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Cannot create g-code for pre-arranged sequential printing objects of different STLs #2480

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blue-ice opened this Issue Jan 2, 2015 · 2 comments

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blue-ice commented Jan 2, 2015

Slic3r 1.1.7
Lubuntu Trusty 14.04 LTS
No command line parameters
Config file

endstop+motor_clip.stl
motor_clip.stl

The print here is set up to be sequential, so each object should complete individually. The radius of the extruder is 17mm, and the height is 15mm. The parts are only about 6mm tall.

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When setting up a print with 4x endstop+motor_clip.stl and 8x motor_clip.stl (above), and pressing "Arrange" on the top button, the print will not export to g-code and it instead fails with "Some objects are too close; your extruder will collide with them."

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Even moving the prints slightly apart from each other didn't help at all.

However, after arranging the print into 2 separate areas, one with one STL, and the other with the other STL, the g-code was exported:

2015-01-01-160223_923x432_scrot

What I'm hoping is that it would export with the original setup instead of having to move it around. Thanks.

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Thank you, I have fixed this in 1.2.5-dev.

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alexrj commented Jan 7, 2015

Thank you, I have fixed this in 1.2.5-dev.

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blue-ice commented Jan 9, 2015

Thanks!

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