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Netfabb error in printrun

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Hi Everyone,

When slicing in Netfabb and printing by using Printrun I get the following error message:

echo:Unknown command:"N10367 (begin layer 247 at 9.880)*91" just an example, every line is starting with this error and only values are different... Is this normal? my prints look very nice :-) though!

Also a sliced model in netfabb is not visible in printrun's graphic viewport... so i cant see a preview if I loaded the right model.... if I slice in cura it works fine...

thanks for your comments!

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You can ignore those messages, they pop up because of the comments that Netfabb puts in the file.

As for the preview of the current layer, yeah that's not working for me either. Don't know how to fix it I'm afraid but then again I haven't tried to because I think that preview is useless to begin with.

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