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Is it possible to chage the infill pattern on the Ultimaker 2 extended?

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Hey Elaine,

Welcome to the forum. If you use Cura 2.1.x it is possible to change the infill pattern. With Cura 15.x sadly it is not.

Take a look at this:

https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/20416-infill

If the setting does not show up, access the application settings in Cura (on a Mac for example "cmd+,"), then select "Settings on the left pane and then type in "infill" in the filter input field at the top. Then you can activate the "Infill pattern" setting if it is not.

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Hi,

Thanks for the welcome and for the information, Ill try that.

Elaine

 

Hey Elaine,

Welcome to the forum. If you use Cura 2.1.x it is possible to change the infill pattern. With Cura 15.x sadly it is not.

Take a look at this:

https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/20416-infill

If the setting does not show up, access the application settings in Cura (on a Mac for example "cmd+,"), then select "Settings on the left pane and then type in "infill" in the filter input field at the top. Then you can activate the "Infill pattern" setting if it is not.

 

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