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hello

Is there a way for infill in varies density – high density near the walls (shell), low density in the center of the model? Is it possible to define the level for high / low density?

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Posted · gradient infill

Hi

Thanks for your response.

Unfortunately, I am not in the SW details anymore …

·       Can you send me detailed instructions what to do in order to be able to use your infill functionality?

·       Does your "Cura-mb-master-win64-20200328.exe" replace the "Cura.exe" with all its functionality?

·       I am using Cura 4.5, and my printer is running by arduino - Atmega2560. Can I run your application in this environment?

·       PI 4 – means - RASPBERRY PI 4?

·       Where should I find the libgles-dev package?

Thanks a lot

Udi

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Posted · gradient infill

Hello,

 

6 minutes ago, udir said:

Can you send me detailed instructions what to do in order to be able to use your infill functionality?

 

There's an experimental setting that turns it on, it has the normal help blurb if you hover your mouse over the setting. Just have a play with it, it's not tricky.

 

8 minutes ago, udir said:

Does your "Cura-mb-master-win64-20200328.exe" replace the "Cura.exe" with all its functionality?

 

It doesn't replace anything (other than one of my previous releases), my releases can live alongside the UM releases.

 

9 minutes ago, udir said:

I am using Cura 4.5, and my printer is running by arduino - Atmega2560. Can I run your application in this environment?

 

I don't see why not.

 

9 minutes ago, udir said:

PI 4 – means - RASPBERRY PI 4?

 

Yes.

 

But for the PI 4 you need the armhf appimage, not the windows exe. With the appimage, once you have downloaded it onto the PI, make it executable by typing in a terminal chmod +x FILE, where FILE is the name of the AppImage file you downloaded. You should then be able to execute that AppImage from the command line or clicking on it. 

 

10 minutes ago, udir said:

Where should I find the libgles-dev package?

 

In a terminal window type the following to download and install it: sudo apt-get install libgles-dev

 

Hope this helps, have fun!

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