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I realized that cura 15.04.05 dooes not compute properly printer head moving in multipe objects - print one at time mode.

after completing an object, the z axis starts to move before the head is positioned in a safe location bringing to the collision with the previous object with unpleasant consequences.

previous versions was ok



old versions --->ok

on Z45.900

G1 F3000 X147.358 Y26.018 E3958.01775


G92 E0


--- first object completed

G0 F12000 X147.358 Y26.018 Z50.881 --- raise head

G0 X75.637 Y87.631 ---- move x y in a safe position without moving z

;Layer count: 229


G0 X79.193 Y89.349 Z0.300 --- move x y and go to z 0


cura 15.04.05 ---> CRASH

on Z45.900

G1 F3000 X86.556 Y55.160 E6226.79748


G92 E0


--- first object completed

G0 F9000 X86.556 Y55.160 Z50.881 --- raise head without moving x and y

;Layer count: 230


G0 X75.375 Y88.105 Z0.300 --- moving x and y togheter z axis!! printer head crash on the previous object!!!!

this is a bug that, in addition to damaging the printed objects, could also lead to damage to the printer!


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