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WSF, where are you? [message #40108] Sun, 11 December 2011 20:19 UTC Go to next message
avatar cadalu  is currently offline cadalu
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Hey guys,

Stupid question time, do you have any idea why polished wsf, grey, indigo and red would show up for a model but not regular wsf?

If it didn't meet the wsf requirements, wouldn't it by default not meet the other wsf options?

TIA!
Re: WSF, where are you? [message #40110 is a reply to message #40108 ] Sun, 11 December 2011 21:35 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar Kasss_Gnarl  is currently offline Kasss_Gnarl
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Hi,

Something that happened to me in the past was that I placed an order for one of my models in WSF, but it was rejected for having tine walls. After updating the model I was unable to select WSF as in the 'edit' page the available in this material check box had become un-checked.

If you have had a rejection for your model be sure to see if this has happened.
Re: WSF, where are you? [message #40126 is a reply to message #40108 ] Mon, 12 December 2011 10:09 UTC Go to previous message
avatar pfeiffer stylez  is currently offline pfeiffer stylez
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cadalu wrote on Sun, 11 December 2011 20:19


Stupid question time, do you have any idea why polished wsf, grey, indigo and red would show up for a model but not regular wsf?


For WSF, each axis has to be at least 2.5mm (new design rules).
Is your model smaller than 2.5mm in one axis ?

 
   
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