Hevort printed parts.

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Hevort printed parts.

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Can someone help me with the support structurs on the hevort parts. I have no clue where to put them. . .or even which orientation to print..

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Re: Hevort printed parts.

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Hello what's part you need print?

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STD gantry

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For know the orientation you can download the STL and open this in Cura.
The sides that should be against the bed are indicated by the arrows:

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Maybe I made a mistake on the carriages, if you print vertically the carriage (the side where the 2020 go inside) maybe than less support, but I printed like this and it's ok. Be carreful because the carriage is fragile when you manipulate.

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Great. Thanks a lot!

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