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JohnInOttawa

UMO capture existing firmware settings

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Good afternoon everyone.  I am about to apply some upgrades to my UMO, as follows

GT2 upgrade

Sleeves to permit open end caps

TL Smoother (+ or - silent Step Stick, not sure both are needed)

 

I know I will need to adjust my firmware for the new pulleys.  Here's my issue, though.  I bought this printer used, so don't know if the former owner tweaked anything already, so don't want to introduce a new issue.  For example, the former owner put on a non Ultimaker heated bed which looks like it is relay controlled and has its own power supply.  I don't know what, if any, changes were done to facilitate this.

 

Is there a way to download the existing settings, or alternately can I connect Cura to this machine to read them directly?

 

Thanks in advance for your help!

 

John

 

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