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Posted · Mark 2 With Cura 4.4

I had a mishap with my hard drive so had to install Cura so decided to go for the latest, it took a few attempts for cura to slice a model for the Mark 2 I think the heads were disabled (?)  any ways I got cura to slice but when I look at the printer under preferences machine setting there is a start script for the printer and end script but when I select extruder 1 or 2 there are no scripts just material ,diameter (2.85) nozzle offset X 0.0 Y 0.0 cooling fan number,, no  nozzle sizes nothing is this correct, sorry for the vagueness but did use the UM2 much lately but now need it.. any advise welcome

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Posted · Mark 2 With Cura 4.4
12 hours ago, bob-hepple said:

when I select extruder 1 or 2 there are no scripts just material ,diameter (2.85) nozzle offset X 0.0 Y 0.0 cooling fan number,, no  nozzle sizes nothing is this correct

 

i think so...

  • extruder specific scripts are not needed (what would you expect there....?
  • and i guess (not sure) the nozzle diameter is hidden, because there are several pre-defined "variants" for each extruder (which can be selected from the drop-down list in the settings panel)

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Posted · Mark 2 With Cura 4.4

tinkergnome

thanks for the reply, I think I was thrown a little by the little information on screen,  I seem to remember possibly  nozzle diameters,  but I am probably wrong,  I know the nozzle size is in advanced and found that setting in latest cura,, as I said many times I have not used cura or my UM2 for a long time and just trying to setup now in latest software, thanks for the advise I think it wont be the last time I ask, as setting up my Mark 2 I find difficult..   

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