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Netfabb 4.9 Outline ???

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Hi,

does anybody know where the outline feature disappeared ?

I could really use it, but i can not find it in the release ...

not even in the release notes .... nowhere ....

Maybe someone can help ...

Kind regards,

Robert

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Hi Robert,

did you had a look in the Raft selection menu? This was the spot where you could select it as a raft type in the early betas. I didn't had the time yet to look into it myself. Get back to you in more details after I checked it.

Quite some work to do from what I've read so far....

Cheers,

Flo

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did you had a look in the Raft selection menu? This was the spot where you could select it as a raft type in the early betas. I didn't had the time yet to look into it myself. Get back to you in more details after I checked it.

Yes, it's right there, under the print tab, raft type: outline (netfabb 4.9)

a quick 'calculate toolpath' confirms that it is indeed printing a single outline

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