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Posted (edited) · Marketplace installed materials not showing up

EDIT: Apologies, i thought that they were showing up for the one printer, they are in fact not showing up for any.... hence the edit lol.

Hello there, I am having some trouble getting some marketplace materials to show up in the drop down list. It says they are installed in the marketplace but they are not showing up at all in the material selection panel. Anyone had any similar issues and know how to fix it? 

Also I noticed some materials don't show up for certain printers anyway, is there a way of turning that off too? As both my printers are capable of doing the same materials.

 

I am using Cura 4.6.2 and its a fresh install on Windows 10 x64 as i had to reinstall everything recently. 

 

Any help is much appreciated 🙂

 

Thanks a lot

 

Will 🙂

Edited by willcaddy
Problem was worse than I first wrote....
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    Posted · Marketplace installed materials not showing up

    Material profiles are available for specific printers, so if the profile is not for your selected printer it will also not come up in the selection list. Most profiles (when not all, I don't know) are made for Ultimaker printers only.

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    Posted · Marketplace installed materials not showing up

    Oh I see! Never gave that a thought in all honesty.....Is there a way of just looking at the raw settings then? so I can kinda make my own material based on the downloaded profile? Be nice to have a quick gander and see what the recommended settings are and then tweak them for mine. 

    I don't see any community made ones either, again i assume that's because no one has made any for the Wanhao or the CR-10s?

     

    Thanks a lot for the reply 🙂 

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    Posted · Marketplace installed materials not showing up
    33 minutes ago, willcaddy said:

    I don't see any community made ones either, again i assume that's because no one has made any for the Wanhao or the CR-10s?

    Yup!

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    Posted · Marketplace installed materials not showing up

    I just had the same issue, so I installed an Ultimaker Printer profile and low, the materials installed from the market place appears. 

    I then had another thought that the Ultimaker uses a 2.85mm Compatible material diameter. So I changed my custom printer profile to have a 2.85mm  material diameter and yay! The materials appear against my custom printer. 

    This then lead to a third thought, while the material is available to now edit against the custom printer why not change the material diameter of the market place installed filament and return the custom printer back to 1.75mm. And there lies the solution. It's just looking at the material diameter. 

    I'm wondering if this should be an enhancement request for a tool to allow showing of material types of diameters which don't match your current printers compatible material diameter?

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    Posted · Marketplace installed materials not showing up
    11 hours ago, TheMadBaz said:

     why not change the material diameter of the market place installed filament and return the custom printer back to 1.75mm.

    Because the settings for 1.75 mm and 2.85 are very different. So it might show up, but it won't give you settings that work very well with your printer.

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    Posted · Marketplace installed materials not showing up
    10 hours ago, nallath said:

    Because the settings for 1.75 mm and 2.85 are very different. So it might show up, but it won't give you settings that work very well with your printer.

    Seeing as I only have a 1.75mm printer I can't really comment on how different the settings are for the same material. Looking at the generic ABS Material (1.75 and 2.85), density and all the print settings are the same. Density isn't going to change with diameter and that drives the cost calculations, which is something I'm interested in. The other print settings I guess should be changed (I'd expect retraction settings to be a bit different) but at least it gives you a starting point to work from. 

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