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Sep 2 2019
@karrad Fixed, please check
Aug 30 2019
Found segfault if cache is cleared
Aug 27 2019
Aug 14 2019
@anolen it works normally even if skirt is selected, but the effect is only visible if support have enough area connecting to buildplate
Aug 13 2019
@anolen According to description ("Generate a brim within the support infill regions of the first layer. This brim is printed underneath the support, not around it. Enabling this setting increases the adhesion of support to the build plate."), this setting works like it would.
Aug 9 2019
@alexei Cant reproduce this issue on my windows 10.0.18362, but it looks like this issue:
@Yahuba Can you please check deleting cura values from this registry keys solve the issue?
Aug 8 2019
Aug 5 2019
Jul 31 2019
@karrad Added settings to select value from profile. Please check if it works as needed.
Jul 30 2019
@alexei Problem that board's bootloader is recognized as another device. So if printer is on COM3 bootloader might be COM4.
This fix should help to automatically find bootloader in that case, please check if it works as needed.
Jul 29 2019
@alexei, the problem was in connection thread. Update of firmware tried to open port that already open.
Jul 25 2019
@karrad fixed, please check.
Jul 23 2019
Jul 22 2019
@karrad Which option is more preferable or maybe you have any other solution?
Jul 18 2019
@karrad Now dual extruder machines should print one at a time if material selected for only one extruder("No material" for other), also prime tower should be disabled.
Jul 16 2019
@karrad The second statement currently works if this limitation is disabled. First work too, but need to add some functions to correct handling by UI.
Also may be possible to print one at a time with both extruders if there is no backend restrictions(currently it fails to slice), need some more investigation in this.
Jul 2 2019
@karrad No, in option 2 value will be specific to printer and not updated while selecting any profile.
Jun 28 2019
Jun 24 2019
@karrad This settings don't have any resolve functions, also there is no idea how to make this functions work properly. So now I have two solutions:
- Add another field for setting from which extruder pick this values
- Move this settings to be global for printer instance(this will hold values in printer file and value will be set for all profiles of one printer)
@karrad fixed, please check.
Jun 18 2019
Jun 13 2019
May 28 2019
This will prevent the need to duplicate all the 3mm profiles, and just allow us to use the same settings for 1.75mm?
When updating the 3mm profiles on the back end, it will automatically update any 1.75mm profiles?
@karrad Yes, profiles must be duplicated in this case too. As I see, it may be easy to add profiles inheriting, so profiles for 1.75 will have same settings as 3mm, but it will be ability to override some settings if needed.
May 24 2019
@anolen @karrad All settings above missing resolve functions. Fixed "Support infill layer thickness", but not sure which functions to use in all other cases.
For prime tower position possible solutions is (min, max, avg) of extruders, but in all cases resulting position may be not perfect(for example if T0 profile will set prime tower in front left corner and T1 will set rear right corner the resulting position will be in center of buildplate)
The same problem with settings for extruder properties, but in this case min, max or avg will not work, don't know how to fix this settings at all in current situation.
Maybe you have any suggestions?
May 22 2019
May 21 2019
@karrad Checked cura code and looks like diameter property is integrated in many places inside cura. So if we want to ever change any values for 1.75mm profiles the best way is to copy all files and set it up to new material diameter, otherwise we can change it to behave like in message above, but profiles will be the same as for 3mm without any possibility to change any default values.
May 20 2019
@karrad, please check
May 16 2019
May 14 2019
May 10 2019
@karrad Cura using this memory to hold models for Undo\Redo can work. We can add a menu row to clear actions history and free this memory. But it won't solve issue with models that have polygons over 1.5Gb in loaded state.
May 8 2019
@karrad Fixed. Now profile importing for material which it was exported, if this material exists, otherwise to selected material.
May 7 2019
@karrad @anolen Fixed support setting. Prime tower position now automatically generates from other adhesion and size settings, so we can't easily change resolve setting for this. Also there can be problem if using average value for this settings. Prime tower location is varying depending on model, so I'm not sure this should be set in profile. If we want to change location for all profiles for one printer, best way to do it is override it in printer settings file.
May 3 2019
May 2 2019
@karrad Any updates or logs?
Apr 30 2019
Apr 25 2019
@karrad fixed. Clear of cache required to work.
Apr 24 2019
@karrad Checked again and it sends correct data to engine now, not sure why files are identical.
Apr 23 2019
@karrad Set blank profile for global quality, so now extruders use only their own values. But now some values that are not overridden in extruder profiles can be set to default values from fdmprinter.json
Apr 20 2019
@Steven Tried to add some delays and disabled serial in firmware, to check if if printer issues, but this don't help. Only way that I was able to reproduce this when I disconnected usb cable from pc while connecting, so it looks like communication issues. Also sometimes I was seen that printer hangs on load, so may be that issues can be connected, but I not see it now while testing.
Apr 17 2019
@karrad Tried to reproduce this issue, but all attempts were unsuccessful. Used windows 7 on virtual machine hosted on ubuntu and taz 7 motherboard. Alse changed COM ports numbers for printer(3-256).
Can you please post log file and maybe some remarks on how to reproduce this?
Apr 9 2019
Mar 22 2019
@karrad Now should work. Also please check on all OS. It should default to:
windows: "This PC"
Mar 18 2019
- min_layer_time is set for each extruder and time is counted also for each extruder in layer.
- force slowing of extruder was triggered only for last extruder in layer(fixed by above commit in T5146 branch). Now it counted for all extruders and should work.
Mar 13 2019
@anolen @logan if minimum layer time is set to 0, there is also option called "Regular/Maximum Fan Speed Threshold" that alternates fan speeds.
Also there is no layer speed alternating, it's extruder speeds alternating(two extruders printing on different speeds, but it still one layer).
Cura changes extruders only one time at layer so it looks like:
layer1: E1 -> E2, layer2: E2 -> E1, layer3: E1 - > E2, layer4: E2 -> E1, etc... So changing speed happens when printer ends one layer with E2, and starts new layer from E2(and similar for E1).
If layer time goes below minimal value cura slows second extruder in each layer(for layer1 it is E2, for layer2 it is E1, etc) so you see that effect.
But cura not accelerating extruders it only slows it(in this case "faster speed = printing speed", and "slower speed = 30-40% of printing speed").
There is no need of changing engine algorithm(it's very hard), only need to set right combination of "printing speed", "minimal layer time" and "Regular/Maximum Fan Speed Threshold" to fix it.