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conservative print parameters

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I have a relatively new (2-month-old) Ultimaker.

I have conservatively tried to work with Skeinforge 35, but the number of parameters in PLA-Ultimaker-failsave v1 is overwhelming

help files such as

http://wiki.makerbot.com/configuring-skeinforge

are minimally helpful, partially because it is not a good fit and partially because it is sketchy.

can someone point me to a consistent set of parameters? I'm willing to try newer Skeinforge files, but I need to be sure that I have all the files, so as not to be left guessing.

many thanks!

EM

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1: upgrade to the Marlin firmware

2: dump skeinforge 35 and get at least SF 44

3: read through

http://wiki.ultimaker.com/Sprinter#Spri ... _and_later

. Yes, it says Sprinter firmware, not Marlin, but don't worry about that.

4: post again if you have more questions or problems!

 

Yikes! Instructions from the DC-extruder days and SF6. Don't read those!

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