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Posted · Part Border / Outline Removal

Hey guys so I am using Cura to print on my Craftbot 3D Printer but I am trying to use the maximum amount of the build plate as I can. I am running into a problem where I cannot place parts into each other parameters. Is there a way to remove this?

Thanks!

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Posted · Part Border / Outline Removal

place all the components in your CAD program and save the stl. Cura will load this as one model.

 

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Posted · Part Border / Outline Removal

Peggy's method is really the only way, sorry.

 

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Posted · Part Border / Outline Removal

Yeah sorry. It's the only way as of now. Might change in the future, but it wont be anytime soon (meaning; probably not in the next 3 months).

 

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