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1.2.6 x64 - Sequential printing not working #2633

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thiagopeixoto16 opened this Issue Feb 5, 2015 · 6 comments

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It is always telling that the extruder will colide.
Ini and STL files on:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/pqsmt90pyutrkib/AACOamcNYLzAAFOtbWWeA6zna?dl=0

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I succeeded slicing them. No error message. Try moving the parts around a bit, that might help.

Slic3r 1.2.6 on Win7/64

zsolta commented Feb 5, 2015

I succeeded slicing them. No error message. Try moving the parts around a bit, that might help.

Slic3r 1.2.6 on Win7/64

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thiagopeixoto16 Feb 6, 2015

The Celtic piece is 60% scaled. Did you scaled too?

The Celtic piece is 60% scaled. Did you scaled too?

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Nope, just put the parts on the plate, imported the config file and generated the g-code. I'll try the scaled version tomorrow.

zsolta commented Feb 6, 2015

Nope, just put the parts on the plate, imported the config file and generated the g-code. I'll try the scaled version tomorrow.

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It's already tomorrow and I just tried the scaled version. It works, no issues. I positioned the parts manually. Drag them a bit around, that helped me a few times in the past.

zsolta commented Feb 6, 2015

It's already tomorrow and I just tried the scaled version. It works, no issues. I positioned the parts manually. Drag them a bit around, that helped me a few times in the past.

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thiagopeixoto16 Feb 6, 2015

The funny thing is that the problem is random...
I tried again and no problems where found... I'm not sure how to reproduce now...
I'll share the configurations if I noticed this again.

The funny thing is that the problem is random...
I tried again and no problems where found... I'm not sure how to reproduce now...
I'll share the configurations if I noticed this again.

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I found the issue: the background processing were not restarted when a previous run failed because of object collision.

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alexrj commented Feb 15, 2015

I found the issue: the background processing were not restarted when a previous run failed because of object collision.

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