So have setup a local network. Can access the remote computer (Pulse attached) and Matter Control on the remote, but get an error that cannot connect to the printer. If I go to the remote computer and run Matter Control locally it will connect.
@larsbrubaker Thank you. I was trying to think of how to keep things clear and easy to understand and those description bubbles were perfect to use. Those are going to come in handy alot for me, for descriptions and notes.
@intj123 You are right about the bed sizes. I had to break out the measuring tape and measure the bed on my newest printer. It was off just a little bit. You make a good point, because most people wouldn't think of measuring the bed for exact numbers right off the bat and lose time trying and filament to figure out whats wrong in settings.
This was great to see. One particular model I have been working on had me wishing for similar feature and I didn't realise it was already there, I just wasn't taking the right approach. This is awesome. Thank you for creating and sharing this video Lars. And thanks for the post and sharing Tinken.
Sequential printing would be great. It is especially helpful for those of us who have large industrial printers. Not just one part at a time, but groups of parts at a time. The slicer I use to currently achieve this is not fun to work with.
Smaller printers, for example the Pulse XE can be easily modified to use longer print beds. I have seen small printers with beds one meter long. These systems work great for sequential printing.
@cope413 I was aware of the first layer adjustment. It was still 0 however even though the control parameter Z offset was 0.08mm. Not sure if the layer adjustment should have said 0.08mm because of the control setting - problem?