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Large print troubles with cura

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Hi,

I'm having difficulty with Cura. I'm trying to print something 211 x 147 x 25 and despite the Ulti3 proclaimed print volume of 197x215x200 I cannot get it to fit so I can print it. It just says "unable to slice".

Is there a 'auto place' feature?

I've tried rotating every which way and I cannot find a printable placement despite being smaller than the advertised print volume and I cannot get it to print.

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