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Posted Apr 26, 2016 - 9:36 PM • Edited  Aug 16, 2016 - 11:13 AM
Used in: Automotive
3D printer: Ultimaker 2+
Material: ABS
Color: Silver
Nozzle diameter: 0.40 mm
Layer resolution: 81-100 micron
Print time: 12-18 hours
Temperature: 210˚ C
Speed: 40 mm/s
Height: 183 mm
Fill density: 0 %

With 3D printing you can test form, fit and function at every stage, accurately creating the end product’s performance – giving you confidence in your final design. This car engine manifold was modelled by Valcrow and demonstrates how the support structures automatically generated by the Cura 3D slicer let you print complicated models.

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Ronan 3D printing enthusiast Level: 20 Points: 361
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Location: United States Printers: Ultimaker 2+, Ultimaker 2 Extended+, Ultimaker 3, Ultimaker 3 Extended
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Posted Apr 27, 2016 - 12:41 AM

We need manual support capability with cura... Plz plz plz plz

qmaker 3D printing enthusiast Level: 19 Points: 306
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Location: Denver, United States Printers: Ultimaker 2
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Posted Apr 27, 2016 - 11:00 PM

I agree Ronan, I love the generated supports in Cura, but its a shame to have to go to Meshmixer when you need a bit more control.

brentwerder 3D printing enthusiast Level: 12 Points: 159
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Location: United States Printers: Ultimaker Original+
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Posted Apr 28, 2016 - 11:15 AM

definitely could use that manual support control with some finer detail prints!!

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