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Cura and Robo R2 profiles

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Posted · Cura and Robo R2 profiles

When I send an STL file to my robo r2,it asks some questions on-board about slicing. the type of filament, the infill i want to use, etc. and it prints it correctly. If I send it to the printer through cura with the octoprint plugin, the drive gear starts turning backwards and skipping and filament doesnt come out and it just makes a huge mess. Is there some setting that i'm messing up here? Are there any robo r2 settings I should be using? I couldn't find any online that actually worked. I did find some on GitHub but i couldn't use them. It said they were invalid or corrupted files. Any suggestions are welcome.

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