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  1. Is there a list of Cura's Tokens / Keywords that I can use in my preSwitchExtruder.gode, postSwitchExtruder.gcode, start2.gcode and end2.gcode? I found some of them like "{print_bed_temperature}" for example. A complete list would be helpful for customizing my code to improve my prints.
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  2. Ulti Event Utrecht, november 15 2015. We got an in-depth presentation on the new Cura. A new architecture with basically the same functionality, but presented in a different way and with way more settings for the advanced users. These settings are somehow hidden, so new and less experienced users are not scared off. The four simple settings are now replaced by a slider with actually one hundred simple settings. Which is nice if time is an issue in your printing, as time is the parameter in this slider. Then there are the plugins. Cura is now fully built around the concept of plugins. So al
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  3. I'm re-working a guitar that I built a couple of years ago. I have glue'd a really nice piece of flame maple veneer to it using a vacuum bag that I made from scrap at our engineered films division and I have put binding on it in order to hide that it is a veneer top and to protect the edge. I decided to print some of the tooling for doing this. I made 2 dremel attachments. One of them for cutting the binding channel on the edge of the guitar and another for trimming some ABS strips into thin pieces for additional decorative strips on the edge of the binding (called purfing). I have not ta
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  4. TIP: a safe way to get more space between the Olsson block and the fanshrout; When you normally create enough space between the block and the metal fan shrout you'll need about 2mm space between the PTFE and the metal hot-end-isolator. When you do this you increase the spring tension on the teflon. A way to do it without the additional tension is using "korneel's tube" iso the spring. Will probably increase the life of your PTFE ... You'll need a somewhat shorter version of the tube, I made it 1mm shorter. https://www.youmagine.com/designs/ultimaker-2-spring-replacement
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  6. You are asking the wrong guy. Try asking the Cura developers. I'd love to know the answer too.
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  7. I'm not sure if it's a bug or a feature, but I'm afraid this is giving me worse print results than before... The newest Cura messed up the printing order: Infill is printed first, shells second, and finally it does the "100%" infill parts (top, bottom, odd angle walls). My latest print shows lots of blobs on the vertical surfaces, and the parts where the infill connects to the shell sticks out. So I get vertical lines in my walls. I guess the reason is that if the infill is printed first (with 15% overlap), there already is some material when the printer does the shells. This leads to the
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  8. Here's a list from Jonathon, the developer of KS. It is as of the released version, but I believe there may be new tokens in the Beta versions. Please don't ask me to interpret, as I find the writing a bit confusing too. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kisslicer tokens Most parameters can have an offset, parsed as any number after the TOKEN is the same as is the same as is the same as E.g. If is valued at 100, then = = 115 Some offsets are parsed as integers, specifically the extruder , temperature , and
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