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    Three Head Print

    From one of our customers:


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    Superb, I would like my machine to do the same thing

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    wow, how did you do this, looks awesome

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    There is a "clone head" function in the firmware, just set two of the heads to be a clone of the one you've selected to print in the slicer and they all print synchronously, making three of the same part at a time. Or in this case, three batches of parts at a time.

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