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Add UM2+/Mark2 PVA custom material to Cura 3.3.1

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I use a UM2+ modified to a Mark2 which I have been using quite successfully with Cura 3.2.1 with custom modified  filament profiles including PVA.

 

When using Cura 3.3.1, everything works well apart from my PVA custom filament does not show up in the filament choices - I have tried to import the PVA profile which Cura 3.3.1 states it has loaded successfully, but it is still not available to choose.

 

I assume that a PVA profile is being blocked for use with my UM2+/Mark2, and wonder if anyone knows a work around to get this to work.

 

VMT for any assistance.

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