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Sjabloon printen vanuit Cura voor lijm insmeren glasplaat

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Ik zoek een functie die mij kan helpen om het aanbrengen van lijm op de buildplate te vereenvoudigen.

Als ik lijm aanbreng, haal ik de glasplaat vaak uit de printer. Maar waar ik (wel of niet) de lijm moet aanbrengen is een beetje gokken.

Ik kan me voorstellen dat het mogelijk is om vanuit Cura een afdruk op mijn laserprinter te maken. En dat hierop de layout van het heated bed is te zien en de eerste laag van de footprint van het object. Als ik deze afdruk onder het glas leg, kan ik deze als template gebruiken om de lijm precies op de goede plek aan te brengen.

Is dit mogelijk?

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I am looking for a helpful function to make adding glue to the heated bed easier.

When I put glue on the glass, I mostly take the glass out. But where to exactly put glue (and where not) is sometimes a guess.

I imagine it could be possible to make a print from Cura on my laserprinter, that shows the exact layout of the heated bed including (only) the footprint (so the first layer) of the object to be printed. This print I would like to put underneath the glass, so it becomes a template to help me put the glue in the right place.

Is this possible?

 

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