ... but everything goes oké now.

Only difference between first print yesterday and second print: the first print cura didn't positioned the print in the center of buildplate. Starting the second print cura perfectly positioned the print on buildplate.

Anyway thx for your reply

grtz

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