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When I load any STL model, I get the error message shown below: "Unable to Slice with the current settings.  The following settings have errors: Regular/Maximum Fan Speed Threshold".

 

This occurs with the "recommended" settings as well as my custom settings.

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gr5,

I have tried already tried a variety of settings, but no luck.  Can you suggest a trial set of settings related to fan?

 

I need to clarify:  Cura slices fine with the provided profiles (that are not compatible with my printer).  I found a similar bug report on Cura 2.4 at https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/1417

In that case, the error identified was not the actual error.  I tried the "fix" to that bug, which was to export and then import the profile, but that didn't help in my case.

I might also mention that these models all work fine with 14.12 ( my Cura version before trying 3.1).

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