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Cura 14.03 Slicing direction going from top to down

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Dear all,

1.In cura 14.03 Windows 8.01 the slicing process is shown from top to down. In that way it is difficult for me to see a simulation of how the object is going to be printed. Is there a reason to show it this way?

2.Can I find somewhere an explanation of the colours used, in the slicingprocess?

Images at;

http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/gallery/album/806-cura-1403-slicing-direction/

Thanks in advance :-P

 

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Once the slicing is done you can go through the layer with the scroll thing at the right side of cura.

For the colors i'm not 100% sure but here is what i understand:

Light Blue is support material

Red is the outer shell

Green is the inner shell

Yellow is infill

Dark blue is the head moves

Correct me if i'm wrong?

 

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