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Oct 31 2018
Ok, the latest 3.2.31 build fixes the libssl error.
I tested build 409 of 3.2.31, there is a new build 410 of 3.2.31 forthcoming...
@alexei tried a fix in 3.2.31, but has same error.
When I try to install this on Debian stretch, it doesn't work. There is a broken dependency for libssl1.0.0.
Oct 15 2018
Wouldn't it be best to have the diameter of the nozzle on each line?
Oct 11 2018
It is on @Grant 's machine, I'll ask him to test.
On Debian, this command should work. I'll test it on dove:
Also note, the dove computer mentioned above I think is the same model as Steven's. I haven't seen this on other machines.
I saw this on another workstation (dove) which is a Sytem76 Meerkat running Debian Stretch. Cura version 3.2.27. The system appears to disconnect USB when going to sleep:
Sep 21 2018
I did a print using the identical Cura2 settings, just bumped temp to 255C and the print turned out well. It had supports and plenty of retraction so it was a bit of a complicated part. I was sure to fully dry the filament before printing, using an industrial oven I have.
Sep 17 2018
"Much harder to break" is definitely what we are going for. Nylon prints far better when it is dry. It absorbs a lot of moisture. If you hear any "popping" while it is printing, it could be evaporating off water in the material.
It looks like it has been like this since Victor did an import to Cura2 a long time ago.
Sep 16 2018
Duplicate, also opened as T3629.
Sep 11 2018
Looks like this is still happening, btw.
Video looks good.
Jan 29 2018
@karrad Looks like you have the MOARStruder loaded there. This was with an Aerostruder where I saw it.
Dec 5 2017
This may be related (?): T964
I'm seeing the same thing. Basically, when you switch from "Standard" to "High Speed", it doesn't actually change the layer height, when it should.
Jul 28 2017
Jul 25 2017
Jul 11 2017
Apple requires a ton of legal garbage to get a key. If we sign it, it implies that we are saying their insecure system is secure, which would be a disservice to our users.
Jul 8 2017
Jul 3 2017
As a side note, cura shouldn't need to be run as root. Applications that don't have to run as root it is better to have them run as the regular user. So sudo isn't needed. The user would have to be in the correct group that has access to the USB device, such as /dev/ttyACM0. In Debian, that is the "dialout" group.