The file I created was done in Fusion360 as well. Each part which should get a color was a component. Then I exported each component as a separat stl file. Then I imported them like it is done in the first video I linked.pavel.v8 wrote: ↑Thu Jul 13, 2017 5:47 pmI see...
i think this can be even more simple that method with S3D, where i would have to make multiple g-code files and run them one-by-one (that's why i asked about leveling). Here it's only one g-code with pause for filament changes.
One question, maybe: how to split model? I guess i must do it with my modelling software (Fusion360)? Am i right: i should draw each part(color) as separate body and save it as stl file...? Correct?
Thanks! it was a lot of fun and it came out quite good...pavel.v8 wrote: Uau, great product! Congratulations!
pavel.v8 wrote: So, you made each color a few layers high, just enought that extruder nozzle doesn't bump into already printed part, i guess max. around 1mm, right?
I have silicone protector on my nozzle (from e3d-online), so i'm even more limited. I think i will have to remove it for such "complicated" prints. But it really helps keeping nozzle clean. No cleaning is needed since filament doesn't stick to silicone at all. It's pitty that such low-cost stuff isn't already included in the kit...
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