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Posted · how to disable the print one at a time height recognition

hello ,

how can you alter the height at which cura decided that you cant print multiple object one at a time.

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Posted · how to disable the print one at a time height recognition

Not sur if i understand well but you can choose to print one at a time or all at once in the Tools Menu

 

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Posted · how to disable the print one at a time height recognition

Else, the machine settings gantry height control this, setting it to 0 will force it to "all at once", setting it to 9999 will give you "one at a time" all the time, but at your own risk (after all, the gantry can and will knock over objects if they are too tall)

 

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Posted · how to disable the print one at a time height recognition

Else, the machine settings gantry height control this, setting it to 0 will force it to "all at once", setting it to 9999 will give you "one at a time" all the time, but at your own risk (after all, the gantry can and will knock over objects if they are too tall)

 

Assuming that the prints come loose from the bed, otherwise you'll just jam your printer or worse, break it.

 

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Posted · how to disable the print one at a time height recognition

All you need to do is arrange the parts in sequence on a diagonal from the front-right corner toward the home position - then the gantry will never pass over a previously-printed piece, and cannot knock anything over.

 

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Posted · how to disable the print one at a time height recognition

many thanks for the reply, found out it is a setting in the machine .....machine settings.....gantry height....

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