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Build Volume Error When Using Support Eraser


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Posted · Build Volume Error When Using Support Eraser

I am trying to remove some unneeded supports from my 3D print in Cura, however, I get this error:

 

Part I want to add a support blocker to:

 

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After adding support blocker:

 

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All the tutorials I've seen make it seem like this is supposed to be easy.  Just click on support blocker and place.  Is there a setting I need to uncheck somewhere?

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    Posted (edited) · Build Volume Error When Using Support Eraser

    In case you're curious, I'm printing it vertical likes this because I'm using a rainbow filament and want the color gradient in that direction.

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    Posted · Build Volume Error When Using Support Eraser

    In "Special Modes" you have "One at a time" selected.  Change that to "All at Once".

    If you use One at a Time, Cura checks the height of the model and if it is taller than the "gantry" height it won't slice it.  Cura figures that the X beam will crash into a part.  The blue rectangle about 25mm above the build plate is the clue.

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