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Cura 2 Platform definition for the Mankati Full Scale XT Plus printer

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For those who are interested, I have added the Mankati Full Scale XT Plus printer to the list of printers in Cura 2. It includes the 3D platform definition  (STL) that enables the 3D presentation of the build platform of the Mankati printer in the Cura 2 graphics window as well as the object definition file (.json) that will have the Mankati printer show up in the list of printers in Cura 2.

For more info and how-to's see this http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1643782 thing in thingiverse.

Have fun!


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