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Posted · Cura 4.2.1 Machine definition has been altered canceling a project opening

Dear community

 

I have an issue with my S5 machine definition in Cura 4.2.1 after cancelling a project during the loading procedure.

 

Cura is set up with an S5 as the Cura Connect host (networked printer) with 2 UM3E part of the group.

Cura was configured with the S5 as the current printer.

 

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I have opened a project based on an UM3E for the printer, but at the second pop up, cancelled the project opening.

 

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This has altered my S5 printer definition in the printer settings :

- Extruder 2 nozzle offset was set to 18 mm (value used for the UM3) instead of 22 mm

- Prime blob position is now the same as on the UM3.

 

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Changing the nozzle offset is a no brainer.

Changing the prime blob position is not available in the GUI.

 

As I don't want to recreate a new networked printer (all my previous projects won't work), I would like to tweak the right definition file in the Cura setup files.

 

Thanks for your help

David

 

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