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Posted · Sequential printing not working

Hi,

I tried to slice the Make Magazine Shootout objects as a suite, selecting the "one at a time" option instead of "all at once". However, when I went to print it was still doing the objects all at once. Is this a known issue? Did I not use the feature correctly?

I couldn't find anything about it in the manual.

-Keith

 

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Posted · Sequential printing not working

If the object height is taller than the granty height then it cannot do them one at a time otherwise the y axis rod could hit the already printed pieces.

Granty height is located in the machine settings and is 48 mm for the UM2.

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Posted · Sequential printing not working

I don't think that was it, but I'll double-check to verify. If it were the issue, it would be nice if there were some sort of cue to the user indicating that it wasn't going to print sequentially.

-Keith

 

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