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Vragen over Cura 3.2.1

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Hallo Allemaal,

 

ik ben nieuw in de 3D wereld en heb alleen gewerkt met Silmplify3D maar nu ga ik werken met Cura 3.2.1. Aangezien dit helemaal wat anders is en nieuw voor me zou ik graag wat help en info willen krijgen van hoe ik dat het beste kan doen en waar ik alles kan vinden om het goed onder de knie te krijgen. En de volgende vraag is waarom ik niet alle settings krijg te zien zoals ratraction en flowrate bijv ondanks dat ik alles heb aangevinkt .

 

alvast bedankt

 

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Ik ben nieuw wat 3D printen betreft(en 75jaar) maar zeer geinterreseerd ik heb een Anet A6 .Programeerbaar met Cura 3.2.1

En wat ik zou willen leren hoe ik een voorwerp een tandwiel B.V. moet programmeren.?

 

Wie kan mij helpen met advies waar ik die kennis kan vinden Boek P.C.of ????.

 

B.V.D

Janswinkel

jswinkels716@kpnmail.nl

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