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Posted · 14.09 - Multiple objects on builplate...

Cannot use 14.09 because it won't let me place objects close enough together. I was trying to print two 'L' shaped brackets which have 160mm/200mm sides. Cura would not let me stagger them, so I inverted one to create a 'broken box' layout. Cura just pushed them both off the build plate. In the end I created an stl with the two brackets in this layout, and Cura accepted them, and they printed fine on my UM2.

I did not have this problem in 14.07 so, together with various problems noted by others for 14.09, I have reverted to the older version.

 

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Posted · 14.09 - Multiple objects on builplate...

Did you try changing to "print all at once" in the Tools menu?

 

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