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Posted · Cura Costing "bubble"

Hello all.

 

Is there a better way to determine the Cura Costing "bubble" and which printcore is listed first? It appears to be random when the 2 materials are the same. If there are 2 different materials (PLA and PVA) then it is easy to determine and in those scenarios it appears to list printcore 2 first. I usually determine by the 2 materials and what they are printing by size; however I have a model that the 2 materials are 0.10mm difference and it is impossible to tell which is which.

 

Could adding M1 and M2 something like this: M1: 0.07mm 1g $0.06

                                                                         M2: 0.17mm 1g $0.12

 

Or simply ensure the material is listed in the same order with material 1 first and material 2 second?

 

TIA!

 

Cheers!

 

Rick...

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Posted · Cura Costing "bubble"

I had always assumed (Not the best way to go) the order of listing matched the order of feeder listing. But I am on a UM3E and this may not be the case.

 

Now I wonder....

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