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I cannot set the temperature of the hot bed.

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on the UM2 this is done on the printer its self under material settings not in cura.

You can create a new material profile and save a different temperature under that profile or you can edit a current profile on the printer.

If you want to change it in cura the you need to change the Gcode Flavor under machine settings to RepRap.

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Very happy to see your quick answer again.:D I have found the setting on my machine. Thanks again!

Thanks,

Vincent

 

on the UM2 this is done on the printer its self under material settings not in cura.

You can create a new material profile and save a different temperature under that profile or you can edit a current profile on the printer.

If you want to change it in cura the you need to change the Gcode Flavor under machine settings to RepRap.

 

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