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Cura - Printer want to go outside the area

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Hello guys,

i have a problem with cura! I work for a concern and we have a 3d-printer we wrote a own definition for it and we also created a mesh in STL format. So now we created a new printer with two extruder. We also wrote a new definition for CURA. So in the Cura-System is a new printer included but when we open a file and merge the two bodys, in the preview the printer goes out of range. I will copy a few pictures in the article so you see what i mean! I hope you can help me because i sit since many houres at this problem and the hints from google are not very good because we wrote our own definition so many things are different to the normal UM3 or UMS5. 

 

 

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