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Cura 3.5 with Creality Ender 3 Problem

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Posted · Cura 3.5 with Creality Ender 3 Problem

Hi Ultimaker Community.

 

Im pretty new in 3D Printing but i already made some nice Prints with Cura 3.4

I was excited that 3.5 now supports my Creality Ender 3 without using and changing the CR10 Profile.

Sadly It just doesnt work. I use the same modified Draft 0.2 Profile that i use with 3.4 but the prints looking extremly underextrude.

The lines are nice on the raft but ultra thin. Compare to 3.4, 3.5 feeds much less material.

Some Ideas what i can change or is it a Bug with the Ender 3 Profile?

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Posted · Cura 3.5 with Creality Ender 3 Problem

Printer is locked to the 2.85mm branch*, Filament is hard coded to 2.85mm in three reference files. Changing it will not change the slice.

 

* Also means you only get 2.85mm filament material definitions.

 

This has been identified as to be fixed in new version.

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Posted · Cura 3.5 with Creality Ender 3 Problem

I have the same problem and actually I first thought it was because I upgraded to bullseye duct but LUCKILY it was just the software. Im just going to install Cura3.4 or 3.6+

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