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Posted · Nozzle sizes

Just found out Flyingbear printer profile on Cura 4.6.1 comes with 3 fixed nozzle sizes. I just couldn't find out how to add another one (1.0mm). Is there any way to manage those nozzle sizes?


Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.


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    Posted (edited) · Nozzle sizes


    Just go into the detail settings and adjust the line width. So change the 0,4 mm for a 0,4 nozzle into 1mm.

    Best select 'expert' settings to check all the different line widths, just set them all to 1mm.













    edit; somehow this forum software doesn't let me delete the double inserted screenshot....



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    Posted · Nozzle sizes

    Thanks a lot for your answer, but my actual concern is if there is any way to edit profiles to enrich it with new settings and make them permanently. Is there any way to do so?

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