You need to 'Show Printer' in the overflow menu (3 dots in upper right).
I'm showing the Ender 3 MAX end gcode in the screen shot and it should not have a home in there. Let us know if you get it working and what you did and we will be sure to include any fixes you make in the profile.
What I am talking about with the align remaining as active is not about grouping it is about scripting or creating dynamic content. With this feature when the internal items change size or shape the align in re-applied and a complex object can be built.
Here is a great example. If you were to dig into these objects you would find that there are many aligns inside that are still active so the compound object can be resized.
And here is an animation of the aligns holding the design together as I change things.
You can see in the tree view there are lots of 'un-applied' aligns in there.
I do think there is a "power of the and" here where it could do what you expect and still be available for scripting.
Yes, that is an issue that we need to resolve. Until then, you can make the cylinder slightly larger so that the two faces, the bottom of your part and the bottom of the cylinder, are not touching. If the cylinder reaches outside of your part a little bit, it will subtract much better.
@stephenbell Sorry you are still experiencing issues with your printer.
You do not need the Pro version of MC in order to use your printer. Pro version is for special add-ons and ad removal.
I find that the actual slicing on MC is faster than my Cura and Simplfy. That being said, when you press the slice button; MC does not just slice the object, it optimizes and also writes to your drive and then reloads it. MC is based on Cura slice engine. CPU/drive speed is the factor here. I have a 1012 layer print that takes a maximum of 30 seconds to do. Actual slicing part of this process is done in under 1 second. The difference may be your hardware. Graphics are unmatched in Mattercontrol, you can see great detail and the texture shading is awesome, but here hardware is required. I have nVidia and Radeon video cards which work equally well. If you are using cpu graphics, here could be one of your issues. I assume you have a high end video card since you are working in Solidworks?
You can use another slicer, but you still have to load the item back into MC to place the leveling code into your gcode.
I would like to know more about the hardware you are using, maybe a system info printout would help us. You may also have a bad install of the program? If you reinstall MC, uninstall it, remove folders created and any registry entries you may have. Reboot before reinstalling again with the most up to date software.