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Skipinfill 1.3 retraction bug?

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Posted · Skipinfill 1.3 retraction bug?

Hi,

I'm using Cura 14.11 RC8, with the Skipinfill plugin v 1.3

if I enable the rectraction it print and retract, print and retract...a bit at a time the retract remove the filament

Regards

Cristian

 

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Posted · Skipinfill 1.3 retraction bug?

What kind of printer do you have? (it doesn't have to be an ultimaker - it's okay).

I'm thinking something might be wrong with your feeder where it is turning the wrong way?

Or more likely there is a bug with the skipinfill plugin. It probably isn't properly keeping track of extrusion amounts. But I've never looked at it.

Are you able to print just fine with retractions when you don't use the plugin?

 

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Posted · Skipinfill 1.3 retraction bug?

Hi GR5,

I have a mendel max (of italian kentstrapper company), with merlin firmware.

All my prints are perfect with cura, with and without retraction. Only with the plugin there is this problem.

Thank you for any help

regards

Cristian

 

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