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Hallo liebe Community,

ich bin seit 2 Wochen stolzer Besitzer des U3.

Software Cura 2.4

Folgendes Problem:

Ich versuche Extruder 1 mit AA04, PLA, und bester Qualität (0,06) + Extruder 2 mit BB04, PVA einzustellen. Allerdings bleiben die Felder immer orange unterlegt.


Wenn ich dann mein Teil mittels Stützmaterialien slicen lasse geht das alles noch normal. Wenn ich dann speichern will kommt folgende Nachricht:

"Konnte nicht als C:/Desktop...... gespeichert werden: `NonType` object has no attribte `getMetaDataEntry`


Kann mir jemand helfen?

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das scheint mir nach einem Installationsfehler von Cura zu sein. Deinstalliere Cura 2.4 am besten und installiere Cura 2.5.

Sucha dann nach der Datei "cura.log" und schau dort rein um zu sehen was passiert falls wieder Fehler auftauchen.

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