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Hi Guys,

 

I'm currently designing and testing (at small scale) a XXXL 3D printer.

I want to print at a 45'' degree angle (like a belt printer) but with the big size of the printer it is not possible to angle the whole system 45''.

I only want to change the hotend / nozzle in a 45'' angle. This is currently not possible with any of the standard slicers.

 

Does anybody have an option or idea to print with a 'normal' cartesian printer with a 45'' tilted nozzle?

Would love to be able to do this with Cura.

PS: anybody who's wondering.. the printer will have a print volume of WxHxL: 3,5 x 2,9 x 12 meters with a 10mm nozzle

 

Kind regards,

Sten Kluts

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Posted · Slicing at an angle (45'') with XXXXL printer

Finally hired a company from the Netherlands, DotX. To build the slicer for me. 

 

So for anyone with the same problem / questions... DotX got the answer for a good price.

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