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Posted · Can't create a printer profile

I wanted to add a printer definition for my printer so everytime I update cura I don't have to keep copying my custom definition. So I looked at the existing definitions and copied one and modified it for my printer. I then created a model for the build plate and an extruder definition. I started up Cura and saw my printer in the list and picked it. Cura gave me an error that my definition must be corrupt. So I searched around and found this link: https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/wiki/Adding-new-machine-profiles-to-Cura After reading that page I found that I did create my profile correctly. So my main question is Can I find a log to get more information about what is wrong? If not can someone look at my files and see if there is anything obvious?

 

Thanks.

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Posted · Can't create a printer profile

I found the log file. Thanks tinkergnome. I discovered that I was setting the version number incorrectly. It works now.

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