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Cura 2.1.3 lowering model below print bed


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Posted · Cura 2.1.3 lowering model below print bed

In preparation for Cura 2.3.2 (LOL the one with 3rd party printer configuration enabled) I downloaded 2.1.3 today (I currently use 15.4 thereabouts) What I could not see is the option to lower your model below the print bed so you can print a vertical part of the model, which I use a lot for testing new models that look a bit complex. Has this disappeared from the new Cura or is it hiding somewhere I cannot see?

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    Posted · Cura 2.1.3 lowering model below print bed

    Select the object and then drag it downwards with the blue arrow. Nope, it's not exact. Download the newest 2.3 beta and you can use the move tool (top left corner) and specify an exact amount.

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