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I have tried, but couldn't find it in the settings. Isn't it released?

 

It was added (at the end of the list) in firmware version 14.12 with the name "UPET" and renamed to "CPE" since V15.04.1 (i think...).

But there's also a limit of 16 entries, nothing will change if the limit is already reached.

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I have tried, but couldn't find it in the settings. Isn't it released?

 

It was added (at the end of the list) in firmware version 14.12 with the name "UPET" and renamed to "CPE" since V15.04.1 (i think...).

But there's also a limit of 16 entries, nothing will change if the limit is already reached.

 

Got my "problem". Cura said "no update available", but this was a problem in the Cura-Version. Got a new version and a new firmware now. Thanks.

 

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