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After filling the line segment, how to make it move in the nozzle, through what algorithm to make the filling line segment order


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Posted · After filling the line segment, how to make it move in the nozzle, through what algorithm to make the filling line segment order

Everybody is good, ask a question: after filling line, how to make it in the nozzle, through the algorithm to fill line has order (not print a few lines before and after the jump to the last to print a few section of the line segment, and print the middle line), blocked the place for a long time, ask an expert to help give a train of thought, thank you very much!

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    Posted · After filling the line segment, how to make it move in the nozzle, through what algorithm to make the filling line segment order

    I don't understand.  Could you explain with a picture?  A screen shot of Cura maybe?

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    Posted · After filling the line segment, how to make it move in the nozzle, through what algorithm to make the filling line segment order

    This figure is a zigzag filling line, and the serial number is the order of obtaining the filling line. How can the filling line form an orderly z-shaped printing order?Longing to be told 
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    Posted · After filling the line segment, how to make it move in the nozzle, through what algorithm to make the filling line segment order

    I was hoping for a Cura screenshot.  That would tell me 30 things at once: for example if you are talking about support, infill, or skin (skin is top and bottom surfaces exposed to air).  And your screenshot would show me an example of the problem you are talking about.  And what your model looks like.

     

    I don't understand your numbers which seem to skip randomly.

     

    Normally Cura always does a zig zag pattern for the skin (example top or bottom surface of a cube).  So you don't have to do anything.

     

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