Ok, I have a model I want to print, Slicer has interpreted my wishes with the settings I have made, but there is a problem, the bottom of the model somehow got sealed all the way across… by another program. So I edited the G-code and got rid of the base I didn’t want, I set the first z height to 0 and the first layer prints fine, Yea!, but when the second layer prints it is at 8.880 mm up off the bed and of course this is wrong, I went through the Gcode and the rest is the same, above the bed, not from the bed up.
Is there a way to set the gcode to just start at the 0 bed height regardless of the next z- command line? So that it would print from that point in the model and just progress up?
Cutting the base of the model off in G-code is much easier than using the many faulty modelling programs out there that put false bottoms on all my models when they cut them or they leave holes in the solid model. The Slicer output got me past that nonsense, but now my model is 8.880mm above the bed, I may just find a platform I can adjust to meet this requirement if a simple software solution doesn’t present itself.
help, thanks in advance.