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Raise3D Pro2 Dual Cura profile

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Hello. Does anyone have Cura profile for Raise3D Pro2 Dual? Cura has build in profiles for all N2 series, but not for the Pro2. I looking through the forum search but did not found any related info about. Maybe some one already had chance to setup custom profile for Pro2?

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I gave it a go the other day and couldn't get it to start right. Must be something with the starting code that is messed up.

I'm hoping someone with more knowledge about this can help us Pro2 owners out with the Cura 3 as well. It's an awesome software. I wish Cura had the Pro2 profile built in. That would help, but it's probably not there since Raise3d decided to change the language the Pro2 uses from what everyone else uses. 

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