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Bonjour à vous, 

 

J'ai eu le plaisir de découvrir que Cura 3.2 permet de trancher et générer des g-codes pour les machines Raise et notamment la N2 que je possède.  Cependant lorsque je charge le gcode de cura dans la raise celui-ci n'est pas reconnu. L'imprimante ne reconnait pas la forme du modèle ni les caractéristiques d'impression. De plus cura ne génère qu'un fichier alors que ideamaker en génère 2...

 

Faut-il mettre à jour le firmware de la raise pour "l'accorder" avec Cura ?

 

Je souhaite vraiment pouvoir trancher mes fichiers sur cura pour la raise..!

 

Merci pour votre aide.

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