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These are little rings with a height of 5 mm and a diameter of 20 mm. Distance from my nozzle tip to the base is about 7.5 mm so it is not possible to hit the printed parts with printhead unless the nozzle moves over already printed objects. I set the gantry height to 99999 but it didn't change anything. I think I should be able to make lots of these rings with a suitable print order simultaneously. Can anybody help me about this?


Thanks in advance!



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    The non-printable areas overlap.

    In Machine Settings change your X and Y printhead settings to the actual clearances around the nozzle at 5mm off the build plate.  For me that would be X-7 min, X40 max and Y-10 min and Y22 max.  Then re-select "All at Once" and then go back to "One at a time" to re-set the non-printable areas.  The settings from the machine profile are of the entire printhead in the plan view.  Your parts are so short you can cheat a bit.  Hopefully.  Maybe.


    I have a 5015 cooling fan with a duct that curves around to the back (for better visibility from the front).  I'd have a better chance of success by making the left front the first part, then right front, mid-left, mid-right, etc.  That should keep my cooing duct from whacking any finished parts and throwing them across the room.

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