Cura Plugin - Swap At Z

By pmdude

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pmdude
pmdude
about 6 years
Hi Matthew. The plugin was made for the older Cura version before the Cura 2 and Cura 3 rewrites. I've updated the description.
Matthew Roberts
Matthew Roberts
about 6 years
for the life of me i cannot get this plugin to show up in the toolbox in cura 3.4 i've extracted it, and put it in the folder, and trying to browse and find it to install, nothing i also don't see where i can access it. any tips would be awesome!
Christoph Drescher
Christoph Drescher
over 6 years
hi, how can I start the plugin? I pasted the .py file in the plugins folder of cura like in the Description. the only difference is that my cura is installed in the ordinary c folder. not the (x86). and shall I use the 1.1 or the 1.2 file? where can I start the plugin in cura. it is neither in the post processing option, nor in the plugins settings. I use cura 3.0.4 Thank you
pmdude
pmdude
almost 8 years
Unfortunately it doesn't. The new cura handle plugins differently so it would need to be redone (at least partially).
cyclone
cyclone
almost 8 years
Does this work with the new 2.1+ versions of Cura?
Stanos
Stanos
about 9 years
<p>Thank you so much for this plugin. &nbsp;I've been having a hell of a time getting the top of a print that has a top facing star on it to outline correctly. &nbsp;Now I can set the last couple mm to almost solid infill so no more unsupported lines without having to make the entire thing solid. &nbsp;This should have been part of the official release.</p>
pmdude
pmdude
about 9 years
<p>I would have to test it but you should be able to stack more than once plugin entry and provide different premade gcodes.</p>
slem waalwijk
slem waalwijk
about 9 years
<p>Thanks so much for this, it works beautifully! One question though: we use it to change infill density throughout a design, but can you adjust density several times or just once? For instance, I wanted to print a cylinder as a test for different infill densities and just repeated the plugin to create an infill gradient, starting from 90% then, 80%, 70% etc. Upon printing it started at 90% but then went straight to 10%. Any suggestions on how I combine several infills with your plugin?</p>
pmdude
pmdude
over 9 years
<p>Thanks for mentionning it. I'll see what's causing it.</p>
chetas
chetas
over 9 years
Is a fantastic work, I have tried testing with "only follow mesh surface" expert setting, but don't work (one gcode with and the other without this option). Do you know how fix this?<div><br></div><div>I think Is not a problem of using it, because works fine with fill percentage.</div>

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