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Did as the doctors said, the prints look better for now. Hope, it will last.Thanks everyone for the help.
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Sorry for being complete noob in that, how do I check it? ;)
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I stick to the remaining 10% :-) There are nozzles dropdown, but without the possibility to add custom sizes.Will try to re-install that version of Cura again.Thanks for the help!
OK, I feel better with myself now:Image: Cura1Image: Cura2
I humbly admit that after spending some time and looking everything under the "Machine Settings" and everywhere else, I could not find where the new nozzle size can be defined.I have UM2 and do not know json. :-(
How do I set custom nozzle size (0.15mm) in Cura 2.7?
As usual since the "upgrade" of the forum - I normally open simultaneously one after another several tabs in Chrome - four or five, starting with this forum. The I read all of them, except the forum which just finishes loading by the time I browsed quickly thru the rest of the sites.That's...
Hey Ian!Wie gehts mate? It's good to see you around!