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Posted · 5 nozzel count

Hello,

I have a 5 nozzel printer here, RoVa3D from ORD Solutions to be exact, and I have some problems getting all of the nozzels to work in one print. Before I started using Cura I used Slic3r + Pronterface, in Slic3r I was able to make 5 colour prints but in Cura it seems to crash right as I load in the fifth part of the print. The maximum amount of nozzels I got to work and print perfectly are 4. The reason I started to use Cura is because of it's quality, I never got a nice looking print from Slic3r.

I was wondering if anyone knows a way to work around this issue, I am probably not going to use the fifth nozzel too much but it would be great if I got it to work.

Kind regards,

Roman van der Rijt

Key23D

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Posted · 5 nozzel count

We've never tested more than 2 nozzles for any print. I don't think cura is going to work properly with 5 nozzles.

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Posted · 5 nozzel count

The rewriting is the "new" cura. It's theoretically possible to have that amount of extruders, but we never tested it because ultimaker does not have a 5 nozzle printer.

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