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Miguel Garcia

imprecion en varios colores un solo extrusor

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Hola buenas tardes a todos, quisiera saber si el software de cura,  puede tener la opción de realizar una pieza (un archivo) en varios colores con un solo extrusor.


Que de la opción permita realizar la pausa,  enviar a origen el extrusor,  realizar el cambio del filamento (por otro color), y reanudar la impresión donde corresponde.


O,  opciones similares.



Un saludo a todos.

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Claro, en la version de cura 3.4.1 que es la ultima vas  a extensiones/post processing/modificar gcode/te saldra una ventana donde podras añadir secuencias de comandos  y entre ellas hay una que es cambiar material y tu le indicas en que capa, puedes dar esta orden varias  veces añadiendo varias secuencias de comando e indicando en que capa del modelo quieres parar para cambiar el material con el color que quieras.

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