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Posted · Where can I find all the variable of Cura settings?

Where can I find all the variables of Cura settings?


For example I need "M900 K{layer_z * 0.02}" in G code, but it's "layer_z" variable from prusha. I need the same, but for Cura.

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    Posted · Where can I find all the variable of Cura settings?

    have a look at this file:

     

    C:\Program Files\Ultimaker Cura 4.8.0\resources\definitions\fdmprinter.def

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    Posted (edited) · Where can I find all the variable of Cura settings?

    For linear advance settings use the Linear Advance plugin

     

     

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    Posted · Where can I find all the variable of Cura settings?
    8 hours ago, akkoxe said:

    Where can I find all the variables of Cura settings?

     

    A bit more readable version of the info derived directly from fdmprinter.def.json can be found here:

    http://files.fieldofview.com/cura/Replacement_Patterns.html

     

    8 hours ago, akkoxe said:

    For example I need "M900 K{layer_z * 0.02}" in G code, but it's "layer_z" variable from prusha. I need the same, but for Cura.

     

    Unfortunately, you cannot do math in replacement patterns in Cura.

    But like @Cuq said, there's a neat plugin to help you with Linear Advance settings.

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