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Hallo Bildstein,

 

Der Wert "Speed" steht im Drucker bei Druckbeginn immer auf 100. Das sind allerdings keine 100 mm/s sondern 100%. Wenn Du über "Tune" auf 60 herunterregelst druckst Du nur noch mit 60% von 60 mm/s - also mit 36 mm/s!

 

Viele Grüße

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Hiya,

 

I found that the firmware, depending on the G-Code flavour, is the default.  I use reprap flavour which overrides this.  I found myself stuck where the printer wasn't doing what I set in cura.  turns out that ultimaker flavour is printer firmware defaults. 

 

may or may not be the issue. 

 

Bex

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