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I'm afraid the compilation process for Cura2 has defeated me on my Debian system. I'll see if I have any more success hacking this into the existing perl code in Slic3r first, then come back here if I am successful with that. Is there a text document anywhere that details how to get Cura2 building on a Linux (preferably Debian) system?
I've been working on an optimisation of this code after experimenting with creating a large version of the honeycomb structure on my 3D printer (which hopefully will print quicker with fewer bugs). If the print alternates between horizontal and vertical at each square, it is able to print a fully-supported honeycomb structure with half as much filament and only sweeping through one direction. Here's the R code that I've used to test/debug my code for this updated method. It takes as input two variables: el - the length of the edge of the squares (which is the same as the bridging distance), and zi - the current height of the layer. It currently only prints 4 rows/columns, but it's easy enough to modify the xofs for loop to sweep through the width of a print, incrementing by 2*el* each time:
Fri, Jun 23
It looks like that may have fixed it. I'll let you know if I find out otherwise.
Updated the probing and wiping temps to 195. Changed the printing temp to 225. Retractions speeds were changed to 2 mm, and 20 mm per second. did not change the bottom speeds at all
Clearing the cache? How do I do that?
Please incorporate profiles into Cura 2 protected files.
@patrickaleph , I think it's resolved with 2.6.9 version.
Updated the probing and wiping temps to 195. Changed the printing temp to 225. Retractions speeds were changed to 2 mm, and 20 mm per second. Changed the bottom speed to 40
@eBeardslee Thanks for the heads up. We have yet to verify the VP PLA profiles as of yet, so it could likely be a profile issue. What machine were you rocking?
Updated all profiles retractions speeds to 20mm per sec and 2 mm distance. Dropped the temp to 220.
@victor sorry about those! Densities are as follows:
@karrad I am closing the bug than.
rCURAee4e9c165fbd Fixed the issue.