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I fixed it.
I had to remove the printer and re-add it. All 4 profiles showing now =)
1337Slewis replied to reply:
Where 1st layer width settings gone in Cura 2.5 ?
porlock posted a
I forgot to mention the important bit: On Windows.
markwal replied to reply:
Really cool :) Thanks for the hard work!!
kmanstudios replied to reply:
Thanks, greatly appreciated.
nigel replied to reply:
Really nobody knows how to solve my issue :(?
Is they a way to set 1st layer width in Cura 2.5 ?Why this new top/bottom layers width is made for ?Or why 1st layer width was deprecated ?
porlock replied to reply:
Standard PLA profile of the UM3, final temp is 15C lower than the printing temp, MUCH more than the 5C you mention.
I understand that this setup is nice for printing trinkets, but I'm worried about the effect on the mechanical strength of parts....
ultiarjan replied to reply:
Hey nice idea the remote control, i figure that i can use the PCI express 8pin power cable (a have a lot of them from broken PC power supply) and mod that to take all the cables. 8 cables:
2 for heater
2 for sensor
2 for hot end fan
2 for shroud fans
chenci replied to reply:
Was working on a few models this morning, work on one close down open cura again work on the other. Left one open for 20mins and it had gone up to the below.
Cura open, with part sliced and is in layer view model. UM3 is on network but no files have been sent to the machine...
Here is an example of the time change in output just by running the same file at a different time:
Old time- 49.25 hours
New Time- 49 hours
I am not sure why this would be. It is not much, but should the times not be the same?
Trebor's print called
If the rear fan doesn't spin you do get blocks mid-print or at the start of a newer print after things have cooled down.
The problem is almost always in the wiring just inside or above the print head. Remove the plastic netting (slide it up or cut the heatshrink off the end if necessar...
gr5 replied to reply:
It could also be too many retractions. A photo of your part would help to diagnose if this is likely the problem.
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