So with 3D printing you have the 3D model (usually an STL file) and then for the printer to print it you need to convert that file to "G-Code", the G-Code is the instructions that the printer uses to actually build the part and it's highly specific to the printer (which is why we distribute the 3D file and not the G-Code), even 2 identical printers might use slightly different G-Code depending on the machine's calibration, the material, or the ambient temperature in the room, etc.What does "Cura to slice it" mean ?
hi @nio - here is a link to the page where all the information is:Where can ich find the tutorial for installation again? thanks
How can I buy "electric_monk" IDE simulator ? I visit his blog but failed. Please let me know.Fusion360 definitely thinks those two parts are connected together, though it's certainly possible it's doing something weird (they were formed separately, then joined). I've attached a version where I've tried to make the top overlap the bottom in Fusion360 so it should be extra obvious to the software that they're the same part, but I'm not sure how to confirm so if someone can give it a shot, I'd appreciate it!