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Possible to speed Cura 2.6 loading?


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Posted · Possible to speed Cura 2.6 loading?

Is it possible to speed 2.6 loading time? On my iMac it takes 30-40 seconds to launch, most of which is apparently spent "Loading Machines".

Is it possible to speed the loading time by removing the 99% of machine definitions that I will never, ever, need?

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    Posted · Possible to speed Cura 2.6 loading?

    Yes.

    Right click on the Cura.app application and select "Show package contents". Navigate to "Resources/resources/machines" and delete the .def.json files that you don't need, except fdmprinter.def.json and fdmextruder.def.json. Do the same in "Resources/resources/extruders" and "Resources/resources/variants".

    Caveat: you will have to do this with every new version of Cura, and the application probably won't be signed anymore after you have altered it.

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    Posted · Possible to speed Cura 2.6 loading?

    It should also cache them, so the second startup should be significantly faster.

    Deleting the materials will have a pretty big impact on the speedup as well.

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    Posted · Possible to speed Cura 2.6 loading?

    It should also cache them, so the second startup should be significantly faster.

    Deleting the materials will have a pretty big impact on the speedup as well.

    Caching does cut about a third of the time off for me: 28 sec 1st time, 19 secs 2nd time.

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