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2 Teile drucken, aber nur bei einem will ich Stützmaterial

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ist es möglich 2 unterschiedliche TEile zu drucken, aber nur bei einem Stützmaterial zu verwenden?

Ich hab 2 verschiedene Teile. Das eine braucht Stützmaterial weil es zu große Überhänge hat, das andere ist ein runder Zylinder der eine Bohrung quer drin hat und bräuchte eigentlich kein Stützmaterial. Trotzdem setzt mir Cura da immer Stützmaterial hin, bis ich an der Bohrung vorbei bin.

Als Stützmaterial nimm ich PVA mit dem 2. Extruder. Cura hab ich grad 2.6.2 drauf.



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Ja das ist möglich. Wenn es zwei unterschiedliche Modelle sind, dann kannst du in Cura mit den "per object settings" den Support zuweisen.

Wenn es nur ein Modell ist wobei einige Bereiche keinen Support haben sollen, dann wird es aufwändiger aber es ist auch möglich.

Für den einfachen Fall, schau dir die "per object settings" an.


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