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Punkel
(@punkel)
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Perimeter start

Hi!

Can you add slicer option, taht permiter start is not always same startpoint, its very annoyng when the startpoint is whole part.

Posted : 20/09/2021 8:52 am
Antonio
(@antonio-2)
Moderator
solved here

Hi, you can already modify the seam position going to Print settings-layers and perimeters-seam position (to the bottom) and put in "random" 😉

Parlo italiano...but I'm not an expert....
Posted : 20/09/2021 10:47 am
Swiss_Cheese
(@swiss_cheese)
Noble Member

@punkel

 

Aside form the ability to set the seam position in: Print Settings/Layers and perimeters: Advanced, you also have a tool available to you in slicer called the (Seam Painting) tool, it can be accessed by selecting [P] on the keyboard or form this sidebar menu.

 

you can paint the seam where you like, this tool has a great deal of functionality and can even be used to paint inside of hollow models if needed.

 

Enjoy

 

Swiss_Cheese

 

The Filament Whisperer...
Posted : 20/09/2021 2:50 pm
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Punkel
(@punkel)
Active Member
Topic starter answered:
@everybody

Tnx a lot 🙂

Posted : 20/09/2021 3:28 pm
Durahl
(@durahl)
Trusted Member
Personally...

Personally, I'd welcome the addition of a ruler to the painting feature that would act as a 1-pixel wide straight edge that will paint a clean and straight vertical line down the a section of the model. Currently I have to use my Wacom Cintiq 24HD Touch Monitor to draw a straight line using the Pen and a literal 3D printed plastic Ruler ( just something softer than the screen ) to do that 😑

Or alternatively the option to select a Vertex along an edge and it'll automatically select all Vertexes below that one to create a nice straight line 🤔

Posted : 04/10/2021 12:16 am
Swiss_Cheese
(@swiss_cheese)
Noble Member
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@durahl

 

I would welcome a feature like that offered in Photoshop (the original PS) where you click once (point A) (hold shift) and Click again (point B) and a straight line is drawn between them. however, I have found that a straight edge for your mouse (If you use a mouse) works great for this.

 

Good Luck

 

Swiss_Cheese

The Filament Whisperer...
Posted : 04/10/2021 12:24 am
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