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Posted · Crazy 3D Print CZ300


 Not sure if this has been asked, at least I couldn't find a thread. I am trying to add my Crazy 3d Print (XYZ Printing) CZ300 to my Cura. Yes, I know I probably should not have went so cheap on printer and they have zero customer support. Any suggestions on how to add the printer to Cura?

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    Posted · Crazy 3D Print CZ300

    So, after a day or two of trying different approaches, I think I have found a work around to my own problem, maybe. I was able to install an older version of Cura, version 3.6, the software driver for the CZ300 was able to identify version 3.6 and the printer is now working; albeit not on the most up to date version of Cura. Moral of my story, don't buy cheap Chinese anything.


    If any Cura developers are on here, it would be nice to have the CZ300 from Crazy 3D Print (XYZ Printing) addend to the list of supported printers for the current version of Cura. 


    I hope that this helps anyone else having this problem.

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    Posted · Crazy 3D Print CZ300

    the software driver for the CZ300 was able to identify version 3.6 and the printer is now working"


    Are you printing over the USB?  In Cura 4.X versions (I don't know when it started) the USB Printing plugin has to be installed and enabled.  You will find it in the Market Place and should be under Installed.  Make sure it's ticked.


    A visit to the XYZ forum was pretty useless, but I gotta say with a post of "Growing cannabis at home" it was worth the price of entry.

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