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thevictor11

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After using Cura for the past few months I decided to take advantage of the Netfabb license I bought with the Ultimaker.

My problem is I have no idea how to use Netfabb. I was following the "guide" on the Ultimaker support http://wiki.ultimaker.com/NetFabb_Setup_Guide_and_Quick_Introduction#Backup_old_profiles_.26_cleaning_of_old_versions but I feel like it isn't up to date because I get to certain point and I can't follow it anymore because buttons and labels aren't the same. Is there an up to date tutorial for this?

Thanks!

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    Hi Victor

    I don't know of an updated tutorial.

    Apparently one is on the way since the last update.

    I'm looking out for it myself as I can't work out how to put the settings in for destringing.

    This is the link to Netfabb which may help you. http://wiki.netfabb.com/Engine_for_RepRap

    It just isn't up to date there last time I looked.

    This link to a thread on this forum may help you http://forum.ultimaker.com/viewtopic.php?t=1009

    Plus maybe some other threads from blue bot (Paul) http://forum.ultimaker.com/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=61

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