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Ahhhh... A new timerbelt... :-P

And a brandnew Steam Engine Beta.. That's great Daid, keep up the good work How much water will be needed to keep it pressurized?? :shock:

 

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i really like the idea of the progress bar showing the gcoding ontop beside the quick open model button. very nice.

Looks also like you have two seperate models opened and placed on the same print platform. is this the genius integration of the project planner into the general interface you had mentioned... hehe. very cool stuff Daid..... you are serously rocking the casba with this stuff !!!!!

Ian :-)

 

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I don't see that as a second model on the platform - I see that as a 'layer marker' kind of graphic. Like you drag it to how high you want something - maybe for different slicing / infill for different heights?

Just a thought. Oh, and progress bar. And train icon.

 

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I notice the "ViewMode"-button is gone.. Also the "PreparePrint"-button is gone and the "Print"-button has a progressbar beneath it... The "Preparing Print"-bar at the bottom of the Cura-screen is not there.. Can't tell if slicing or printing is in progress, but the two green blocks look like they're floating.. Could they be a visible layer-indicator of a used plugin like "Pause at height" ? For me the green blocks can be anything, even a manual positionable, adjustable supportstructure if 'Exterieur support only' is just to much and 'None' to less...

 

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