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Is the best way to save a profile (ini) file and to copy from there ?

Or should it be a feature in Cura ?

nozzle_size = 0.4

layer_height = 0.2

wall_thickness = 0.8

retraction_enable = False

solid_layer_thickness = 0.6

fill_density = 20

skirt_line_count = 2

skirt_gap = 3.0

print_speed = 20

print_temperature = 230

support = None

enable_raft = False

filament_density = 1.00

retraction_min_travel = 5.0

retraction_speed = 40.0

retraction_amount = 4.5

retraction_extra = 0.0

travel_speed = 150

max_z_speed = 3.0

bottom_layer_speed = 20

cool_min_layer_time = 10

fan_enabled = True

bottom_thickness = 0.3

enable_skin = False

extra_base_wall_thickness = 0.0

cool_min_feedrate = 10

fan_layer = 1

fan_speed = 100

fan_speed_max = 100

raft_margin = 5

raft_base_material_amount = 100

raft_interface_material_amount = 100

support_rate = 50

support_distance = 0.5

infill_type = Line

solid_top = True

fill_overlap = 15

bridge_speed = 100

sequence = Loops > Perimeter > Infill

force_first_layer_sequence = True

joris = False

retract_on_jumps_only = True

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