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Folks,

I tried searching the web about UM2 and Netfabb. Anyone out there who is using netfabb for UM2?

Is the engine for UM2 the same as UM? I could not find the pricing options for UM2.

Uma

 

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Any bugs in Cura are not UM2-specific. That said, I've gotten flawless results slicing stuff in Cura, you just have to work around the issues - primarily turning off 'enable combing'. And be sure to change your retraction settings (on the UM2 for Cura, or in your slicer software for others) to 5.5mm at 35mm/s.

If you want to try other slicers, you could look at Kisslicer or Slic3r. Both are free (for their basic versions, at least).

 

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