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Strip out commenting in output code

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Hi,

I have put together a 3d printer that is operating off of CNC based software. The code that Cura puts out begins commenting with a ";". In the software I am using to run the machine the commenting starts with a "(" and ends with a ")". Is there a setting in CUra where I can change this? It looks like all the post processors comment similarly.

 

Thanks!

Karl

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No, there is no setting for this.

 

It would be fairly trivial (for someone who knows how to create plugins) to make a plugin that strips all comments before saving, but quite frankly I am starting to become a bit weary of writing plugins that I will never use myself and only benefit a handful of people. So, try to convince me it is worth my effort.

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Thx. Ahoeben but no need! This  translator seems to work:

http://www.dynomotion.com/wiki/index.php?title=How_to_convert_a_milling_machine_to_a_3D_printer_in_3_easy_steps#GCode_Converter_Program_.28PostProccessExtruder.29

 

scroll down the page a little to the link for the converter.

 

I am using this motion control software.

 

thanks!

Karl

 

 

 

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