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  1. Hi folks I've been printing now for approx 8years+ creating my own drawings in Sketchup and fusion 360, ive updated Cura over the years as and when needed, however i've encountered a problem. I have damaged 2 nozzle my recent software update to 4.2.1 has changed the travel position upon starting the print. On the earlier version of cura 15.04.3 the nozzle was raised slightly above the print bed (start point lower left corner) it then lowered and travelled diagonally to centre of bed starting the print process. The problem i have now is that the print head is virtually at print bed height then travels approx 50-60mm along x axis then travels straight up to centre, it comes into contact with my bulldog clip front left and scrapes the bed glass slightly as the glass is slightly smaller than print bed, however this is not the issue. Is there anyway i can modify the start up Gcode to have it perform like the earlier version mentioned, ie travelling diagonally from start after lowering as it travels. Sorry for sounding long winded, i prefer not to go back to earlier version. The machine i'm using is a Prusa i3, thanks in advance.
  2. I have a new Ultimaker S5 that keeps rebooting on it's own. It will reboot at random times when I am trying to start a print or navigating through the menus to check or change settings. I have sent it in for service, but they were not able to repeat the issue. Today it gave me an "Unrecognized error, which it says could be mismatch between the installed electronics and the firmware." Is anyone else having this type of problem with the S5?
  3. I updated firmware this morning on UM2= and UM2+Ext. The UM2+ extended crashed into nozzle after upgrade. I calibrated table and problem went away. I started UM2+ and crashed into nozzle, also. I calibrated table and keeps crashing. The heater core on my 2+ext is out and have ordered a new one, but now my 2+ is down, also. NEED FIX to FIRMWARE ASAP!!! Thank you, James
  4. I tried searching for "cura AND connect" which didn't work too well. The suggestion under the search box was The phrase "cura AND connect" cura AND AND AND connect Newest results first cura AND connect in content titles only which suggests to me that the AND didn't work because it suggested "... AND AND AND ..." which is ridiculous.
  5. Hi! Today I updated From Cura 3.0.4 to Cura 3.1. Using the new version unfortunately the build plate levelling does not work correctly. The plate stops with z-axis about 10 mm before nozzle. After reinstalling Cura 3.0.4 everything works fine. I'm working with an Ultimaker Original+. What could be wrong with 3.1? Or do I need to change anything.
  6. When I click the link in the notification email from UM, the target forum page opens with: Sorry, there is a problem We could not locate the item you are trying to view. Error code: 2S136/C This happens persistently in Firefox, Opera and Chrome.
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