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Hiya every one,

I need to ask the community a favour.

Those with UM2+ and that have upgraded the firmware using latest cura,

Can you check the material profile for ABS and let me know the bed temp?

Can you also check the max temperature you can manually set the bed to in the advanced maintanance menu?

Reason I'm asking is that mine is Max'd out at 100 degrees. Nothing I do allows me to set it to 110 for my prints.

My material profile states 90

I've printed with ABS for 3 years and never printed below 110 as the prints start to peel of the bed.

The support team are looking into it but I am unique in this problem.

Many thanks in advance

Becky

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Hi Becky,

I can verify that with the UM2+ firmware, my ABS material profile is identical to yours.

I also cannot raise the bed temperature over 100C.

I rarely ever print in ABS so I would never have known this was problematic.

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If you find out which version supports 110C, let us know please. You can see the version number on the printer's display - it's in the advanced menu somewhere.

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If you find out which version supports 110C, let us know please.  You can see the version number on the printer's display - it's in the advanced menu somewhere.

 

I just used Cura 15.4.5 to load the default firmware and that was it. Cura software comes with the firmware in a folder on your PC, It doesn't connect online for the latest version like some other slicers.

Regards

Becky

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