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  1. Wenn du Hilfe oder Tipps erwartest, dann wäre es gut wenn du uns mehr Infos gibst. Am besten das Cura Projekt als Projekt speichern und hier uploaden. Welchen Drucker du benutzt wäre auch noch hilfreich.
  2. As already said, I don't know why there is no developer mode with SSH connection, but SSH was enabled in the very first pre-release firmware, so I guess it is just deactivated. Just an idea if someone wants to tinker and try it on their own risk. The built in Onion board has a serial connector and they offer an "expansion dock" with a USB to serial. So if you buy such an expansion board you should be able to connect to the console of the Onion. Then you could just do want you want or enable the SSH daemon. Not sure if it really works, but I read the docs of the Onion
  3. I've wondered the same thing, but in a couple of tests it didn't make a difference.
  4. Do you use a default profile like the "Normal" one or something else? What't the temperature in the room you print? Do you have the printer enclosed?
  5. I had the same issues, damaged some glass plates and did several tests with different adhesion agents. UHU Stick was the best and I now always apply a thicker layer to have enough protection. You can try to use the Z-offset plugin and move the nozzle away from the glass a little bit. This decreases adhesion, but be careful that you don't use too much that your object still sticks to the bed.
  6. Did you apply some glue on the glass? If not do it, otherwise you will chip it again. The glue in that case is not for increasing adhesion but to have a protective layer.
  7. It is not too fast, but quality decreases with higher speed and you could get some side effects like the rumbling. hmm, not speed wise. I print max 30 or 40mm/s with the dual head printers otherwise dimension accuracy and ringing is too bad, because the head is much heavier.
  8. Not yet, but already downloaded and on my todo list. I think I will also scale it down, I need it for resistors and such smaller things.
  9. Maybe try also to print a little bit slower, I would try 50mm/s and try if 90% flow is still enough. But keep in mind that with less flow you also get less layer adhesion.
  10. It looks like, that you are printing too hot, too fast or if you have some over-extrusion. So you have more material on the top of the last layer and that is the rumbling noise when the nozzle travels over it. I have it too sometimes, especially with bigger infill areas, but I don't care about it. So if you are happy with the result, I would not change anything just to get rid of the noise.
  11. Thanks a lot for describing your use case.
  12. Then please open an issue on GitHub (Cura -> Help - Report Bug) that's the place where the developers track and work on issues. Thanks!
  13. If a specific nozzle size is available or not, depends on your printer profile. The one who created the profile just configured nozzles up to 1mm but not more. But you can also just set the line width to 1.2 which should do the same, regardless of the selected nozzle size from the drop down.
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