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Luis manson

Cura 3.2 crossing infill layer

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Hello, im testing cura beta and got this weird problem were Cura makes the nozzle travel over the just printed support, making a weird noise, in one of my tests it cause the support to los adhesion to the bed.

Am i wrong with some settings? why not lift Z after the support, and before traveling to start a new layer.

 

attached gcode and picture of the problem (see the diagonal line in the left side?)

 

 

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BQPI3H_v6mount-v5.gcode

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9 minutes ago, smartavionics said:

Well, for starters you don't have z-hop enabled. Also, you have combing set to "all", you may want to try the other combing settings. Hope this helps.

 

I ussialy use cura/repetier and simplify3d, never had to use z-hop. is this normal? 
I'll look into the combing options, maybe i missunderstood something

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