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Cura with a Myriwell RL200A (also branded as 3D Freesculpt)

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Hello,

I'm new in 3D printing, and would like to use Cura (it's far better from what I've see than the others slicers).

Do you know if I can use this soft with my 3D Freesculpt ?

I've tried to create a new printer in the settings, and put start and end code from the "Myriwell slicing defaults" package, but my printer doesn't run properly.

Is it possible to use both or do I need to use an other software ?

Thanks in advance for your response :)

Fred

 

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