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Hej,

since it is very hard to work with Cura when you want to print the same object multiple times (50[why? see below]) I want to try different a different slicer. Print studio looks good but the UM2 Printer Profile is not working for me (UM2+). It seems like there is an issue with the z-height and the material flow.

Did anybody figured out the best settings for Print studio and UM2+ or even has a working profile?

Best

Florian

Why Cure does not work for multiple objects:

1. you can just duplicate one object at the time + no shortcut

2. duplicating groups make it easier but duplicating bigger and nested groups works just 1 out of 10 times

3. horribly slow with multiple objects which i thinks is the problem with the auto-slicing would be the most useful feature allowing to disable auto-slicing

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