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Hallo zusammen,


Ich habe ein relativ grosses Teil dass ich drucken möchte. Dazu musste ich es leicht drehen, dass
alle passt.


Nur, wenn die Z-Achse auf 0 mm steht, ist aber das Objekt nicht auf der Platte.


Ist das bekannt, denn bei kleineren Objekten habe ich das nicht.


Danke für Eure Hilfe im Voraus.


Viele Grüsse



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Hallo Willi,


Ist es vor den drehen, Plan/gerade mit der Platte???

Oder die untere Fläche ist gebogen, aber ist schwer zu sagen ohne model.

Wenn es ein schräge Fläche ist kann vielleicht Funktion "Flach" (in den Drehfunktionen im linken Panel zu finden) das legt das Teil Flach auf Platte.



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