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Putting two objects together in cura

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Posted · Putting two objects together in cura

So has anyone had much luck with this? For example if I want to piece together two objects and have each one as a different colour, it seems rather difficult to do in cura.

Does anyone have any suggestions for doing this? without having to go through a cad program?

Thanks

Jem

 

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Posted · Putting two objects together in cura

Like a dual-color dual extrusion print?

 

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Posted · Putting two objects together in cura

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For example if I want to piece together two objects and have each one as a different colour, it seems rather difficult to do in cura.

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There are some helpful explanations in this thread.

It's pretty easy...but you will need some sort of a cad program anyway (to create the model), or do i miss something?

 

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