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martinfroml
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Tvorba podpěr v rámci modifikátoru

Dobrý den, poradí mi, zda lze v PrusaSlider vytvořit podpěr v rámci modifikátoru.

Mám vytvořený model, pomocí načteného modelu ve formě modifikátoru jsem průnikem vytvořiv v modelu otvor. (u modifikátoru jsme zrušil perimerty a výplň). Nyní bych ve vytvořeném otvoru potřeboval umístit podpěry. Bohužel mi podpěry přes modifikátor umístit nelze.

Lze to?

 

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Posted : 01/06/2021 7:59 am
Ringarn67
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RE: Tvorba podpěr v rámci modifikátoru

@martinfroml

I THINK I understand what you want to do.
It will be a lot easier for someone to help you if you upload your Prusaslicer project file, here is a link to how you do that.

https://forum.prusaprinters.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/How-to-save-and-upload-a-project-1.pdf

Prusa I3 MK3S+ (kit dec -20), PrusaSlicer, Fusion 360, Windows 10...
Posted : 01/06/2021 1:53 pm
martinfroml
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Topic starter answered:
RE: Tvorba podpěr v rámci modifikátoru

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Posted : 14/06/2021 12:38 pm
Neophyl
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RE: Tvorba podpěr v rámci modifikátoru

That is not going to work.  Basically an enforcer either via a modifier mesh or painted on defines which triangles/faces of the model mesh need supporting.  Once defined the support algorithm then still tries to build from the surfaces below to get to those defined areas. A modifier as used to remove perimeters doesn't actually change the underlying mesh and so you cant apply a modifier to those areas, those faces don't exist in the model.

If you already have meshes that define your areas to remove just bang them all into something like Blender and do a boolean difference and then export the tankard.  That way its in PS as a proper mesh with those areas as part of the object and you can then apply supports as normal.  Its a 20 second job.

While modifiers are great in a pinch they are not really designed to do CAD work.  If you look at the areas removed you will notice that there are 'holes' where the infill is visible through.  This is a side effect/limitation of using them as you are doing.  Basically do the design work in a proper cad tool and leave the slicer to do slicing.

Posted : 14/06/2021 1:24 pm
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