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[Micke]
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How to print a name plaque with a consistent ”first” top layer

In fusion 360 when you extrude the text, select ’New Body’. This way you get a new body for each letter.

Now save that file in the cloud in order to be able to complete the next step.

Select all bodys and in the ’File’ menu, select ’Export’ and then choose ’.stl’ as Type and save it locally to your computer. This will save all bodys in one .stl file.

Now you open it in Prusa Slicer and the last layer before the text starts is printed in one go from one corner to the next.

Posted : 25/06/2020 9:32 am
[Micke]
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RE: How to print a name plaque with a consistent ”first” top layer

Maybe I should add that this works for Prusa Slicer 2.2.0+

Posted : 25/06/2020 9:35 am
[Micke]
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RE: How to print a name plaque with a consistent ”first” top layer

Forgot that I took a picture as well;

Posted : 25/06/2020 9:40 am
[Micke]
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RE: How to print a name plaque with a consistent ”first” top layer

I wish you could edit your posts... I named my topic bad, it should be ‘How to make a name plaque...’

Posted : 25/06/2020 10:19 am
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