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Posted · Sequential print

I'm sorry, this is not my native language.

 

Hello! How can I influence the order in which parts are printed? I want to be able to tell Cura which part to print first, which second, which third ...

Cura 4.4.1

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    Posted · Sequential print

    I don't know if there is a logic behind the order what is printed first. At least I don't now a way to reorder it.

    But you can try if the printing order is the order as you loaded the models, could be, but not sure, try it....

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    Posted · Sequential print

    Thanks for the answer.

    Unfortunately, this is not the case. Now I have to glue several Gcode files. this is not very convenient 🙂

    In the Prus Slicer, you can make virtual extruders and select the order. but i don't like prusha slicer.

     

    Where can I leave a wish for the developers? to make it possible to choose a queue

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    Posted · Sequential print
    3 minutes ago, rapidshe said:

    Where can I leave a wish for the developers?

    In the Cura help menu -> "Report a bug" (there you can also place feature requests)

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    Posted · Sequential print
    4 minutes ago, Smithy said:

    Why is it important for you to print the parts in a specific order?

    In my printhead configuration, the nozzle is off-center. And with a strong offset to one side. And if I could manage the order, I could place more details. and they would not interfere with each other

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    Posted · Sequential print

    Ahh ok, understand.

    Let's wait, maybe someone else has an idea how to solve your problem.

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    Posted · Sequential print

    The only way I know is to move the parts manually while check the result in the print simulation.

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