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Hi guys

Does someone still have the original Ultimater Robot gcode? I deleted it by a mistake (:angry:) and used it as a sample part for my material trials.

Would be great if someone could upload it for me :)

thanks in advance

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I am currently not in the office as I just got back from the Maker Faire Bay Area (It was GREAT!) but I could share the settings with you of what I believe the gcode has?

If you reset Cura to default settings, to rule out any settings you may have changed at one point to be set normal again.

Layer height: 0.1

Speed: 50mm/s

shell: 0.8

nozzle 0.4

infill 20%

no brim or support

bottom and top 0.8

Any other settings you would like to know?

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