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  1. You don't have to. Add a small tower of "support material", don't put any material in the feeder. and remove the option for Prime tower. your printer will try to print a small thing in the air. For the Gcode I think you could just locate the when the Z axis is moved and add you line, but I'm think this is difficult to achieve versus the solution already implemented.... Or another solution would be same as before but you could edit the Gcode and remove the 2nd printing material part. Your printer will again go the the switch material area.
  2. I have a better idea where you don't change anything on your Gcode Why don't you print something with two materials or a support, and you add a contact switch on the tab on the right where the printer changes of printcore. You know it will do this every layer.
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    Buse BB 0.8 incompatible avec PVA

    Oui comme dit Didier. Mais c'est un peu compliqué. je te conseille vivement de la connecter au réseau de l'entreprise et de demander au responsable informatique de te l'installer. Nous l'avons justement dans notre réseau sans aucun problème. Et tu aura l'avantage de profiter des envois par réseau au lieu de te déplacer, en plus du visuel par webcam. franchement depuis que je l'ai connecté ça rajoute vraiment un plus a l’imprimante. Cela vaut pour tout appareil, il est important de le garder à jour! (N'oublie pas que les imprimantes 3D sont toujours en développement au contraire d'une imprimante a papier, il faut donc souvent les mettre à jour, de même pour Cura, tu auras bien plus d'options et d’améliorations, et moins de bugs!) (et en tant qu'ingénieur c'est vraiment dommage de ne pas mettre à jour alors que pleins d'ingénieurs bossent dessus pour améliorer un produit et que l'utilisateur ne le fait pas...)
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    Buse BB 0.8 incompatible avec PVA

    Hello, Je n'ai pas encore testé le BB 0.8 mais verifie bien que tu as le dernier firmware sur ta machine. La mienne me donnais ce message pour certains matériaux avant la maj.
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    UM3+ print core on UM S5

    Yes they are the same. But you need to remove the small Red nozzle ring before installing on your S5. Official anwser: https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/52631-remove-the-nozzle-ring
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    Feature Request: A new method for faster printing

    Maybe an Ultimaker dictionary with the names and the definitions of what they mean in the UM 3D world would be helpful... so everyone "speaks" the same language. ps: Would also be really helpful for us that are not born speaking the Shakespeare language...
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    How to glue CPE+?

    Hello everyone, like the title says, I would like to glue two pieces of CPE+. Should I use a Cyano based (SuperGlue), or ABS glue (acetone based)? Thanks for the help
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    Ultimaker Cura Prefix

    For us as company we use SVN to all our projects so the creation date of file is lost. I would suggest the date as a prefix or maybe a suffix, I agree that to view on our UM3E the name it is difficult
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    Ultimaker S5 | impressions & opinions

    I hope it will be ready for dinner then....
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    Ultimaker S5 | impressions & opinions

    I'm dreaming of 400x400x400 THAT would be crazy..... But I'm pretty sure of my measurements of 360 x 325mm (+-20mm) (if same ratio as UM3 is applied) or 360x360mm if square, about the height I suppose the same as UM3E maybe a bit higher.... let's hope....
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    Ultimaker S5 | impressions & opinions

    ok so based on my calculation the print bed is 360 x 325mm (+-20mm) (if same ratio as UM3 is applied) or 360x360mm if square
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    Ultimaker S5 | impressions & opinions

    1) Less noise (Desktop printer is close to your desk...) 2) Stable print whatever material (yes we use ABS) 3) Stable print whatever climatic situation (wind coming from window or from ventilation) also UVs 4) No dust inside the printer (and attaching to oily rods) 5) Overall less external variations between prints 6) Better mechanical structure : more rigidity 7) Futureproof: I think the goal is to put a 3D printer in every office (maybe every home one day), So a fully enclosed printer is the way to go....
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    Ultimaker S5 | impressions & opinions

    I don't see a top enclosure...
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    Ultimaker 4, The next generation of 3d printer

    Yeeeeaaahhh finally !! So I see a much bigger print area, same print core system as UM3, I see doors ! and new HMI!!!! I think touch screen, with no buttons. Sadly it seems there is no top cover.
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    Ultimaker 4, The next generation of 3d printer

    I know it is one more parameter, but at least the temperature is controlled instead of now depending of the room temperature, wind, humidity, etc.... Much more stable environment. By the way this is why we have interns....
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