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andy1993

Ultimaker Original fuellt eigentlich leere Flaeche mit Material aus.

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Hallo zusammen,

Ich bin gerade dabei einen Behaelter zu drucken, der natuerlich in der Mitte dementsprechend nur Luft beinhatlen sollte. Allerdings fuellt der Drucker diese mittlere Flaeche dennoch mit Material aus. Es handelt sich um eine einfache Quaderform. Oben und unten sind zwei identische Platten. In der Mitte ist ein quadratisches Loch, sodass man dann einen Quader in den Behaelter hineinstecken kann.

Ich werde ein firmware-Update machen. Einfach waere es jedoch, wenn es auch ohne dieses gehen wuerde. Hat jemand schon einmal ein aehnliches Problem gehabt? Danke fuer eure Tipps!

 

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Benutzt du Cura als Slicer? Dann guck dir mal den Layer-View an. Dort siehst du schon vor dem Druck, wie die einzelnen Schichten aussehen.

Eventuell musst du unter Expert Settings -> Fix Horrible (unten rechts) alle Haken entfernen bzw. Haken setzen. Musst du mal ausprobieren. Dann immer den Layer-View angucken und gucken, ob es was gebracht hat.

 

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