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Another method - shake it off Taken from Automatic 3D Print Removal using G-Code, by Make Anything In order to shake the completed print from the bed, you can use an ending script, like so: See the video at 2:45 for an explanation of the scripts, both starting and ending. Note that the starting script does not include a wipe ...


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I've ran the code on my own CNC machine. I slightly adapted the code as my machine doesn't understand the movement without the instruction code: Z1 F10.0 Z-2.9 X10.792 Z-2.938 F10.0 X10.771 Z-2.971 X10.738 Z-2.992 X10.7 Z-3 X10.6 X10.562 Y0.092 X10.529 Y0.071 X10.508 Y0.038 X10.5 Y0 is changed to G1 Z1 F10.0 G1 Z-2.9 G1 X10.792 Z-2.938 F10.0 G1 X10.771 Z-2....


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Parts of the circle are at different heights. When I rendered your 30 or so actual G1 and G2 lines, here's what I got. It looks like a circle from above, but form the sde you can see depth changes. What are those coordinate lines with no G0 ot G1 or G2 or G3 command for? ============================= Okay, here's a simple gcode I just made by hand do to ...


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It is hard to be sure from the picture. When I wrote this answer, material you were cutting looked like clear plastic. When I reviewed it now, the material looks more like aluminum. It doesn't really matter, since the melting point of aluminum is well within the range of both high speed steel (HSS) and carbide. What follows is a list of possibilities and ...


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