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Thanks guys I added the following and it did exactly what I wanted:
;Move Bed out when done
I will give it a try.
Its a small thing but having the finished print come out to be seen instead if going to the back seems much...
I want my Robo to push the build plate out forward instead of going to the back. Is there a Gcode to do this with?
I use Cura v. 4 as my slicer....
Have you contacted Robo and asked them to make you happy?
Costs nothing and can't hurt.
Are you loading the gcode of the model or the stl file?
It's a simple and obvious thing but I found I was chasing settings once with no results...
I use my PC/USB at the same time as the LCD Controller is connected. I can print from either or at will.
Im using Cura 15.04.6
Slowing way down on those overhangs may help. I get the same issue on balls and small ball joints and such. Slowing down...
I didn't like the new version personally. Didn't seem "finished" to me.
I'd be interested to hear if anyone is using it and is happy with it.
Yup if those are the small wires to the thermister.
I called Robo and they send me 3.
Used one, gave one to a friend and locked up...
These programs are called slicers. Yes, S3D and MC and Cura.
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In Matter Control, regarding supports, whatever I've chosen left me disappointed. Even Cura is only slightly better.
I hear that Simplify3D has...
I moved over to Cura to "try it out" and never went back to MC. The wife likes it though. It's the only reason still have it on my PC.
When printing models with little to no base you can ROTATE your modle in Matter Control (and other slicer software).
Trial and error will take you...
For creating new models and being new I HIGHLY recommend going to TinkerCad's site:
Great site for getting started on...
In Matter Control there is an interface that allows you to control all movement directions manually for what you are wanting to do.