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what's wrong with iMac 27 i7 when using cura, netfabb or slic3r.

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Posted · what's wrong with iMac 27 i7 when using cura, netfabb or slic3r.

Everytime I use Cura, Netfabb or Slic3d, after a while my screen freezes and I need to restart my iMac. The programs don't need to slice much. On my Macbook there are no problems. except that Cura 12.12 and 13.1 can not be installed. But 12.11 still works great.

Any idea?

ari de kok

 

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Posted · what's wrong with iMac 27 i7 when using cura, netfabb or slic3r.

Sounds like an issue with your iMac and not the software itself. As all 3 software packages are vastly different.

As for the 12.12/13.01 Mac problems. The 13.03 release that will be released next Teusday has a number of fixes for problems on different Mac installations, so most likely it will work again.

 

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Posted · what's wrong with iMac 27 i7 when using cura, netfabb or slic3r.

Thank you David, I look forward to install 13.02 :-P

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Posted · what's wrong with iMac 27 i7 when using cura, netfabb or slic3r.

I just find out, working in a new clean account on the iMac, everything works fine :-P

ari

 

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