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Posted · CC Print core Red 0.6mm
20 minutes ago, super123tom said:

However, I would love to have future versions of Cura support the cc core for UM 3 configuration.

 

The only way that will happen is if Ultimaker sells an official extruder upgrade for the UM3.  Maybe a UM3+ will come out some day and maybe there will be an upgrade kit.

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Posted · CC Print core Red 0.6mm

Cant wait that long. Hppe that happens some day, I assume it will. 

In the mean time, I plan to try this path. Can you send me the instructions on reprogramming the cc to core to look like an AA0.4

Thank you so much for your help. I will document the process for others. 

 

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Posted · CC Print core Red 0.6mm

Tough I've not used the DDG, I like the QR feeders as they let you easily inspect the gears visibly, and are easy to clean.

 

On the cura topic, I  think it's much easier to setup a profile in cura for the CC0.6 than reprogram it to a 0.4 I've used the CC0.6 on my Ultimaker3 and just changed the line width,  I should find some time to set it up with a proper profile someday..

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