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Posted · Cura 3D ignoring every printing speed setting!

Please help cause im running out of options :(.

 

Since few weeks, no matter what kind of printing speed settings i set in cura 3D, it always prints with same speed (1st layer, walls, supports, etc.) even if i set 10mm/sec it still goes around 60mm/sec.

 

I tried reinstalling Cura 3D and deleting my presets and used stock ones and other computer.

 

Everything works fine with other slicers tho.

 

Please help, thank you in advance.

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    Posted · Cura 3D ignoring every printing speed setting!
    3 hours ago, Raziorx said:

    I got exactly the same issue... I'm stuck 😕

    If this helps, not bes lt solution but i managed to fix it by reinstalling Windows :s

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    Posted · Cura 3D ignoring every printing speed setting!
    8 hours ago, pivor said:

    If this helps, not bes lt solution but i managed to fix it by reinstalling Windows :s

    Oh my... 😂 Thanks for the tip !

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    Posted · Cura 3D ignoring every printing speed setting!

    I tried setting separate speeds for my 2nd core yesterday (printing text using a different color and smaller nozzle) and noticed it didn't seem to print slower for that material at all.  I set it to 15mm/ps for all line types and it screamed through that part of the print just as fast as the other material, which was set to 30mm/ps.  Using Cura 4.1 on an U3Ext with the latest firmware from a few days ago.

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    Posted · Cura 3D ignoring every printing speed setting!

    Still get the issue here, i manage to print by putting "1 mm/s" in print speed... But it's definitely not the best... I don't get it 😕

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