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Difference in stl parser Cura 15.02.01 and Cura 2.3.1

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Posted · Difference in stl parser Cura 15.02.01 and Cura 2.3.1

Hi everyone,

I created a simple programm to design gears with an export to stl. The old cura can read the files without any problems. The new cura always tells me "Laden fehlgeschlagen" (translated: "error loading").

The syntax of my file is straight forward:

solid ZahnradMotor
facet normal 0 0 1
	outer loop
		vertex 9,627692 0 0
		vertex 7,106483 0,5494544 0
		vertex 7,127692 0 0
	endloop
endfacet
facet normal 0 0 1
	outer loop
		vertex 9,627692 0 0
		vertex 8,457993 1,702771 0
		vertex 7,106483 0,5494544 0
	endloop
endfacet
.....
endsolid ZahnradMotor

Is there anything I need to change specifically for the new cura?

best regards

Florian

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Posted · Difference in stl parser Cura 15.02.01 and Cura 2.3.1

You realy use , (Komma) as decimal seperator?

Use . (Punkt) instead.

Maybe the old parser was a bit more tolerant?!?

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Posted · Difference in stl parser Cura 15.02.01 and Cura 2.3.1

You realy use , (Komma) as decimal seperator?

Use . (Punkt) instead.

Maybe the old parser was a bit more tolerant?!?

 

Ah you are right. I wanted to try that but forgot. I will tell the result. My bad. Sorry

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Posted · Difference in stl parser Cura 15.02.01 and Cura 2.3.1

 

You realy use , (Komma) as decimal seperator?

Use . (Punkt) instead.

Maybe the old parser was a bit more tolerant?!?

 

Ah you are right. I wanted to try that but forgot. I will tell the result. My bad. Sorry

 

I have tested it. You are absolutely right. Thank you!

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