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machine settings.  In the top right corner there should be a chosen printer.  To the right of the printer is a drop down.  Choose manage printers and edit your printer - edit the x,y,z size there and other printer parameters.

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You should reply here.  not by private message.  That way someone else can help you.

 

fitz says he did that but the box is still small in the cura display.  Can you give screen shots please?  One screenshot in the device manager where it shows the bounding box size in millimeters.  Another screen shot showing the printer - each square is 10mm in this view.  You can count things up.

 

Is it possible that your bounding box is fine but the part you want to print is in the wrong units and is too big?

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