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Posted · Building volume size


I am using Ultimaker cura, and I want to have the G code of my part which have huge dimensions 80x50x1000 mm , but the printer maximum size is 330x240x300 mm


Have you any idea about printer with huge dimensions.



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    Posted · Building volume size

    Hi if you really need tu print such long pieces I see two options.

    1) Split your design, print it in smaller pieces and the assemble it (with glue or make a dovetail in the design or whatever). It takes time, may be less sturdy than if printed in one piece but will make it possible on your actual printer.


    2) Buy a printer like the BlackBelt. (There might be other brands out there but I am not aware of them)


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