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Cura 3.6, Unable to import old proflies

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Posted · Cura 3.6, Unable to import old proflies

HI all, I was recently put in charge of the relatively new Axiom20 printer our company has. However the Apex software (based off old Cura) is having issues. I found the profiles (.ini files)) and tried to follow Ultimakers guide for importing profiles but I get the error: <message>Unable to import legacy profile. Multi extrusion is not supported</message> . I tried Cura 3.51 but that just said there was no valid profile. Does anyone have any ideas on how to bypass this to import?

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Posted · Cura 3.6, Unable to import old proflies

You're trying to import a single extrusion profile to a multi extrusion machine. The old Cura didn't have multi extrusion, so there just isn't a way to do the conversion (or well, there is, but it's way too complex to put all of that in code). 

 

 

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Posted · Cura 3.6, Unable to import old proflies

The profile I am trying to import is from Airwolf, but it does have dual extrusion support. although it looks like it might call for some other gcode? I am not too sure. I attached two of the profiles if that will help.

profiles.zip

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