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Duda de novato con Ultimaker y Cura

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Llevo usando el Cura desde hace un par de años porque tengo otra impresora, una BQ Hephesots 2.

Tengo nueva una Ultimaker 2+ y me surge un problema a la hora de usar el CURA.

En el programa tengo instaladas las dos impresoras para poder hacer los gcodes, pero cuando cambio de impresora a la ultimaker me desaparece la opción de ajustar la temperatura.

¿Alguien sabe a qué puede deberse?

Muchas gracias.

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En la um2/um2+ la temperatura se define en la máquina al elegir el material.

Si quieres tener control total directamente desde cura cambio en preferencias del perfil de ultigcode a reprap. Así tendras control de la cabezera gcode y final del gcode. En ultigcode la cabecera y cierre los hace la máquina segun el material wue elijes, pero no tienes control sobre cuanto se extruye al principio o cuanto se retrae al final.

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