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did you experience hanging of software cura 3.3.1 during printing using windows 7 ? Usually i work offline but i suppose there must be a reason for this issue. may be the usb cable lenght? ( 2 mt) 

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my printer is prusa i3 anycubic. i was testing it on a new plugin that works on  windows 10 cura 3..2.1 and 3.3.1 connected via usb  but register some hanging on windows 7 in the same cura configuration . plugin is used to tune head and surface and derivates from ultimaker printer copmmand .  

BedlevelPlugin.zip

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Windows 10 1803 here, and I have an Anycubic Kossel Pulley. Like Tmirante, it just hangs for a bit at the start then moves to the first Z Position and creeps along at like 1 or 2 mm every 3 or 4 secs. Even exporting to SDCard has the same results. Had to start using Slic3r to get it to print right. So Cura must be adding something to the GCode that is causing the issue.

 

I also reloaded the software to my printer as well just to make sure using Arduino. (Marlin/Reprap)

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