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I believe I corrupted one of my netfabb material profiles. Is there someplace I can download the profiles that came with my software installation (recent). I believe these are credited to have been developed by Paul Candler and Florian Horsch. Is there a means to reset them to their 'defaults'? Not sure that defaults exist for the profiles...

Should I just re-install? I have only just tried (unsuccessfully so far) to use the software. Also, I think I read there is a new release just around the corner.

Thanks,

Matt

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Have you tried the Reset Machine Settings button in the Machine tab on the lower/right? You'll have to click on Ultimaker on the top/right to get the Machine tab to show up.

That should reset stuff back to the defaults.

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