Notifications
Clear all

Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě  

  RSS
Vojtěch Zechner
(@vojtech-zechner)
Active Member
Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě

Dobrý večer, měl bych dotaz. Ve sliceru jsem si dal dva čtverce, každý jinou barvou a jsou ve stejné vrstvě a slicer mi hlásí že je problém v g codu. Jde to nějak vyřešit??? Moc děkuji za pomoc

Posted : 11/06/2024 7:03 pm
Eef
 Eef
(@eef)
Reputable Member
RE: Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě

If you do not mind, I will answer in English. 

The error is logical. You cannot print twice on the same place. 
Maybe best is, to upload your 3mf file (compressed as zip) so we have a look and can advice. 

We will do what we have always done. We will find hope in the impossible.

Posted : 11/06/2024 8:12 pm
Vojtěch Zechner
(@vojtech-zechner)
Active Member
Topic starter answered:
RE: Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě

understand that it is not possible to print twice in the same place, but how can you print the window in a square with a different color??? I'm primarily concerned with a different model. I would send it tomorrow

Posted : 11/06/2024 8:19 pm
Vojtěch Zechner
(@vojtech-zechner)
Active Member
Topic starter answered:
RE:

kosky (8)_0,4n_0,2mm_PLA,PLA_MK4ISMMU3_3h44mkosky (8)

Zde je model, který bych potřeboval vytisknout. Stále hlásí problémy s prázdnou vrstvou, což také nechápu proč

This post was modified 1 month ago by Vojtěch Zechner
Posted : 12/06/2024 5:43 am
Eef
 Eef
(@eef)
Reputable Member
RE: Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě

Maybe as a start to help: https://help.prusa3d.com/article/color-change_1687  

We will do what we have always done. We will find hope in the impossible.

Posted : 12/06/2024 6:09 am
Vojtěch Zechner
(@vojtech-zechner)
Active Member
Topic starter answered:
RE:

I know this, but it not for my solution

Posted : 12/06/2024 7:46 pm
Eef
 Eef
(@eef)
Reputable Member
RE:

I studied your model:
- The error comes from the kosky-8.stl. It can not be printed this way (all upper parts would be printed in air)
- When combined with the cube (as two stls on the same space), this is not solved, because the slicer still sees the two stls as seperated.
Two solve this you would have to merge them into one object. But then you loose the color information.
- I could solve the error by inserting a small cylinder connecting the bottom capitals with the top capitals. (the error of conflicting g-code cannot be solved this way). 

We will do what we have always done. We will find hope in the impossible.

Posted : 13/06/2024 6:45 am
Eef
 Eef
(@eef)
Reputable Member
RE: Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě

PS. you can even place that cylinder outside of the cube (even in the wipe tower 🙂 ). 
It will do a color change every layer (that is the downside). 

We will do what we have always done. We will find hope in the impossible.

Posted : 13/06/2024 6:59 am
Vojtěch Zechner
(@vojtech-zechner)
Active Member
Topic starter answered:
RE: Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě

Děkuji za pomoc ještě se zeptám šlo by tedy otočit obě stl. tak aby to neleželo na spodním nápisu a tím pádem by nehlásilo chybu vrsty 0??? Zkoušel jsem to, ale nejde mi potom to k sobě napárovat.

Posted : 13/06/2024 11:40 am
Eef
 Eef
(@eef)
Reputable Member
RE: Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě

I guess with the last upload I did, your problem is not solved. 
Rethinking it today, I think the empty layers are not really a problem. But printing twice on the same place is. 

So I made a second one solving the complete problem:
1. I split kosky 8 to objects (many many !!)
2. Then I rebuild kosky 8 in 3 groups:
 - top, mid and bottom (NB Also reversed bottom 180 degrees because it was upside down).
NB: In between step: exported the 3 groups as top.stl mid.stl and bottom.stl
3. imported these 3 files and merged them. 
I used the original kosky 8 file to adjust them on the exact height and placement
4. imported kosky7 and also merged into same object. 
5. connected each sub-object with extruder
Done. slicing is without errors. This is because:
- In the original kosky8 file must have been an error. By splitting them en joining new, the error is gone
- all parts must be merged into 1 file to be sure that there is not two stls on the same place. 
 

We will do what we have always done. We will find hope in the impossible.

Posted : 13/06/2024 1:09 pm
Eef
 Eef
(@eef)
Reputable Member
RE: Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě

 

Posted by: @vojtech-zechner

Děkuji za pomoc ještě se zeptám šlo by tedy otočit obě stl. tak aby to neleželo na spodním nápisu a tím pádem by nehlásilo chybu vrsty 0??? Zkoušel jsem to, ale nejde mi potom to k sobě napárovat.

When you want to print TWO! stls with different colour on the same place, this is possible (most common example is a logo).
To do that you add second object to first object as a NEGATIVE part. 
To do that: Add negative part > Galery > Import second stl > and apply. 
Now use table in right column to exactly place the objects on top of eachother. 

We will do what we have always done. We will find hope in the impossible.

Posted : 13/06/2024 1:22 pm
Vojtěch Zechner
(@vojtech-zechner)
Active Member
Topic starter answered:
RE: Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě

Thx

Posted : 14/06/2024 6:31 am
Vojtěch Zechner
(@vojtech-zechner)
Active Member
Topic starter answered:
RE: Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě

Máš ještě jednu velkou prosbu. jak ve sliceru umístit objekt do určité výšky v ose z???vše co jste mi napsal jsem tak nejak pochopil, ale tohle mi když vložím středové nápisy tak mi nechce slicer posunout na nastavenou výšku.

Posted : 17/06/2024 10:40 am
Eef
 Eef
(@eef)
Reputable Member
RE: Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě

Ik begreep op de een of andere manier alles wat je me schreef, maar wanneer ik de centrale inscripties invoeg, wil de slicer niet naar de ingestelde hoogte bewegen.

To move to other Z height, the object has to be part of other part (what is placed on the plate), so merge first to 1 big object, then select subobject (right column) and choose move icon (top left). 
Best to set slicer always in Expert mode. 

We will do what we have always done. We will find hope in the impossible.

Posted : 17/06/2024 12:25 pm
Eef
 Eef
(@eef)
Reputable Member
RE: Dve barvy v jedne vrstvě

We will do what we have always done. We will find hope in the impossible.

Posted : 17/06/2024 12:31 pm
Share: