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nallath replied to reply:
Oy vey, baby....
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duriel's print called
OK thanks, I did not know all that, I will not throw it away then :)
Proper attic stuf.
dree replied to reply:
And do those other defects go away when you disable wall overlap compensation?
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kmanstudios's print called
Update, turns out it was the nozzle. Some how it got so clogged that I couldn't even blast out the gunked up material with a torch. Soo... I grabbed the smallest drill bit I have and made myself a 1mm nozzle. Prints faster than ever now :D
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darkdvd's print called
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zizon's print called
Note that this overhang detection relies on proper normals on the object. Some modelers export flipped normals, which results in the overhang red being on top of the model instead of on the bottom. CuraEngine does not use the normals of the model to calculate supports, so they are nothing to worry a...
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Je viens de voir la solution "utlimaker"...
teleporteur replied to reply:
Our first machine the UMO is quite bare bones. It doesn't have a whole lot of things preventing you from doing weird stuf. The further you go to the future (UM2, UM3) the more checks & protections you will find. UM being UM, we do provide ways to avoid them, but doing this on the UM3 is more tri...