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Issue with Cura 3.3.1

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Hello Everyone,

    I have an Ultimaker 3 Extended. I recently upgraded from Cura 3.2.0 to Cura 3.3.1. I sliced one model in Cura 3.3.1, and saved the gcode on USB. When i tried to print it on my UM3E,  I received an error message that " This print job is not suitable for this printer. Go to ultimaker.com/ER26" and after i clicked the continue option i received the message "An error occurred while processing this print job. Line nr =13." I aborted the print and went to ultimaker.com/ER26 page, as suggested by the printer, but there was not any mismatch in the printer, Print cores or Materials. 
    I sliced different model, just to make sure, it was not because of the model,  but i got same error message.
    After that i sliced both models with Cura 3.2.0, with same profile, and settings i used in Cura 3.3.1. And this time i received no error on the printer, it printed without any problem. 

    I have attached, photos of error messages, and also gcode file i sliced in Cura 3.3.1, if it be of any help. 
    Please tell me if you know what can be possibly wrong?
 

Error_message_1.jpg

Error_message_2.jpg

UM3E_Clip1_V12.gcode

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4 hours ago, Chuan said:

Why not printing by wifi?

      I personally prefer USB

4 hours ago, Chuan said:

And do you try this in other printer?

    Unfortunately I only have one printer. ?

 

   

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