From: Miller, Michael W (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 11 2003 - 00:06:02 EET
I purposely disabled the Z-compensation and beamcomp on a part the other day, then copy/pasted the build style to all the other parts in the build. The build styles showed zero layers of z-comp for all parts. However, when previewing the build on my sla500, I noticed that the copied-to parts were in fact still starting 2 layers later than the copied-from part. I don't know if the beam compensation took. After manually re-entering the z-comp as zero layers, the preview looked as it should.
Is this a known bug in Lightyear 1.1?
Does boundry compensation suffer the same problem?
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