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Posted · One at a time. (Cura 3.6 on Ultimaker Original. )

Hi Guys.

I usually print several small parts and I would prefer to have them come out one at a time. However when i activate this option the exclusion area around each part becomes huge. I can only fit 2 parts. I was able to do at least 9 in previous versions.


I have found several mentions to this issue, that are supposed to be fixed by setting the gantry height to anything over 120mm. I have gone up to 400mm and the issue remains. 

Any suggestions?


Print head dimension seem about right. 


Using Cura 3.6 on Ultimaker Original. 


Thank You



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Posted · One at a time. (Cura 3.6 on Ultimaker Original. )

this is a bug in 3.6 and fixed in the 4.0 beta, or go back to an earlier version.

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