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Cura for a second-hand Replicator 1

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I just obtained, from a thrift shop, of all paces, a MakerBot Replicator. This is the original with laser cut plywood frame. There's no way this idiot could have bought a 3d printer the "normal" way ;) The power supply is missing, but I have one on order.

A friend suggested I download Cura because you have a profile for my printer. MakerBot seems to have forgotten this one. I don't find it listed in your list of printers:

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My printer:

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Do you have any suggestions? Comments? Snide remarks?

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(I am no robot but sometimes people mistake my speaking for one.)

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