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  1. i can "cut" and leave both pieces in prusaslicer, not sure if thats the same function
  2. eh been pondering switching to Ryzen 3000.. 1st benchy (after fiddling a while with the initial calibrations/Z-offset) tried to see if i could print a Terran Trader cargo container without supports or infill, but messed up the scale… came out tiny (but seemed okay otherwise) https://imgur.com/a/JvwodwC (excuse the potato-cam)
  3. did a clean install just yesterday. hope that helps LaunchNet7.zip
  4. your PS looks nice Mim, ya sure picked the most complex model to start out with, heheh. finally gotten my Prusa Mini delivered last week, they had a ridiculous backlog of orders, lol waiting for materials now, IPA, tools & bits, stuff to get the printbed sticky etc.. 1st few sample models came out pretty nice, perfect benchy (front end lifted a mm from the print at some point though) , some tiny whistle. the machine does its bed-leveling process before starting a print. getting some upgrades for the main rig soon, and then i'll be able to get into slicer programs. think i'll give the TT a go, nice and boxey.
  5. Yeah, i've had a short looks at cura before, although half the time i don't know what i'm looking at settings wise. the thing i ordered should come with prusaslicer, ill give that a whirl first and then move to Cura. as far as testing goes, i've come across this autodesk model quite a few times, so i might try that at some point. the no-support thing is quite impressive yeah. can't see the boating industry moving away from injection molds/fiberglass setups any time soon though, heh
  6. wheres my sledgehammer?? ima knock some walls down to make room for that baby, lol IRL-scale progen warrior here i come
  7. can only speak for myself, but i dont mind at all Mim, i've read some bits about enclosures before, ppl seem to be converting IKEA LACK tables (55x55cm) into printing cabinets DIY enclosure - ordered a Prusa Mini, should be arriving at the end of november, so hoping to get into this aswell.
  8. am eyeballing the Prusa Mini atm, still more expensive than the competition, but seems more newb-friendly. only just released. https://www.prusa3d.com/original-prusa-mini/
  9. i would like to see them, even though i don't have an actual 3d printer (yet) curious how your STL's look now, AND the end result ofcourse
  10. the geometry for the wings isn't manifold/airtight ( i could lift individual faces ) attempted a quick fix, if you are willing to have a look (just removed vertex doubles) the spikey bits trailing the wings are just 2 faces and not actual geometry, those would take a bit more work, but looks like you didnt include em either mimwings.blend
  11. those wings/solar-sail panels look quite challenging :EDIT: for those wanting to get into Blender, it recently received fairly substantial upgrade to ver.2.8
  12. need an amazon account for those links? https://imgur.com is fairly straightforward
  13. could propably separate em into parts Mim, dont have a max-level Sentinel though, so some pics for reference would be nice, see below. not sure what to do with the arms did you get the above mentioned snapmaker in the end?
  14. it also seems to be reporting warnings for known passwords ? (i am not a web-developer) on the https://haveibeenpwned.com/Passwords page. *slaps self around with a trout* upgrading my passwords...
  15. ah sorry, not too helpful then. i would recommend dropping a reply in Wolfie's topic, maybe he'll have an idea (and has notifications for his thread enabled) not too familiar (at all) with al the coding/programming language, but you would expect negative X- values for a slave monitor on the left then? tonight ill try swapping my own secondary screen to the left in device properties and see what happens, bit curious now actually since i had intended to get a 3rd LCD hooked up edit: okay, i did a simple swap of the screen to the left side of the main screen, and it is indeed unresponsive, the only thing being registered is the "mouseover" action complete with audio feedback. but name field & password quit /accountmgmt /accept are all unresponsive when you click them. oO edit 2: the AHK loading script is loading the second client on -1920x0 , so your "upper left" theory seems to be correct, it''s not something related to AHK it seems either. there must be somewhere around here that has a 3 screens, or a screen on the lefthand side of the main LCD? i was planning the below setup, which to me, would make the most sense? im going to have to rethink this [ client 1 or 2 ] [ main client] [client 1 or 2] needing the mainscreen to be on the leftmost is a bit of a deal-breaker. (and having to move to the right side of the main LCD to reach the leftmost LCD , is sure to get you plenty of XP debt.. /puzzled edit 3: moderate succes now, should be workable with 2 screens atleast, not for my intended 3 screen setup though. 2nd windowed client manually dragged to the left side. all buttons okay. completely overlooked the settings in the GPU-vendor controlpanel instead of windows settings. (Credits : Kazper) nvidia: surround config : span amd : hydra grid? so you'll have a 3840x1080 desktop, instead of extending it via windows settings. think i will have to resort to a 4k screen myself as secondary so i dont get overlap with 5 alts. was hoping i could position one alt on the screen left of my main screen, could technically manually launch 6 clients in varying resolutions and drag em where i wanted (and hope none crash, or disconnect) /back to my original setup
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