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Posted · Dynamic Line Width for custom profile

Hi there,

I recently switched to Cura 4.2. 

 

If I use default profiles, and change the nozzle size, the line width automatically adapts. 

If I then change the line width manually, it shows the setting as something like: “=nozzle_width_diameter*1.1”. 
So it seems line width is somehow dynamic for the default profiles. 

 

Is there anyway to retain this behaviour on my custom profiles? 
Thanks. 

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Posted · Dynamic Line Width for custom profile

Yes, don't put an override value in your profiles. Then it will use the default, which in this case is a dynamic value.

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Posted · Dynamic Line Width for custom profile
51 minutes ago, nallath said:

Yes, don't put an override value in your profiles. Then it will use the default, which in this case is a dynamic value.


Thank you. 
 

Is there any way to change the formula, like nozzle_diameter_size*1.2 for example. 

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Posted · Dynamic Line Width for custom profile

Not by means of the interface, sorry.

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