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ndhru33

Ultimaker original + does not use my cura settings for printing

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Hi everyone ! I use cura last version for printing. The problem is printer doesnt use my custom settings. It doesnt even use quick print settings. Also using quick low,high etc. print setting doesnt change print time. I can change print speed manually on ulticontroller but that is not helping for print quality :( ..

these issues doent work for both usb and sd printing .

I tried both on macos and windows ıt didnt work.

I thought its because ultimaker card but I can send gcodes with pronterface uı. and ı can change E501 values with pronterface.Open,close fan codes ,extrude options they all works and ulticontroller keeps values.

One last thing that I do not understand : why ultimaker origanl plus machine setting use nozzle values as 0.45 ?

I ve been working on these issues almoust 2 week. I saw a few jumpers on Ulticard..ıt makes me think about it (maybe its because write,read,communication jumpers ı dont know :(

I couldnt find any solution. hope you guys have :)

please help :(

Thanks

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