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Aligning of the objects in gcode doesn't correspond with the preview (2D or 3D) #2464

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hroncok opened this Issue Dec 29, 2014 · 5 comments

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hroncok commented Dec 29, 2014

Slic3r version: 1.2.3 (downloaded from slic3r.org)
OS: Fedora 21 64bit
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Used STL: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:92847/#files swisskeyringv2.stl

Steps to reproduce:

  1. add swisskeyringv2.stl
  2. split
  3. rotate one part by 45 degrees
  4. position it in 2D or 3D preview like shown on the first pic (close to each other)
  5. observe the gcode preview (exported gcode looks the same)

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gcode

Also happens with two cubes exported from OpenSCAD:

cube([30,30,10]);

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slicr4

Works fine when I click more button and position them, but behaves weirdly when the file is added twice and displayed as two stls in the list.

So I guess it is not data sensitive.

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This seems to be caused by auto-centering. Can you confirm it doesn't happen when disabling auto-centering?

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alexrj commented Dec 29, 2014

This seems to be caused by auto-centering. Can you confirm it doesn't happen when disabling auto-centering?

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When auto-centering is disabled, this issue is not happening.

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hroncok commented Dec 29, 2014

When auto-centering is disabled, this issue is not happening.

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Thank you @hroncok

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alexrj commented Dec 29, 2014

Thank you @hroncok

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I fixed this now.

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alexrj commented Dec 29, 2014

I fixed this now.

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Thanks for quick fix.

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hroncok commented Dec 29, 2014

Thanks for quick fix.

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