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Posted · CR-10 V2 30x30 drucken geht nicht

Hallo, kann mir jemand helfen.

Ich habe seit gestern einen CR-10 V2 und habe ihn mir extra wegen des Druckvolumens gekauft. 

Wenn ich einen Rahmen mit Cura slicen will erscheint


Wie kann ich die volle Größe des Druckraumes ausnutzen?

Wie kann ich die ersten Linien um das Bauteil vermeiden? (Die Nozzel haut schon bei 29x29 gegen die Spangen der Glasplatte! Druck bricht ab...obwohl 30x30 locker aufs bed passen.)

Vielen Dank!

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    Posted (edited) · CR-10 V2 30x30 drucken geht nicht


    "The first lines around the component" - In Cura under Bed Adhesion check which option you have.  A brim helps hold the part down.  A skirt gets the nozzle flowing before the part starts to print.  Either one has an option for distance to the part.  If your part has enough area touching the build plate you probably don't need either.

    Also in Cura, go to Monitor/Manage Printers/Machine Settings and check that your bed size and height are correct for your printer.  While in there, check the "Start Gcode" window and see if there are any extrusions (lines with Exxx).  That is the area where additional priming lines may be and they would show up in every gcode file (usually as verticle lines on the left side of the bed).


    I had to translate to English.  I think the software got it right.

    Edited by GregValiant
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