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  1. Hi @JerichoGuitars, thank you for your post! It sounds very interesting, but unfortunately it looks like the images you tried to attach are not visible, but a broken link. Could you perhaps have a look at this, and if possible add the images again? Thanks!
  2. I wanted to follow up on this discussion by linking to a support article with instructions on how to access API and how to remove materials if you want to: https://support.ultimaker.com/hc/en-us/articles/360016857859-How-to-troubleshoot-issues-with-material-printer-synchronization- Instructions are on the second half of the page. Good luck!
  3. If the print core is indeed programmed incorrectly, you should be able to report this with your reseller and get a new print core. Good luck!
  4. Hello, Thank you for your message and I'm sorry to hear about your issue. It is important to realise that we, Ultimaker support and community moderators, are happy to support you in getting your printer back to work. But the instructions and especially the recovery image could become updated over time and to ensure everyone uses the correct files, and not make the problem worse, we prefer if they are not shared publicly. Do you have an issue? Ask us and we'll make sure you get the correct information. I'll send you a DM with the recovery image you need
  5. Hi! Well, that makes them not the same, does it? 😉 Since one is rigid and the other is flexible, that would be exactly what you would put in the <materials> field. If I may make a suggestion: Brand: TCPoly Material: ICE9 PA Rigid Color: Dark grey Label: should be used more for like references to a certain layer height, or for 'engineering profile'. So whatever applies here. The other one could be: Brand: TCPoly Material: ICE9 PA FLEX Color: Dark grey Label: should be used more for like references to a certain layer height, or for 'engi
  6. Hi, let me check with one of our product experts and get back with you. But if you look at the existing material profiles on an Ultimaker (let's take TPU as an example), if you browse through the list of materials on your Ultimaker you see only material types, like TPU 95A listed. Which is: <material>TPU 95A</material> So perhaps you could change the <material> field to what you want it to list?
  7. You could also try to set Combing mode to 'not in skin'. Not sure how it works with spiralize, but usually it should help to prevent 'scars' running through the top surface of your print.
  8. Een negative waarde voor Initial layer horizontal expansion is inderdaad een goede manier om elephant food tegen te gaan. Ik kan ook aanraden om het engineering profile te gebruiken als je dat nog niet doet, dat profiel is er ook op afgesteld om iets nauwkeuriger te zijn. Waarom zijn ze niet allemaal nauwkeurig hoor ik je vragen? Soms is dat niet het belangrijkste in een print, soms hoeft het niet ergens in te passen en wil je enkel een zo mooi mogelijke print, of wil je zo snel mogelijk een print hebben omdat tijd de belangrijkste factor is. Nou, om die redenen hebben we een aantal verschille
  9. Most likely yes, the question is if there is already a profile for your printer in Cura. If so, you can use it just fine. If there isn't, you could try to ask the manufacturer to contribute one to Cura so you, and other users of that printer, will be able to use Cura.
  10. Hi Tim, thank you for your message. Is this for an Ultimaker S5 or a different printer? What error do you get? ER38? If so, have you followed these instructions? If you get it frequently with the same print cores you may want to check if there is no debris attached to the nozzles and if your fan brackets still close properly. Good luck!
  11. Hi, are there any hidden planes on this STL or something that might make it larger? What dimensions does Cura tell you this model is? Do you have any settings enabled like a lot of brim that might make it too large? Do you get a similar warning with other models too?
  12. Hey, thank you for your message. Your Ultimaker is all like 'you should see the other guy!' 😉 The bowden tube definitely needs to be replaced. It is possible that the sliderblock is bent or perhaps cracked. You should be able to get both from your reseller. When you have received new sliderblocks (if the current one doesn't hold your axles anymore) I would recommend to do a calibration to ensure your Ultimaker is not bent out of shape. Instructions: https://support.ultimaker.com/hc/en-us/articles/360017142879-How-to-align-the-axles-on-your-Ultimaker-printer
  13. This is a thread of over a year old. There are tooltips in Cura which tell you what a certain feature does. In the marketplace is also a settings guide plugin which can help you with other settings. Good luck!
  14. Ik wil hier nog aan toevoegen; hoe groot is de print die je wilt printen? Als hij tegen de grenzen van het beschikbare bouwvolume aan zit, zijn er settings in Cura die hem net buiten de grenzen kunnen duwen, ondanks dat het model er misschien net binnen past. Denk aan bijv brim en horizontal expansion. Wellicht ook de moeite om dit te controleren.
  15. Hi, I don't think the attached file tells us much. There should be several files. Did you follow these instructions?
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