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Hi all,

Some time ago I had a cura version (can't remember which one) that included info on the weight of the piece.

I can't seem to find it on the newer versions though. Is there a way to see this info some way?

I'm planning to make some other pieces with a fixed weight.

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The weight did show in all versions of legacy Cura, and have not been visible in any version of Cura 2, but it is back now with the 2.3 Beta version released the other day.

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Hmmm.... would be great to have it also in the gcode file similar as in the old versions.

I saw some setting information at the end of the gcode, but there is this info not included... :-(

Maybe there is a quick hack for this available...? :-)

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:-( ok, but I slice it for UMO...

Additional info in the gcode for reading it with e.g. the editor might be good as you can quickcheck "older" files regarding needed material quantity or print time (e.g. for making offers...) when produced again...

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