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Greetings Community.


I've started my 3d Journey about 2 months ago and it's been a fun ride so far.

Puzzling Gcode, finding out settings and filaments, printing usefull and mostly non useful parts... 🙂 modding my Ender 3V2 I Like this stuff


One thing I can't figure out...

When I import a material profile e.g. extrudr- ASA market place.. It doesn't show up in my list. 
Have puzzled long and hard what caused it, until i added (just for fun) a Ultimaker 3printer.. (which I do NOT have) Activated it And Voilá!!! All my installed market-place profiles are visible


Seems that Cura has a mind the Ender3V2 cannot print ASA... but it sure can,  and I did..

but even stranger, Cura has an generic PETG profile, but when I instal the Extrdr-PETG profile, it don't work..


Why is that? Anyone?

Can I change this setting anywhere?

Or Am I stuck writing down all the settings and copying hem in an custom profile (lot of work per material)


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