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cura14/07 error calculations size printable area. kick collision model.

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hello I printed the two claws of a scorpion, first printed 1claws. one desktop printing the second claw steel tube bottom, from the print head knocks rips model first .... I pressed pause model took off from the table...

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Kik

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You need to set the gantry height correctly in the 'Machine Settings' in Cura. For the later manufacture print head like you have (with the shorter bottom segment to the stack of black plastic parts in the head), the correct gantry height is about 48mm. Cura may still default to 55mm however, which was the correct value for the earlier Ultimaker² printers, which had a taller bottom piece in the print head.

Once any part of the print is taller than the gantry height, Cura will no longer let you print one part at a time, but instead will print them at the same time layer-by-layer - precisely to stop the rods knocking over prints.

 

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You need to set the gantry height correctly in the 'Machine Settings' in Cura. For the later manufacture print head like you have (with the shorter bottom segment to the stack of black plastic parts in the head), the correct gantry height is about 48mm. Cura may still default to 55mm however, which was the correct value for the earlier Ultimaker² printers, which had a taller bottom piece in the print head.

 

Thanks i setup from 55 to 48 mm

 

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