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problems with filmware i think.

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Hello all,

I have one and a half years now a 3D printer, only I am quite able to print anything with it because I did not quite right are the settings or software. :( I know he can print .. I can control anything and everything works. To work together not as one whole.

it is the geeetech i3 pro c.

does anyone here have the right software and settings for this printer? I tried cura engine and slic3r but it is after my opinion really in control.

I hope someone can help me with this problem.

I would like once what to print :)

See this video:

 

now I alwel changed the settings in the hope that he went to work.

Regards marco

translate with google translate. Sorry for language errors

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