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when printing one-at-a-time Cura claims objects don't fit!

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Posted (edited) · when printing one-at-a-time Cura claims objects don't fit!

why is it Cura refuses to print objects above a certain height in one-at-a-time mode, even when it is clear there would be no collision between print head or gantry and the objects already printed?

 

eg imagen your printing two cylinders each with a radius of 40mm and a height of 120mm.  The first cylinder is positioned at the front right corner of the build plate, the second cylinder is in the back left corner.  Obviously there would be no issue of coalitions and yet a warning message appears declaring there is nothing to slice because "none of the models fit".

 

using cura 3.2.1

 

 

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Posted · when printing one-at-a-time Cura claims objects don't fit!

you can look in the 'machine settings' what the gantry height of your printer (?) is.

When this is smaller then 120 mm, Cura assumes the gantry is going to hit something.

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