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Printhead settings Cura 3.2.1

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I want to print multiple object "one at a time". The default printhead settings don't seem to reflect the actual size of my printer (Creality CR10s). I tried to change them, but it looks like the updated dimension are not taken in to account by Cura? I tried the extreme 1mm setting as a test, but the "greyed out" printhead area stays the same? Am I missing something or is this a bug?



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There seems to be a light grey area and a darker grey area. The darker grey area seems to be the printhead dimension. No clue what the light grey area is... But problem solved, I figured it out! Should be able to print multiple parts one at a time now with the corrected printhead dimension.



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