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Posted · Printing off of the heated bed altogether

I have a generic 3D printer and I am using the Cura software. It starts printing in the corner of the bed totally off of the supported platform. I have changed the start gCode and changed items like the G92 code and it appears to have no effect. Any suggestions?

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Posted · Printing off of the heated bed altogether

Check out the Machine -> Machine settings menu entry. There are some settings related to the starting point.

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Check out the Machine -> Machine settings menu entry. There are some settings related to the starting point.

 

Can anybody tell me how to do this on Cura 2.1 please?

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