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Saving printing parameters in CURA and creating report e.g. as pdf

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Posted · Saving printing parameters in CURA and creating report e.g. as pdf

Dear All,

Does anyone know how to save printing parameters in CURA and then print out as e.g. pdf? Is there a way to create report in CURA (e.g. as pdf report) with all parameters selected for the 3D printing?

 

Many thanks indeed.

 

Sam

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Posted · Saving printing parameters in CURA and creating report e.g. as pdf

Can I ask what the purpose of that would be? You can save out project files from Cura, this will contain 3D models as well as print parameters if you want to share this information with others. You can open a 3mf as an archive as well, and then see specific setting information in a plain text format. This text could be output into a pdf somehow. But nothing exists for that yet to my knowledge.

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