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Cura slicing problem with TOUGH PLA and PVA

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Posted · Cura slicing problem with TOUGH PLA and PVA

Dear Makers of the Ultiworld,

 

I installed CURA on my new PC. Like before I wanted to slice and print(S5 printer)
something. But now,  if I choose the material Tough PLA for the extruder 1
and PVA for extruder 2, it dosen´t wok out. BUT on my old PC this
combination is working, Can someone help me? It seems a bit ridiculous
cuz that is the material combination which was sind with the S5 printer.

 

THX

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Posted · Cura slicing problem with TOUGH PLA and PVA

Have you set the print core to BB for extruder 2?

PVA is only working with the BB print cores.

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