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Posted · IdeaMaker for UM3?

As I seem to be "converting" from Raise3D N2 to Ultimaker 3e I am curious whether I'd be able to 

continue using the Raise3D-slicer "Idea Maker" with the UM3e?

 

Anybody here did that already and can supply the needed settings for IdeaMaker & the UM3e?

 

As there is a dialog to add a "custom" printer in IdeaMaker, it should be possible.

 

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Only thing left would be the start- and end-code for the UM3 - since the Raise3D-code in that areas is sort of crap, I think...

Unfortunately one can only edit that code in a particular material-configuration...

 

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Posted · IdeaMaker for UM3?

Hi guys, I also need to know the initial settings for the UM3 in Ideamaker. Yousef (or anyone else) can you please help?

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