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multi part printing

Printing in general works fine after some fiddeling with the settings. 

But whenever i try to print multiple parts in one process (all from the same 3d model) each new layer is shifted along the x or y axis or sometimes both. At the toolpath preview evrything looks like it should and as single part printing works just fine i am not sure how to fix this.  

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In the G-Code tab of the process, make sure that you turn off "Allow zeroing of extrusion distances (i.e. G92 E0).

That is now the default in the newest configuration.


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