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Cura 2.3.1, Ultimaker 2+ and the Limited Nozzle Selection

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The drop down box refers to the nozzle sizes Cura has a material profile for. If you add your custom nozzle size to those profiles and also to your machine via materials.txt you can have your custom nozzle size in the drop down box. But it's much easier to adjust the line width as suggested by @peggyb.

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The drop down box refers to the nozzle sizes Cura has a material profile for. If you add your custom nozzle size to those profiles and also to your machine via materials.txt you can have your custom nozzle size in the drop down box. But it's much easier to adjust the line width as suggested by @peggyb.

 

So, it no longer works like Cura-v15.x where you can enter any given nozzle size. That is a bummer.

Ok, so how much should I offset from the Measured Extrusion Width for a given nozzle for Line Width?

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