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  1. zhengfeiwin

    Cura can't prepare print!

    The version is 12.12, and the models aren't very complex I think, I downloaded from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:17309 Single extruder works well, but the dual is in trouble...
  2. zhengfeiwin

    Cura can't prepare print!

    Can anyone help me? It still doesn't work...
  3. zhengfeiwin

    Cura can't prepare print!

    I set number of extruder is 2, and load dual, but when I press "prepare print", it doesn't work, only shows "starting..." all the time. Can anyone help...
  4. I just think maybe the TinyG can help me to get a great improvement in printing speed, but also I doubt how to keep an acceptable printing quality is a problem...
  5. This is the video on youtube. With TinyG driver, motion can reach 50,000mm/min! Unbelievable, I'm thinking whether could I modify my Ultimaker with TinyG firmware...
  6. zhengfeiwin

    Cura VS. Makerware

    Well I got it. Cura maybe the best in controlling balance of speed and quality. And I will test them later.
  7. zhengfeiwin

    Run G-code directly?

    Thanks Daid! It's great! So that I can evaluate the effect of G-code from different slicers.
  8. zhengfeiwin

    Run G-code directly?

    Using Ultimaker printer, can I run G-code directly? Means that, If I get the G-code from other slicers, can I export it to my printer? How?
  9. zhengfeiwin

    Cura VS. Makerware

    I'm trying. Indeed, the problem is how to use G-code to print directly without software(like Makerware and Cura)...
  10. zhengfeiwin

    Cura VS. Makerware

    Yeah, there is something wrong with the connection between Makerware and Ultimaker printer, but I just think if Makerware is faster, can I use the G-code from Makerware for my Ultimaker printer?
  11. zhengfeiwin

    Cura VS. Makerware

    Cura and Makerware, which is more efficient? I heard Makerware is faster 20 times than other slicers, is that true?
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