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Project planner crashes into object.

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I'm having troubles with the project planner.

I've filled the bed with 15 object in 3 lines.

o stands for object, the red ones are the ones that the nozzle hits.

back

o o o

o o o

o o o

o o o

o o o

front

Does anyone has a solution for it?

Can I add something in the nextobject.gcode that solves the problem?

I'm using Cura 13.01.

One additional question: what do I have to do to kick an object of the platform like in this video:

 

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Cura 13.01 has a bug in the default "nextObject.gcode" (you can edit this on the start/end-code tab)

I only figured it out yesterday.

The line:

G1 X{object_center_x} Y{object_center_x} F{travel_speed}

Should be:

G1 X{object_center_x} Y{object_center_y} F{travel_speed}

See the subtle difference?

 

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