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Hi All,

 

So a while back i found a file on the ultimaker website that had a list of all materials that all the printers could use. It also had all the heat settings for the nozal and bed. I had this printed out but then lost it. Does anyone know where in the hell it is on the ultimaker website as i cant find it?

 

Any help would be amazing

 

Ollie 

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Hi and welcome,

 

Maybe this can help:

 

https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/49799-material-compatibility

 

And here you can find information on all Ultimaker materials:

 

https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/manuals/materials

 

Regarding settings most print settings embedded in Cura should be quite good and wouldn't require many changes to produce good prints

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