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Ultimaker 2plus with Cura problem!

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Dear members,

My name is Tremonti (52 yers old) and i want to know a little bit more about some settings for my Ultimaker 2+ printer.

When i want to print a gcode model in Cura, the Ultimaker printer begins in the right upper corner and the bed is not going up to the normal position.

But when i putt the gcode model on a sd card and put the card into the Ultimaker, everthing is working fine.

I have choosen Ultimaker 2plus in Cura and pressed on the firmware update button.

I am a beginner, not an expert, but want to learn a little bit more about settings , and a solution for my problem.

I also want to print with usb, please can somebody help me?

My english is not so good, sorry for that.

Greetins, Tremonti

 

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