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Posted · RF2000 als Custom FFF Printer bei Cura hinzufügen

Hallo zusammen,


ich habe seit zwei Jahren den RF2000 Dualdrucker von Conrad und hätte gerne die Cura Software genutzt, jedoch ist der Drucker nicht in der Liste  hinterlegt. 

Ich scheitere daran, den Drucker mit den vorhandenen Daten im Programm als Custom FFF Printer zu hinterlegen, da es einen Versatz in den Achsen gibt etc.


Vielleicht weiß jemand , wie ich die Daten in Cura eingeben muss, sodass es funktioniert?


Folgende Daten habe ich aus der Simplify3D Software:

                                               x-Achse    y-Achse     z-Achse

Druckvolumen:                   180,00        230,00       200,00

Ursprünglicher Versatz:       0,0           -18,00            0,0

Werkzeug- Versatze:

Werkzeug 0:                           0,0               0,0

Werkzeug 1:                           23,70           0,0


Achse des virtuellen Bettes umdrehen: y

Baud- Rate: 115200 Bits/sek



Vielen Dank im Voraus für die Hilfe!



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    Posted (edited) · RF2000 als Custom FFF Printer bei Cura hinzufügen

    Hi, deine Frage ist schon etwas länger her aber ich habe erst seit kurzem einen RF2000 und bin darum erst jetzt hier darauf gestossen. Wenn nicht dir, dann hilft es vielleicht jemand anders. Wenn du bereits eine Lösung gefunden hast, sei bitte so nett und poste diese hier. Mit meinen Einstellungen kann ich in CURA G-Code erzeugen und diesen im Renkforce Repetier-Host V1.6.2 starten (per USB) oder per SD-Card darauf laden.

    Meine Einstellungen in Cura für meinen Renkforce RF2000 sind bis jetzt folgende:

    Add a non-network printer --> Custom FFF printer (siehe Bild)

    X 180mm, Y 235mm, Z 200mm, Heated bed, X max 80mm, Y max 80mm, Gantry Heigtht 25.0mm, Number of Extruders 2


    Start G-Code:


    G28 ; home all axes

    G1 Z5 F500 ; lift nozzle

    M109 S[first_layer_temperature] ; wait for extruder temp to be reached

    M3001 ; Aktivate Z-Compensation

    ;Move Z-axis n-steps up (see manual)

    ;M3006 S0 ; configure the static z-offset (units are [um])

    G90 ; use absolute coordinates

    M82 ; use absolute distances for extrusion

    G92 E0 ; start line

    G1 F300 E-0.5

    G1 X180 Y22 Z0.35 F5000

    G1 F800 E13

    G1 X20 E25 F1000

    ; Acceleration up to...

    ; Acc printing

    M201 X1500 Y1500 Z100

    ; Acc travel

    M202 X1500 Y1500 Z100



    End G-Code:

    M104 S0

    M140 S0


    ; retract filament

    G1 E-2 F300

    ; Output Object




    ;Steppers off


    ;Acceleration to default...

    ;Acc printing

    M201 X1000 Y1000 Z1000

    ;Acc travel

    M202 X1000 Y1000 Z1000




    Edited by METATRON
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