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Hi guys,

I'm having some problem with the new Netfabb version and I'm wondering if you also encountered these problems:

(I run Netfabb on my Windows 7 laptop and downloaded the version from the Ultimaker software's page.)

1) I wanted to slice 'pipsquid' from the Thingiverse website,

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:18177

. Slicing in any build style freezes the program.

2) With a Netfabb connection the temperature seems to drop after some 2 up to 2,5 hours in the print. I tried printing a gcode 2 times through Netfabb (Netfabb gcode) which resulted in a 100% finished gcode but 90% finished print. The temperature of the nozzle dropped up to a point where extruding is no longer possible... I can see that since the last couple of printed layers seem underfilled. So after the two 2,5 hours of printing I decided to run exactly the same gcode through RepG26. The print finished as it should. The gcode Netfabb produced seems OK but perhaps there may be a temperature issue with the connection (?)

Michael

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