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Can't slice in Mirror Mode on Stratos, but Duplication Mode works


Rango264
(@rango)
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In Stratos I want to slice for Mirror Mode, but it is unable to slice. The curios thing is that the Duplication Mode is able to slice. Could you please have a look? I use Stratos 1.3 on Mac.


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Rango264
(@rango)
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Ok when I scale down on 93% Mirror Mode would work. Why is the space for Mirror Mode so narrow? As I told you, the Duplication Mode works with 100% scaling.


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jcalicchio
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Hello Rango,

The difference of the build in the mirror mode because exists the possibility that the extruders collide in the middle, remember that is a mirror and when the left extruder goes to the right side, the right extruder goes to the left side, this is why is necessary to reduce the space in the mirror mode.

If you have another problem with the mirror mode, please open a ticket: https://support.bcn3d.com/knowledge/kb-tickets/new


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Rango264
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@jcalicchio Yes I could understand it now. If you only think of the space on the build plate it was confusing to me that Duplication Mode works but Mirror Mode not. Maybe you could make it more clear in Stratos with some text on the high lighted area like "Space for Mirror Mode" or in Duplication Mode "Space for Duplication Mode".

PS: In any case it makes a lot of fun now working with your printer. And I really like the Draft mode with 0.8 Hotend, it's so fast!

This post was modified 7 months ago by Rango264

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