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Nice Cura 2.x Tutorial!

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I stumbled upon this nice Cura 2.1 tutorial. Granted, it's in Traditional Chinese, but Chrome can translate it pretty well:

http://3dmart.com.tw/tutorials/ultimaker-cura2.1-printing

It covers just about every setting in Cura 2.1 with graphic examples and nice explanations (sadly not up to date with 2.3 version, but pretty thorough nonetheless).

This might be really helpful for someone new to Cura/3d printing and overwhelmed by all the options. Heck, I'm finding it handy for the depth it goes into.

Thought I'd share...

P.S. is there an English tutorial on this level somewhere? Is someone working on one? Would you like to have one? (I'm hedging on volunteering as this could be a rabbit hole... :) )

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