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Posted · Special Settings and Print Sequence

Hello

I'm using Cura 2.7 and a UM3. I'm printing some shapes from PVA and would like to print them 'one at a time' to avoid stringing as the nozzle move from part to part. There is lots of room, but I can't get the option to show up in the settings. The box is checked for visibility, but is not visible in the settings panel. Anyone know what might be wrong?

Pete

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Posted · Special Settings and Print Sequence

I sure don't mind doing that. Can you point me to the config file or what the extension is?

To the powers that be, would it be possible to enable the 'print one at a time' sequence for the condition of printing with one extruder, and disable it if two are being used? That would seem (on the surface) to be a quick work around.

Pete

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