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My Cura version 15.04.6 that came with micro SD card at first didnt work when I printed anything other than the cat auto file that came with the delta mini.

I compared the g codes from the auto file (cat) verses the ones I got after slicer. I noticed the difference in starting g code.

 

After I delete the 2 lines and paste in the M109 line. It works. And it prints pretty well. I printed many different things after I copy and paste the m109 line in place of the 2 lines that came after slicer g code.

Now that I was asked again and again about the update. And I install it. the cura version 3.4.0 is a complete disaster and would run but extruder always gets a blob of pla filament on the

extruder nozzle and not seem to print anything onto the printer bed at all.

 

I already replaced the start and end g code from delta mini page. The same start and end code that worked with the orginal version doesnt work with the new version of cura anymore.

the second screen shot was the one that worked with the Cura 15.04.6 version. The version doesnt allow me to scale the models anymore. And always asks if I would like to update. And now the new update doesnt work. After I changed the g code start and end. And after I get g code I delete 2 lines and add M109 line. It just prints blobs that stick on the extruder nozzle.

 

Capture Lego print did not start.PNG

Capture Revise did print change first line to same as with auto file.PNG

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