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Howdy folks!

I've been using a few printers with CURA over the past years, including a dual extrusion machine based on a CR-10S with a Chimera+ from E3D (Dual extruder, Dual nozzle).

 

Every time I update CURA I end up losing all my settings. I still have something working on 3.5.1, but would like to use the machine with 3.6.0b, and hopefully do it in a way that I don't have to redo everything with each version of CURA to be released.

 

Is there some simple way to do this?

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There is probably a bug that gets triggered with your setup that we didn't find about yet. Since this has been going on for some time with you, I expect it's the same bug.

 

Could you share the logs and the files you created? I can't promise that we will be able to fix it anytime soon (as there is always more work than time), but I can probably at least tell you what's wrong (and hopefully provide at least a workaround) 

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Hey, thanks! I most certainly can... I mean, I most certainly want to. What should I upload that would be the most helpful?

 

Really it isn't about saving what I have (I know my bed dimensions and such), but it would be nice to put one in that will have some future-proofing.

 

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There's no nozzle offset, really nothing special at all, it's just a CR10s with lower accelerations (heavier head) and a second extruder. I was hoping I might take a built in profile and just make a couple changes and hit "save as".

 

(Aside: I don't think I remember the #2's being in the window. But unsure.)

Attaching a .3mf export, not sure if it has settings.

AbeSettingsChiMara351.3mf

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Attaching 3.5.1 3mf

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