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Bed Leveling with Cura 2.1 and UMO+

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Sorry for the possibly stupid question (yes, I know there are no stupid questions, only stupid people :)).

On my UMO+ I want to run the Bed Leveling Wizard using Cura 2.1.3 and I can't find it anywhere.  On Cura 15.04.06 I find it easily in the Expert drop-down menu.

Since I don't have the on-printer Maintenance functions like a UM2 does, how do I do this on my UMO+?

Thanks

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That is not a stupid question at all :-)

There is actually only one way to do it in Cura 2.1, and it is not very obvious, since it requires you to add the machine again and do the bed leveling trough the setup wizard.

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This is a known issue and will be fixed in Cura 2.2 where this button will be found in the "manage printers" window:

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