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    CubePro App Build Volume Limit

    I find this very interesting... Nowhere can I find the actual build volume of the CubePro.


    Looking in the config files, I get one set of values... In the FAQ, another set...

    1st of all, build volume in X depends on the extruder. Extruder one has the greatest range.

    These are the actual numbers that won't choke the CubePro App...

    X=11.039"
    Y=10.645"
    Z=9.055"

    These values will not trigger the "out of bounds" notice.

    The app rounds these number but I promise you that the values in the image will trigger an "out of bounds" condition.

    03162019_cubeprovolume.PNG

    Now to test this theory

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    The limit of the build volume if you actually wish to print it is different IF SIDEWALKS ARE ENABLED!...

    X-max=10.409"
    Y-max=10.015"
    Z-max=9.055"

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    This shows CubePro is more than Cube3...
    The white outline was suppose to be .04" wide (1mm). It drew the outer line, filled the gap, and drew the inner line.

    If I'm correct, that means we can create walls as narrow at 0.7mm.

    This is the area on the CubePro bed that we can access.

    03162019_cubeprolimit.PNG

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    And check the preview..​. I ran one print at 300um and it cut off the left end.

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    9.05" pillar. No pauses but all in slow mode. Very sturdy unlike what Cube3 would do. This one is fused.

    03172019_pillar.PNG
    Last edited by TommyDee; 03-16-2019 at 11:10 PM.

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    Fuzzy surface or???

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    No, just an interesting texture.

 

 

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