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How to set cura for a 0.5mm nozzle?

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Posted · How to set cura for a 0.5mm nozzle?

I didnt notice that the steel nozzle I bought was 0.5mm wide. It still works with my ultimaker 2+ fine but I cant find a way to set cura for that nozzle diamitor, only allowing presets. I know Simplify3D can do that but I cant afford it, and would still like to be able to do it in cura. It isnt that important since I found a set of the regular sizes (0.25, 0.4, 0.6 and 0.8) that I will get for my birthday next month, but it still is good to know and I'd like to finally be able to use the wood filament I got.

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Posted · How to set cura for a 0.5mm nozzle?

@Lukephos: I've moved the post here because it fits better.

Regarding your question, I think the easiest way is to change the "Line Width" under "Quality".

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Posted · How to set cura for a 0.5mm nozzle?

@Lukephos: I've moved the post here because it fits better.

Regarding your question, I think the easiest way is to change the "Line Width" under "Quality".

 

Thanks, that helped a lot.

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