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Steps per E

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I've just got back into printing again and I think I'm under extruding when using the new cura version 13.04. Now I've never had any issues before and from what I've seen before ,I need to alter the steps per E? I've looked in preferences and the setting is zero, now is that the figure an offset from a default setting because if it isnt, then does that mean that I'm not extruding at all! Can someone please clarify? also can the setting be changed during a print or do I have to cancel, change it then start again?

Paul

 

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I've just printed off the robot, adjusted the settings for another print but when I press the print key it does nothing ,absolutely didly squat. If I load up version 12.11 , away it goes no problem. I'm starting to really hate version 13.04.

paul

 

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