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Using Cura with BFB 3D Touch

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Hello,

I am a high school student currently taking an engineering class. My school recieved an old BFB 3D Touch printer, and I have been trying to get it working. So far I have been working with the BFB Axon 2 software, which works, but has not been supported in years and has many problems. My school has Cura 3.4.1 installed on our computers, and I have read that Cura has basic support for BFB machines. I have found the setting for a BFB printer, but have no idea what I need to change in the printer settings, and see no option for multi extruder prints. Does anyone have any experience with BFB printers and could help with the setup in Cura?

Thanks,

Alexander

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