Author Topic: Alternative slicer to the cubes standard software  (Read 5971 times)

rvalotta

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What exactly did you do on your Mac? and while i'm thinking about it were you able to find a cubex for osx?
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ssstraub

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No I would love a Mac version of CodeX (or a Windows version that doesn't put an "always on top" box over the center of the screen).

You'll have to Google about line feed differences between Windows and Mac. Basically I took a known good file from Windows and copied and pasted the Cube header section to KISSlicer on the Mac.

rvalotta

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Thanks for the info... Sadly I had to put the printer away. Damn thing kept turning itself off mid print... Waiting on new electronics and then taking it from there.

Going to start with just a brain transplant then decide what i want to do from there. seriosly considering a new extruder as well but thats going to take getting some $$$ to do that

Happy 3d Printing.