@larsbrubaker OK Ill look at the alpha update
When MC just closes, when trying to access t4erh cloud library, does it create a log? If so where would the log be?
Ive gone thru user/app data/local/ Mattercontrol folders
@tinken Ok, thank you. As I said I use CUDA for work, which I mostly do on my Mint build so i cannot avoid using Nvidia Linux drivers. I suppose I will have to live with only using MatterControl on windows.
@larsbrubaker It is all ok. I am no longer chained to Mattercontrol since I went to Duet and no longer need MC to level my bed. But if you are making engineering parts using MC/Pulse with usb connection, it has to be on Linux or you will get interrupts on Windows, even if you unplug from the internet.
I use MatterControl because it is superior to the other slicers (I have most of them), except for when you are making a large print in Nylon, then Simplify is better because of multiple skirt layers.
Alternatively, the printers also have a wifi card, that enable me to connect fine with an IP and with port I can specify (currently 8686), but even in MC network mode, it reports it can't open the port.
@tinken Yes I understand how subtract works, I know you are trying to help. However it appears that a subbtracted flattend part got corrupted. I got around it by using Combine. Once I combined the part that was erroneously subtracting, subtract worked corectly.
Salut. Il existe un livre disponible sur Amazon pour Mattercontrol, mais il est obsolète. Si vous recherchez ceci, vous pouvez récupérer une copie utilisée. Le livre couvre beaucoup de choses que vous ne trouverez pas dans la base de connaissances en ligne.
Hello. There is a book available on Amazon for Mattercontrol, but it is out of date. If you search for this, you can pick up a used copy. The book covers many things you will not find in the online knowledge base.
We would love to look into what might be the problem. If you are willing, you can zip the following files and send them to me @matterhackers.com (NOTE: you will need to go to your actual username):
C:\Users\ Your Windows User Name \AppData\Local\MatterControl\MatterControl.db
C:\Users\ Your Windows User Name \AppData\Local\MatterControl\data\default.mcp
C:\Users\ Your Windows User Name \AppData\Local\MatterControl\Profiles\ Your MC User Name \opentabs.json
If you just want to try to get things working your can reset your app data.
Hope that helps.
If you submit an issue to support with the profile and the things you are trying to print, we'll be happy to look into it.
Here is how to export the profile.
And the best way to share the print is to save it to your cloud library and then send a share code in the support ticket.
You can also add all the same stuff to GitHub if that is easier for you.
Insert a cylinder
Right click it
Select Convert to Wipe Tower
With this method you can define both the shape and the position of the wipe tower. The tower will stop printing as soon as no more transition are required and the top of the shape will continue to be projected up as long as there is a need for more tower (even if the original shape is short).
Hope that helps
It's possible you have some bad mesh. Also, it definitely should show up in the slice image. If you've confirmed your settings and it's not showing up on the slice preview, please email us - firstname.lastname@example.org - and attach the STL.
Check your resume after pause gcode snippet. I also have found that its better to manually insert the filament when changing and put a piece of paper on your print and have a brass bristle brush handy to clean the nozzle before hitting resume
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