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Ultimaker 2 Extended+ Simplify3D profile

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Hello,

I am a brand new and first time Ultimaker owner.

I just picked it up from my local print shop yesterday.

THIS IS A FANTASTIC piece of kit!

I have been a Robo 3D R1+ user and have been using Simplify3D from the start.

It took a considerable amount of time to "Dial-in" all of the settings for the Robo.

Cura seems fine, but I really like my Simplify3D

My question is, does anyone have a ready to go profile that they could share for the UM 2 Extended+?

I've been reading horror stories on here about too much current being pushed to the steppers, bad z-banding, etc.

It would be greatly appreciated as I am unfamiliar with all of the Ultimaker G-Codes as of right now.

Thanks so much in advance for any help that can be provided!

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