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Modify Cura 2.7 for 3DSolex Hardcore Printcores

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Posted · Modify Cura 2.7 for 3DSolex Hardcore Printcores

Hi,

has anybody already modified cura for the 3Dsolex Hardcores? looks like you only have to add the config files for the different nozzle sizes in resources/variants

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Posted · Modify Cura 2.7 for 3DSolex Hardcore Printcores

And, for best results, you would have to create profiles for all of the materials for all the variants you add. Not a trivial undertaking.

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Posted (edited) · Modify Cura 2.7 for 3DSolex Hardcore Printcores

Exactly. Or just copy and modify the existing Profiles for the 0.8 and 0.4. But i think it's easier to change the values one time than changing it on every nozzle and material change. Question is - has anybody done it?

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Posted (edited) · Modify Cura 2.7 for 3DSolex Hardcore Printcores

Hi Tomilla.

Can you describe more detailed what you have done? Which files you named how and what is the content of?

I stuck to get my HardCore's into Cura with different nozzles.

Kind regards,

Udo

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