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Deneteus

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  1. How do you go about importing printer profiles in Cura 4.2 under Linux? I am using Linux Mint 19.1 Cinnamon x64 and I have several printers that have their own settings that I don't want to have to manually input and there is no import profile functionality. I am running it via an AppImage. This info should at least exist in the documentation. Any idea why Ultimaker has not made an printer profile import a feature yet?
  2. @Piero70 The print time estimates are based on your printers acceleration settings entered into Cura. To reduce the print time estimate you have to enter your printers acceleration settings into Cura. It's not based on the lines of code that you see within the GCODE file. The issue with unnecessary moves is based on what some of the settings were causing the extruder to do. Not knowing what settings you chose doesn't give anyone an idea of what the problem is. You would need to post your Profile settings file, the STL, the current gcode files, and your printers firmware settings for anyone to give you an idea of what is really going on. How to export profiles: https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/20441-manage-profiles This is where you would post your Issue: https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues Here is an example: https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/3323 Check out the following posts for specifics: .
  3. Check out the Cura 3.5 release notes in regards to excessive moves.
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