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Thanks guy. seems the hollow out object works...sort of. The supports seems to want to start in mid air, lol. No worries, I will do the meshmixer way and add some internal supports manually.
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Thats a great Idea, thanks for the video.
Ahhh I see. Yes I set infill to zero. Didn't even dawn on my that its solid, lol. I just seen it as a pumpkin that it hollow. I will try some of these experimental options. Do you know what they might be called?
Yes it is in fact available. Here is the link: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1042654I scaled it up quite a bit...perhaps thats causing the issues?
Yes I tried "everywhere", the image I posted was with that setting, and nothing inside was generated.
Has anyone come up with a solution? Its not on Cura 2.7, and I still dont see a internal support option.I am trying to print this here pumpkin as hollow as I can, but the top will always fail because nothing is inside. A nice centered column would be great for the top layers to stick to. A...
I don't know if its broke or not, but it doesn't work for me in 2.7 Beta or in 2.6.2
The only problem with importing the models instead of opening as a project, it doesn't retain the object placements.I arranged my models to sit on top others (had to disable the auto drop to build plate). When I open a project as a project, it loads all models as they were (stack...
If its not to late, I would like to make a feature request.When importing projects, for me, I just use it for print parameters, and object placements. I only have one printer, and I have custom G-code for beginning and ending. When I import a project from a while ago, its possible I made a...