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Supplied files with printer SD card print perfectly. However the profile wont load into cura.

On examination of the file in Notebook the last lines of code are a random character string, as follows....


M84                         ;steppers off
G90                         ;absolute positioning


Is there a way to translate into something I can use?


As an aside the supplied files print perfectly, my own files created from scratch do not.

Would like to start the setting from a known position than proceed on the basis of trial and error.


For instance I found the recommended temp setting ( 200 ) did not effect good plate adhesion whereas 210 does.


In the meantime will continue looking for other files that print correctly and have profiles that will load.


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