I have never been able to get this to work correctly. For instance if I want the seam at the back of a print, on the Y axis and perpendicular to the X I can set the coordinates but it doesn't place it there.
On the supports you can delete supports you want by selecting the remove support button and then clicking on the individual supports you want to remove.Rewire wrote: ↑Thu Jan 31, 2019 8:18 amI also want to point out that using the feature in this way creates irregular, inconsistent start lines on the print, which for some prints is completely useless or somewhat obtrusive.
As an example, I have attached an image showing what I'm thinking of.
I'd like it to work more like the tool where we can add supports. (Which, as I'm mentioning, needs an option to delete a single support instead of just clear all or nothing).
I'm not saying the current implementation isn't good, it's just not great because the control is limited.
I've replied in that thread.armsofilum wrote: ↑Wed Jan 30, 2019 5:27 pm@S3D-Jake
Related to Rewire's request, do you have any thoughts on using relative x and y coordinates per model as mentioned in the thread linked below?
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We've been planning some topics for new tutorials. If this is something that's confused many of you, I can certainly suggest it for our content team to look into further.wirlybird wrote:I have never been able to get this to work correctly. For instance if I want the seam at the back of a print, on the Y axis and perpendicular to the X I can set the coordinates but it doesn't place it there.
A detailed tutorial with a part and some basic examples including coordinates would be great.
Let's say one example could be to have a cube and place the seam on the back side in-between the left and right rear corners/edges.