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I wondered too the first time I installed it (especially when Anycubic talks about having a profil in Cura 15.04).
In the end, you should be able to take any kossel system printer as bases, and tweek a few things.

I personnally used Hero101 settings, changed width and depth to 200, and hight to 333. ( little joke I guess from Anycubic engeneers.)
Elliptic plate, Marlin Gcode, and for the printhead settings just take your ruller ( I don't use print one by one for the moment).

 

These parameters work fine for me. Plate adherance, precision, and movement within constraints of  printing surface.

 

(of course go for bed levelling often following the guide's method and pushing back the hot plate in it's place before hand.)


Boom

 

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