Thanks, but I don't see how that helps.
I want to print the slice on paper with toner using an HP laserjet 4L
office printer...or any other windows-compatible printer.
Don't think it supports Gcode. Even if it did support Gcode,
manually editing the file means that I introduce a set of possible errors
that may make the paper printout different from the part implemented in plastic.
I really don't want to become a Gcode guru. I want to point/click/print
from the same file so what I see on paper is exactly what I will get in plastic.
Cura lets me use the GUI to select a slice and look at it.
Just need to print that X-Y plane image with accurate dimensions on a
HP laserjet 4L paper/toner printer.
Seems like this is a feature that everyone would need.
I have a circuit board from EBAY with unspecified dimensions.
I want my friend in a remote location to print a case for it.
Would be nice to be able to lay the printout of the slice
on the board to verify that I got the holes in the right
places without spending hours and wasting plastic
and shipping a case that won't fit.