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saulbass1

Cura 13.06.4 thoughts

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Hi,

Firstly let me say - this is a wonderful enhancement to the Ultimaker - thank you.

I had a couple of thoughts.

Firstly it would be useful to have a display layout that showed ALL the settings employed for a print - this is really useful in developing profiles and print settings.

It also really needs to show the printed objects scale, translation, rotation and mirror settings so that if you are doing a multipart print, you have a reference of what these were so that all the parts will match. Presently Cura hides these which can be frustrating.

This image link shows what I mean.

rfeg.jpg

 

Also it would be really helpful to have an autoname increment so that we can avoid overwriting SD card files - maybe nNAME678.xxx where n is the number of the file increment and NAME678 is the original STL/OBJ file originally loaded. xxx being whatever the suffix is for GCode files.

Cheers,

Saul

 

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