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i don't find bed level function wizard in cura 3.0 as in cura 1.x .where is it ? is there any plugin available to create a bed level for my sensor configuration  editing it ?

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according to my real low level in cura use and manage i created a small extension , not totally working because it crashes at the end , but before does all functions required . now i am looking for somebody helping me to modify it .untill now it can be updated with parameters and command can be launched. 

i tested it on prusai3 on ultimaker but i suppose it works for many printers. 

next step will be to insert a window asking for parameters i now put by hand on the source regarding the points where to do the head alignment .who wants can help also to say why it crashes after done all movements . sorry for my huge ignorance 

 

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