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Einzug bei Stützstruktur an jeder Ecke

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Hallo,

 

seit gestern habe ich ein neues Problem. Ich habe nichts an den Einstellungen verändert (zumindest wüsste ich nicht, was) und doch braucht mein Drucker nun unendlich lange. Das hat nichts damit zu tun, dass er zu langsam fährt, sondern damit, dass er an jeder Ecke der Stützstruktur anhält, das Filament einzieht, es wieder rausschiebt und bis zur nächsten Ecke druckt, das Filament wieder einzieht....

 

Ich habe die Stützstruktur auf Linien eingestellt und den Einzug aktiviert. Früher ist er die Linien der Stützstruktur einer Ebene in einem Go abgefahren und hat erst dann den Einzug aktiviert. Jetzt macht er das an jeder Ecke.

 

Hoffe, jemand weiss Rat.

 

Grüße

Stefan

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