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  1. Yes, use it all the time on my S5
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  2. debugging (diːˈbʌɡɪŋ) n (Computer Science) a. the process of replacing known bugs in a program with unknown bugs 😄
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  4. Before I switched the company, I worked with a UM2+ and a UM2Extended+ in the old company and we removed the glass plate after every print and only did leveling every 20 prints or something like that. We never had any issues and as this was the first UM encounter for me I was really amazed by how the UMs keep being leveled over this long time. Please don't misunderstand me, I think the auto level feature is great and I know how much time and effort it takes to develop something like that. It's very useful and as Link also said the best auto level I know, but the argument why the
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  5. If you delete the Cura folders under AppData Local and Roaming you essentially have a new install of Cura (unless there are damaged or missing files in your original install) You can try opening Cura after you have removed these files and see if it will open. You might try running it as Administrator. I have sometimes had a problem where it won't start from the original shortcut so I usually try running it from a variety of other shortcuts (Start Menu, taskbar or direct from installation location) In most cases it eventually starts. If you get Cura reporting that it has a configuration err
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  6. First of all PLA and TPLA are 99.99% the same thing as far as I'm concerned. It's like water versus water with food coloring. They have very similar temperature characteristics, same melting point, same softening point, they act the same in almost every way except the TPLA is slightly more flexible and slightly weaker. This makes it quite a bit tougher. So definitely one core for both of those is fine. So I swap between nylon and pla with the same core all the time. I already swapped twice today. It's really not a big deal. When I switch to PLA however I don't tell the print
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  7. The recommendation is in principle ok, because different materials have different pressure temperatures and there can always be a rest in the nozzle. But if you clean the PrintCore regularly or after every change from one type of material to another, i.e. with hot/cold pulls, then I don't see any problem. I don't use dedicated PrintCores and also don't do a Hot/Cold Pull very often and don't have any problems with it. But that doesn't mean that this is the correct way. I think this is rather a question of faith how to handle it. With dedicated PrintCores for every kind
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