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Posted · CURA 15.06.x doesn't recognize a connected UMO

The title says it all: CURA (in the version 15.06.x) does not offer the "print" button when

I connect my UMO - in CURA 15.04.x it works! Any ideas?

Thanks!

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Posted · CURA 15.06.x doesn't recognize a connected UMO

What OS? Are you using 15.06.03?

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Posted · CURA 15.06.x doesn't recognize a connected UMO

OS: Win7

CURA: 15.06.01, will try it with the newest again if the download works ;)

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Posted · CURA 15.06.x doesn't recognize a connected UMO

nope, it doesn't - the option "print with usb" is available but i get an "serial write time out" error everytime, also cura thinks i have a heated bed...

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Posted · CURA 15.06.x doesn't recognize a connected UMO

also cura thinks i have a heated bed...

 

Check the box for Heated Bed in Machine Settings and set it to 0 degrees.

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