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Cura 3.2.1 printing at At home point

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Posted · Cura 3.2.1 printing at At home point

 Komplete Newbie .. Have A new Anet A6 It came with Cura 14.7 which worked  Updated to 3.2.1  Sort of  . 

 Have generated a model to print  in Gcode   bit of a learning curve but All seems good.  Got it onto my SD card ..

However the machine tries to start the print in the Auto home position ie; Left front corner of the heat bed.. Not Good.

Clearly I've done something wrong Possibly in the machine settings?? 

 As On screen in Cura the model is dead centre Not so on the heat bed.

 Dunno the ethics of this, given I don't have an Ultimaker machine..

But I have No idea as to How to fix this. .. erm Help?

 thanks

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Posted (edited) · Cura 3.2.1 printing at At home point

 This.. at least I figured out... Inept setup  All fixed

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