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Posted · Cura 4.4 Stops printing after layer 2

Hi everyone!


Not sure if this is a known issue currently but I figured I would post about it just in case.


Currently, I imported a profile for my Carbon Fiber HTPLA from when I used Cura 3.6


When the print gets to Layer 3 or so, the Feeder motor stops, the hotend cools down, and the print bed cools down. The print head and program otherwise keep running as if nothing has changed.


Im going to try and create a brand new profile in Cura and see if that fixes it. I am thinking maybe something about importing the old one is what messed it up but we will see.


I will post back if I figure anything out. Otherwise input from others is totally welcome!

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    Posted · Cura 4.4 Stops printing after layer 2

    Fixed it!


    Since I had brought in old printer profiles from the previous version of Cura, I deleted them and started with a fresh Printer profile and Material profile. Fixed all the issues I had. And it looks like its printing even better than before. 



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