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timmbos

netfabb connection fails

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Hello everyone,

I have some trouble with with my new Ultimaker and hope for your help.

I am not able to connect netfabb (4.8) to the Ultimaker. I have set the Port (doublechecked) and the speed to 57600 for 5D and 115200 for Sprinter and Marlin firmware [1].

After reading [2] I tryed every firmware available through ReplicatorG (5D, Sprinter, Marlin 1, 2, 3) but just nothing happens.

Do you have any suggestions?

At the moment I am using the gcode export and print it with ReplicatorG. This way there is some trouble with the z axis scaling but I will open an other topic for this for not mixing stuff up.

Regards,

Timm

[1] http://wiki.ultimaker.com/NetFabb_Setup_Guide_and_Quick_Introduction

[2] http://forum.ultimaker.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=98

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