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Dag @Jipvdmee,

Welkom op het forum!

Dat klopt. Maar je hebt een 3D model nodig om mee te beginnen.

Standaard 3D model-extensies zijn STL en OBJ. Dit zijn ook de extensies waarin je de meeste bestanden kan downloaden op websites zoals YouMagine.

Wanneer je zo'n 3D model hebt (gemaakt, gedownload of gescand) moet je deze converteren tot een gcode in Cura.

In Cura hecht je een 3D print profiel aan je 3D model, net zoals 'print-preview' in bijvoorbeeld Word, wanneer je een brief wil printen. Een gcode, het formaat wat uit Cura komt, is de extensie die de Ultimaker kan lezen. Succes! :)

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