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Stampanti Kloner3D / Campusprint e Cura

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Posted · Stampanti Kloner3D / Campusprint e Cura

Salve a tutti

sono un insegnante di scienze/mate in una scuola media che si è aggiudicata dei fondi per comperare una stampante 3D e abbiamo acquistato una stampante della Kloner3D (venduta come Campusprint) modello 300H (dual head).

 

Il software Kloner3D si basa su una vecchia versione di CURA mentre io sto cercando di fare funzionare la macchina con l'ultima versione del Cura (3.6).

Un problema abbastanza chiaro inizialmente è che la stampante non ha un display e usa un cavo usb per connettersi al PC.  Cura non riesce a trovare la stampante e io non trovo nessun settaggio che mi permetta di impostare la porta.

 

Qualcuno potrebbe aiutarmi?

Grazie

Andrea

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