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thevictor11

Ulticontroller settings

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Hi guys, just installed the Ulticontroller and being someone who`s never used a 3D printer until today I have a few questions!

What is the % that the knob changes?

Is there a way I can cancel a print once it's started if it isn't connected to the computer?

And finally, is anyone bothered that the controller is covering up the front logo? I really like the way it looks.

Anyways, thanks in advance guys. Learning all of this is pretty overwhelming especially nearing the end of the semester lol.

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On the status screen it is the speed that you change.

I have my controller on the side of the machine, this way it does not cover up the logo =)

You can cancel an SD card print by selecting the "stop print" menu item that shows instead of the "file menu" option once you started a print.

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