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Hello Everyone,

I was wondering to ask if anyone tried printing Ultimaker Airplane. When I was trying to enter the values for the top/bottom speed. My cura says it is unable to slice. However, the settings from ultimaker were:

Quality

Initial layer thickness 0

Initial layer line width 100

Speed

Travel speed 170

Bottom layer speed 15

Infill speed 0

Top/bottom speed 0

Outer shell speed 0

Inner shell speed 0

Minimum layer time 10

I have attached an image which shows the problem I'm facing while entering these values. Any help is much appreciated. Thank you in advance.

5a333e568895a_UltimakerAirplane.thumb.jpg.1b4a005e9e9ae441a7ac72dd9c22ff71.jpg

5a333e568895a_UltimakerAirplane.thumb.jpg.1b4a005e9e9ae441a7ac72dd9c22ff71.jpg

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Yea, that speed settings where for old Cura 15.X or lower. The old version used 0 as a way to set all the print speeds the same as the base print speed. On new cura 2.x that doesn't work that way, you should change the 0 for the base print speed that on your screenshot is 40mm/s

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