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How to print Building using Cura

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Posted (edited) · How to print Building using Cura

Hello Guys,

My name is Sergey and I am new Cura user. I am printing already about 3 years but i was using ideaMaker printing at Raise 3D printer. Now we bought Ultimaker S5 and I started to print buildings. Of course quality is not perfect but i am trying to improve it all the time. I am open for any advises. Also, cannot figure how to print with support but I don't how to avoid support in window openings. Can somebody help me with this please?

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Posted · How to print Building using Cura

You can use the support blocker feature and position to blocker over the windows so it won't print support there. Just make sure your printer is set up well and can manage to bridge the distance without affecting the quality of the print.

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Posted · How to print Building using Cura

Thank you Brulti. I see that option but i have no idea how does it work. Trying to figure it out

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Posted · How to print Building using Cura

Look around the forums, you'll find several threads with explanations. Plus on the UM blogs as well.

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