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Hallo,

mein Name crosslight. Ich habe einen Flashforge Finder. Ich möchte mit diesen 3D Drucker Cura nutzen. Cura bietet mehr Einstellmöglichkeiten als Flashprint.

Ich bin auf der Suche nach Cura Settings für meinen Flashforge Finder.

Vielleicht hat schon jemand Cura für diesen Drucker eingerichtet und kann mir sagen wie es geht?

Ich habe selber schon den Drucker mit einem Makerbot Profil angelegt. Die Maße des Druckbettes auf 140x140x140 mm geändert. Das Druckbett auf rectangular setzt. Den Haken bei beheizten Druckbett rausgenommen und den Haken bei „Ausgang in Mitte“ gesetzt. Alle Druckkopfeinstellung auf 0 gesetzt.

Bei der G-Code Variante habe ich Makerbot gewählt.

Den Start G-Code und den Ende G-Code habe nicht verändert. Bei Extruder 1 habe ich die Düsebreite auf 0,4 mm und Kompatibler Materialdurchmesser 1,75 mm eingetragen. In die beiden unteren Felder habe ich leer gelassen.

Anschließend habe ich bei dem Marketplace den X3GWriter runtergeladen und installiert.

Trotz aller meiner Bemühungen erkennt der Drucker nachher die X3G Datei nicht.

Ich hoffe, dass jemand eine Lösung für mein Problem hat?

 

Hello,

my name is crosslight. I have a Flashforge Finder. I would like to use Cura with these 3D printers. Cura offers more adjustment options than Flashprint.

I am looking for Cura Settings for my Flashforge Finder.

Maybe someone has already set up Cura for this printer and can tell me how to do it?

I have already created the printer with a Makerbot profile. The dimensions of the print bed have been changed to 140x140x140 mm. The print bed is set to rectangular. The hook taken out with heated pressure bed and set the hook at "exit in the middle". All printhead setting is set to 0.

I chose Makerbot for the G-Code variant.

The start G-code and the end G-code did not change. For extruder 1, I entered the nozzle width to 0.4 mm and the compatible material diameter 1.75 mm. I left empty in the two lower fields.

Then I downloaded and installed the X3GWriter at the Marketplace.

Despite all my efforts, the printer does not recognize the X3G file afterwards.

I hope someone has a solution to my problem?

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