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Posted (edited) · Please add these Raise3D printer definitions

I've had a quick look at your definition files, and am willing to do the work to create a Pull Request over at github.com/ultimaker/cura for you, but have you tested these files? There's a number of typos in them (wrong double quotes (thanks TextEdit!) and typo in the plus_single for the mesh filename), and the buildplate mesh does not fit the buildvolume:

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The mesh is smaller than the build plate, and lies on top of the build plate.

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Posted · Please add these Raise3D printer definitions

That explains the issues I've had with it. Had it working once, but showing the Ultimaker buildplate, which I corrected. I kept trying with it - noticed that the mesh had issues, so I ran it through netfabb to correct that. Since I posted the stuff, I haven't been able to make it work again.

Sigh.

Thanks for your efforts - they make excellent large-volume printers.

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Posted · Please add these Raise3D printer definitions

Note that a buildplate mesh is in no way obligatory. Shall I make a pull request without the mesh?

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Posted · Please add these Raise3D printer definitions

Please do.

I wouldn't be surprised if the mesh was related to some of the Raise3D unique functions with their slicer.

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