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For different materials print settings defined slighty different from each other.(i.e. Wall Thickness defined 1mm for PLA, 1.3mm for ABS). Can i define all my print settings  on my Custom Material settings. I would be very appriciated if you share a way to do it.





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Posted · Creating New Material Profile with Print Settings

Personally I save the whole project as a project file in Cura. And when I need something like the print before, I just load the project and have all the settings.


You can also work with custom material profiles and Cura profiles to save the settings, but it is more complicated and not always update safe. A Cura project file works every time.

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