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Posted · Feedrates CLI/UI differ

Hello everyone.

This question was originally posted on github https://github.com/Ultimaker/CuraEngine/issues/1198 but this might be the better place to ask.



When slicing via the CLI(left) the material feed is not the same as slicing via the Cura UI (right)


You can see that the printed material  is much thinner than it is supposed to be, when slicing via the CLI.

The CLI uses all parameters from the GlobalStack and  ExtruderStack as overwrides (-s).

The question is what other stacks do I have to use (and how) in order to recreate the slice done within the UI.

What underlying setting(s) could influence this other than the settings that can be set in the UI ?

Done with Cura 4.4 on Windows 10


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Posted · Feedrates CLI/UI differ

I did another Testrun with an older Version of CuraEngine (from 2018) and was not able to replicate this. 

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