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Print multiple figures in one file


Hello everyone. Let me explaine my problem.

For print i using OPPM programm print3d and for make 3d models MagicaVoxel and converter.

When i make big textures like 32x32x32 or highter converter cut this file to small parts 16x16x16.

But when i try to print, it's print only the first one in list.

And everytime i must cut this file by my self for print each part of one big texture. 

Example of converted file.

Any solutuon for print one by one with one file ?

Thx alot and i hope you help me.  :rolleyes: 

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Well, you was should to ask me directly.


I had this problem of mass printing too, but then made temporary solution.


I edited standard print3d.lua program and made it work with many printers printing many parts same time:



How to use

  1. Download it
    1. wget "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Krutoy242/OpenComputers/master/printAll.lua" printAll.lua
  2. You must use file with table like my converter do - each part separated by commas. So, your example is fine.
  3. Set any count of printers, connect them and don't forget to fuel up.
    I connected three printers with hoppers to chest.

  4. Lunch program and give converted table as second param, just like always.
    Also, you can add counts of copies, like in original one.

  5. Now, wait before all parts will be printed



Hope this will be useful.
Still, want to aware that this program is raw, have errors and problems.

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