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    Is that layer mode? Anyway, Cura 2.7 looks like this. Much better.
    Capture1.JPG

    But still will need supports

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjf55 View Post
    Is that layer mode? Anyway, Cura 2.7 looks like this. Much better.
    Capture1.JPG

    But still will need supports
    I have All Cura's Just use the 15.04.6

    Also I noticed that in ideaMaker your model has 96 Non-Manifold Edges that need to be fixed.
    When ready to print there will be a little green check-mark in the lower right hand window.
    And I like the Fact that I can add Manually add supports.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2G5vahwA8w

    Thank you
    Last edited by Roberts_Clif; 10-15-2017 at 05:23 PM.

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    Hello again,

    actually I noticed that ideamaker (which I use, don't know how to set up Cura for my raise3d N2) is
    damaging the model when using the repair function.
    It seems to be that the STL-files created from SketchUp are somewhat crappy.
    Really should try to get my feet wet in a better CAD-SW... But I do not like Fusion3D and
    Blender confuses me even more...

    The lower mounts came out quite well, yes.
    Thanks for testing the strength of it - maybe I should make the tube a bit stronger;-)

    I tried a print w. Raise3D-PLA @ 215C, Standard-Profile from Raise3D (Standard - N2 - PLA).
    Did not use supports - the way this prints I thought that would not be necessary..?

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    Hello;

    I found this Forum, If you follow the instructions you can Import profiles into Cura.
    I imported these into Cura 2.6.2, this will give you the ability to use Cura with your Raise3D

    raise3D_N2_dual
    raise3D_N2_dual
    raise3D_N2_plus_dual
    raise3D_N2_plus_dual

    http://forum.raise3d.com/viewtopic.php?t=1562
    Last edited by Roberts_Clif; 10-16-2017 at 07:14 AM.

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