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I just purchased an Ultimaker 2 Extended and downloaded the Cura 15.04.2 software. I also updated the firmware of the printer after I downloaded the Cura software.

I have been successful printing every object from the Memory Card shipped with the printer.

My Problem comes when I try to print my own a solid works file (.STL). Anything I save from the Cura software (including resaving the good files from the memory card) gives me the setting error and the best the machine will do is raise the plate and send the head to the full forward stop.

I have tried quickprint settings, various Expert settings, different Gcode Flavors nothing works.

Any advice? I must be missing something.

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Here is my Slice log from one of the files.

Running: C:\Program Files\Cura_15.04.2\CuraEngine.exe -v -p -s initialSpeedupLayers=4 -s minimalFeedrate=10 -s preSwitchExtruderCode= -s supportXYDistance=700 -s insetXSpeed=60 -s retractionZHop=0 -s extruderOffset[3].X=0 -s extruderOffset[3].Y=0 -s gcodeFlavor=1 -s postSwitchExtruderCode= -s retractionSpeed=40 -s filamentFlow=100 -s infillOverlap=15 -s inset0Speed=30 -s coolHeadLift=0 -s extrusionWidth=400 -s upSkinCount=6 -s initialLayerSpeed=20 -s minimalLayerTime=5 -s infillSpeed=80 -s supportExtruder=-1 -s fanSpeedMax=100 -s supportType=1 -s enableCombing=1 -s fanSpeedMin=100 -s supportZDistance=150 -s supportEverywhere=0 -s filamentDiameter=2850 -s initialLayerThickness=300 -s supportAngle=-1 -s fanFullOnLayerNr=2 -s extruderOffset[1].X=18000 -s extruderOffset[1].Y=0 -s layerThickness=100 -s endCode=M25 ;Stop reading from this point on.

-s minimalExtrusionBeforeRetraction=20 -s retractionMinimalDistance=1500 -s skirtMinLength=150000 -s objectSink=0 -s retractionAmount=4500 -s skinSpeed=15 -s skirtLineCount=1 -s startCode= -s skirtDistance=3000 -s extruderOffset[2].Y=0 -s extruderOffset[2].X=0 -s perimeterBeforeInfill=0 -s printSpeed=50 -s fixHorrible=1 -s layer0extrusionWidth=400 -s moveSpeed=150 -s supportLineDistance=2666 -s retractionAmountExtruderSwitch=16500 -s sparseInfillLineDistance=2000 -s insetCount=2 -s downSkinCount=6 -s multiVolumeOverlap=150 -g 49674 -m 1.0,0.0,0.0,0.0,1.0,0.0,0.0,0.0,1.0 -s posx=0 -s posy=0 $

Cura_SteamEngine version 15.04.2

Copyright © 2014 David Braam

Reading mesh from socket with 19716 vertexes

Loaded from disk in 0.016s

Analyzing and optimizing model...

Face counts: 6572 -> 6568 99.9%

Vertex counts: 19716 -> 3270 16.6%

Size: 41.147000 36.194000 3.809000

vMin: -20.573000 -18.097000 0.000000

vMax: 20.574000 18.097000 3.809000

vMin: 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000

vMax: 41.147000 36.194000 3.809000

Matrix: 1.000000 0.000000 0.000000

Matrix: 0.000000 1.000000 0.000000

Matrix: 0.000000 0.000000 1.000000

Optimize model 0.031s

Slicing model...

Layer count: 36

Sliced model in 0.265s

Generating support map...

Generating layer parts...

Generated layer parts in 0.094s

Generated inset in 0.405s

Generated up/down skin in 1.077s

Wrote layers in  1.78s.

Wrote   2.7 kilobytes.

Total time elapsed  3.67s.

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