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On the E-step default value of Marlin and its changes on CURA

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Dear all,

on Marlin, the default step for unit in E-axis is 500 which should be 500 step for minute corresponding to 8.3 step per second to move. Is it correct ?

Also i found on CURA Manual that should be to keep the E-step at 0 meaning that in this condition I sue the default value of 500. But what's happed if i insert on CURA a E-step of 400. In this case i reduce the E-step value or i'm increasing it of 400% ?

Please explain me differences between E-step value on marlin and the values indicated on CURA.

Thanks

Food 24

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