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Posted · Print from Mac material settings.

Hi All,

 

I have a new S5 and am using Cura on my MacPro. When using non UM filament and sending a print from the Mac via wifi as opposed to a memory stick) to S5 I get an error message in the queued job in Cura saying "requires configuration change" to the filament I have assigned in Cura. The S5 screen then has a "change configuration" message listing the assigned material, but when I press "OK" nothing happens and the only way to print is to "Override" the error in Cura. How do I fix this? Also, in general how does the S5 handle non UM filaments, do they become part of an on board library of materials on the S5 with the names I have assigned? Are they all just listed as "generic" but take the formatting included with the print file?

 

Thanks

 

John

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