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Posted · Is there a chart for the Cura colors ?

Is there a chart some where, that tells me what the different colours mean in cura gcode when it is sliced.

that would really help me, what is happening with my models.

thanks.

Ian :D

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    Posted · Is there a chart for the Cura colors ?

    There is no chart, but there are a few different colors:

    - Green = outer wall lines

    - Red = inner wall lines

    - Cyan = support/skirt

    - Dark blue = moves (thin lines)

    - 3 other colors = infill (cycles between the 3 colors)

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    Posted · Is there a chart for the Cura colors ?
    There is no chart, but there are a few different colors:

    - Green = outer wall lines

    - Red = inner wall lines

    - Cyan = support/skirt

    - Dark blue = moves (thin lines)

    - 3 other colors = infill (cycles between the 3 colors)

    Thank you !

    Ian :)

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    Posted · Is there a chart for the Cura colors ?

    Hmm. Weird!

    mIne does red outer wall, green inner wall.....

    (I often have just one wall-line, so I usually only see red). And when I do have the second layer enabled, it's green and on the inside...)

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    Posted · Is there a chart for the Cura colors ?

    "Dark blue = moves (thin lines)"

     

    What's "moves"?

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    Posted · Is there a chart for the Cura colors ?

    cura lines.jpg

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    Posted · Is there a chart for the Cura colors ?
    On 7/11/2020 at 7:23 AM, Programify said:

    "Dark blue = moves (thin lines)"

     

    What's "moves"?

    It's the path of the extruder. It looks kinda like stringing, because if you don't have rectraction enabled, then that's what it would look like.

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