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Mari

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  1. Don't forget that if the filename is too long the file will also not appear in the print-menu of the printer! Filenames starting with "_" will also not show up...
  2. Simple answer: stop mining and change it once more... 😉 Maybe complain at nicehash miner for not switching your graphics card back to graphics instead of compute...
  3. No need to shout (posting in captitals = shouting)... yes you should repair your objec, else it can't be sliced...
  4. I think you mean Fluorescent colours... some brands have orange, yellow, green, pink... for these fluorescent colours you don't need another nozzle, because these filaments are not more abrasive then others... When printing with glow in the dark filament it is advised to use a hardened (steel) nozzle because the glow parts in the filament are more abrasive. Orange: Yellow: Green:
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    Ender 3 Max

    ... I did a new search on the forum "creality_ender3.def.json" and found this topic...
  6. Mari

    Ender 3 Max

    Couldn't find one of those topics this fast, but the easiest solution is to use the Ender 3 Pro profile and change the size of the bed and height! Another option is to edit the disallowed areas in the "creality_ender3.def.json"-file...
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    Ender 3 Max

    The difference between Ender 3 and Ender 3 Pro is that the safety areas of the Ender 3 are bigger because this printer has a glass bed with clips... nozzle must not hit the clips, therefore the bigger safety areas! There are a few topics on this forum that explain how to change the safety/restricted areas... When I started using Cura it had only a Ender 3 printer, not the Ender 3 Pro... later versions got the Ender 3 Pro and I could make bigger prints! -- I'm going to try to find one of the topics regarding the safety/restricted areas and will report back...
  8. We all make mistakes now and then... 😉 You are right, it must be 300/225/380...
  9. If you share something on Google-drive, make sure it is public... Now I need to ask permission... Maybe there is a "replacement pattern" for the info you want but it is not in the list... Contact the developer of the HTML-plugin, maybe he can tell you what "replacement pattern" to put in you end-Gcode to get the info in the Gcode-file...
  10. Did you check the second link in the post, the one that shows all "settings and replacement patterns"? If it is there you should it add to your end-gcode. If you cant find that second link, here it is... http://files.fieldofview.com/cura/Replacement_Patterns.html
  11. ... duplicate first, make changes in the duplicate file... same result... 😉
  12. Keep them dumb, then you have to do the work... 🤪 very inefficient...They may be smarter then you think...
  13. Ender 6 or Ender 6SE... in case of an Ender 6 you could use Ender 5 profile and make some changes for the buildvolume... In case of an Ender 6SE the profile of an Ender 3 could be a starting point...
  14. ... load the object in Cura en do a "save project-file" and upload that 3MF-file... then we have all you printer settings and we can take a look at that!
  15. There is a plugin that can export you Cura settings to HTML... -->
  16. ... make the duplicated profile active... now you probably want to know how to make a profile active 😉 - Duplicate the profile you want to use and change... give it a name... - Select the duplicated profile... (then it is active!) - Make changes... Save them...
  17. No problems loading the STL in Cura 4.7.1 but it is a tiny tiny tiny object... Had to scale it to 200% to see what is was. What program did you use to design this part?
  18. You could share the .STL with us, so we can see what happens (or not) when opening...
  19. Smaller layerheight (0.12 instead of 0.20) will give better quality print, but will take longer to print! You decide how fast to print, default is 50-60mm/s but you can bump it up. How fast depends on what to print! Some things can better be printed slow instead of fast!
  20. No need for BLTouch... I have this printer almost 2 years, in those 2 years I had to level the bed maybe 4 or 5 times (even when it was not needed)...
  21. Take a look in the Ender 3/Ender 3 Pro Facebook Group... it is a soap... people who own their first 3D-printer are giving others advice about bad bed adhesion... buy glass bed, level bed, level the bed again, buy BLTouch, etc. etc. But they forget that whatever bed you use and even when your bed is 1000% level and the nozzle is at the perfect height, the role of material can play a role in good of bad bed adhesion... I had bad bed adhesion 2 days ago, so I did level the bed again like I did before, cleaned the bed, but still no luck in getting a good first layer... Put the role of
  22. ... without seeing the "problem" makes is almost impossible to give advice... No screenshots? You could attach your Cura project-file (3MF) so we can take a look at it!
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