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Cura 13.06.4 support material issue

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Hello all,

When I use Cura 13.06.3 and/or 13.06.4, I found a strange suport material issue.

I've set the support material amount in Cura to 30%, the place of the support material, in relation to the object, seems misplaced.

Anyone has the same issue?

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I usually wait with linux versions for the full release. Because there are only a few linux users, and about half of them are running from source anyhow. Release should be out today, it nothing odd happens (so might be tomorrow ;-) )


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Okay, okay, there's no hurry!


Especially since I think Linux model, re-directed and focused my work on Windows.


So the limit is not annoying.


However, if we had 64-bit version, it would be better for me because need to switch from PC!


Take your time, a well-designed app is an app in the future and make jealous competitors and detractors.





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Sorry to reply to my own post so late, but I almost forget about it because I made this post in June.

Nevertheless, thank you Daid for your reply, I already use the newer versions since 13.06.4 where those support lines don't hit the object itself.

I must say i really admire your work, I've programmed a few years myself an I know how difficult sometimes it can be.

Keep up the good work!


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Hi Harold

The cooling fan mount in your printer looks cool, is it available on thingiverse? Appreciate if you can share a link for download.




Hello Nilesh,

Sorry for my late answer, I just saw that there were reply's on my post of June....

I've got the fanduct from blecheimer at the following post:


Pay attention to Valcrow reply about hitting the slider blocks.


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