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Posted · CuraEngine in command prompt

I tried calling CuraEngine.exe in the command prompt but I got this error:

ERROR: Failed to load json file: fdmprinter.json

Unregistered setting machine_end_gcode

Unregistered setting speed_travel

maxObjectHeight : 0

M107

G0 X0 Y0 Z5

How can I fix it? And, is it possible to open, and compute printing time of STL files this way?

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Posted · CuraEngine in command prompt

Your best option would be to do it in Cura and debug the python code to see the exact command that is sent.

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