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Posted · How many cubic cm is my object?

I wonder how to describe how many cubic cm a given part is which I wanted to print - is there any indication in Cura (or somewhere else)?

 

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Posted · How many cubic cm is my object?

Usually you can check your part volume in the software, when you are designing the part

 

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Posted · How many cubic cm is my object?

I wonder how to describe how many cubic cm a given part is which I wanted to print - is there any indication in Cura (or somewhere else)?

 

You can use the free "netfabb Studio Basic" software which can calculate the volume of an object.

 

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Posted · How many cubic cm is my object?

If you're printing with pla, it's about 1,25g/cm3. Cura shows filament weight, so just calculate.

 

I thought it wouldn't be that heavy as water is only 1gm/cm3 so I sliced a 10mm cube at 100% and it gave a weight of 1gm

 

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