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New version of cura

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Hi! I was using an older version of cura..dont remember the version but the one which has all the settings in the left hand side.

I have transitioned to a newer version of cura which I currently available for download on the ultimaker website.

With the older version I used to get very good brim lines and bed adhesion and great quality prints.

I copied all the settings from the older version of cura to the new version but there seems to be some issue as some brim lines lift ( I usually keep 15 brim lines with glue on the plate while printing with nylon as I have 8-14 hour prints) and bed adhesion and print quality has reduced.

I have maintained the same style of bed levelling as well.

One setting I am not sure is in older version of cura in advanced settings the initial line width is 100% so to replicate that I have used 0.8 as initial line width in the new version as I am using 0.8 nozzle.

Do these settings have different effects depending on the version of cura or should I revisit the bed levelling procedure again?

Thanks!

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