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  1. kahuna3d

    No/or wrong Monitor Tab info during print

    Deleted Cura and prefs/cache and reinstalled - same issue and some new eerie stuff ? Fired up MatterControl and it printed the best adjustment knob I have ever seen without a glitch ? Cura was a bit funky from the get-go ? I can only summarized Cura 3.4.1 isn't savvy with Mac OS X 10.9.5 and CR-10 ?
  2. kahuna3d

    terrible first and top layer

    Too much heat, poor cooling (?) ~ layers can't cool before next pass and they don't 'weld' together (and check/double check bed leveling) That has happen to me (on more solid pieces, so mostly bottom was like that), but learned to "KISS" it ? - "back to basics" - try a simple print with simple default settings, then tweak up slowly as you learn what works on your set-up/prints ?
  3. Just printing adjustment knobs for my CR-10m, after the second print started I looked at the Cure window and the Monitor tab showed bad/wrong info, 100% done, 0 estimated time, print time is working, can abort/pause/ go to Prepare tab. Can't monitor, but printer printed the piece fine - closed Cura and relaunched - started printing a third piece and same thing happening, not sure how long into printing it does this as I'm busy "multitasking" ? - freaky man - It's printing now so don't want to disturb it - Cura 3.4.1 / Mac OS X 10.9.5 / CR-10m / recommended slice set-up - will likely delete Cura and prefs and reinstall, then print a test cube or something - Anyone seen Cura do this? ?
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