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Project Planner How to?

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I use Cura 13.03 and like to use projectplanner for printing a lot of the same parts.

I can copy the parts multiple times, I can print them. Works fine!

Only problem... For using the same parts,setup and layout anoher time, I can't save the project.

When saving, I can enter a filename. But it won't save.. or it won't load. I can not find a projectplanner file anywhere on my computer.

Tried saving my parts as a 'single stl file in a plate'

I can find the Gcode files of the multiple parts, but can not use them again.

What am I Doing wrong?

Regards

Kees de Ligt

 

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