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Stützgeometrie im Teil

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Hallo zusammen,


wir haben uns vor ca. 1 Woche den Ultimaker 2 zugelegt. Die Teile sind soweit ganz gut aber an manchen stellen wir einfach keine Stützgeometrie aufgebaut. Kann es sein, dass diese nur von der Glasplatte hochgebaut werden kann? Bei dem Flansch im Bild sieht man wie die Rundung im Vorderen Bereich Innen und Aussen noch nicht schön geworden ist, Gibt es dafür noch irgendwelche Tipps?


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In Cura gibt es zwei mögliche Arten von Stützmaterial. "Touching Buildplate" erzeugt nur Stützstrucktur von der Glasplatte ab. "Everywhere" setzt zusätzlich auch Stützmaterial auf das Modell auf um Überhänge im Modell abzustützen. War hier vielleicht nicht "Everywhere" ausgewählt?


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