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Expert -> Switch to quickprint

In the quick print mode you will be able to select ABS on the left hand side.

 

Thanks.

I usually select ABS on the little display on the ultimaker machine. Does this override the selection in CURA?

Also I hadn't updated the firmware for CURA 15.04.6 which I have been using to produce the gcode. the ultimaker was using th firmware for 15.04.2 - could this cause me problems?

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Expert -> Switch to quickprint

In the quick print mode you will be able to select ABS on the left hand side.

 

I just switched to quickprint. On the left hand side my only selections are Fast print, Normal print, high quality and ulti quality and a box to check for support structure and platform adhesion and nothing else.

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