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conformal 3d Printing (using no support)
#1
Hi can some one help , im looking to import or slice a file that is not standard linear printing . For Example non conformal printing. 

link to show what im after: https://youtu.be/Ud8p7nGR3U0


Thanks for your help !!!
#2
You should be able to import 5-axis 3D printing tool path by simply drag and dropping the NC file in RoboDK.
But RoboDK can't help you create such a file.
You need to find a slicer that can do such a thing and I don't know any personally.

Jeremy
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#3
This is what I am studying for my Masters's Thesis currently.  Hopefully, I can share my finalized thesis mid 2022 with you then. But obviously, this won't help you now.  I am currently using rhino and grasshopper to create tool paths.   Still waiting on a response from the team at RoboDK on IO control for my robot so I can test simulations without manually turning on and off my extruder at layer changes. Hopefully either I can get some guidance to point me in the right direction or once my classes finish I can devote more time to trying to figure it out.
#4
The extruder is driven by the E value in your Gcode or by an Extruder function. With RoboDK you can customize how you drive your extruder in the post processor.

I recommend you to take a look at this section:
https://robodk.com/doc/en/Robot-Machinin...rint3Dpost
  




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