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Posted · Could Cura 4.9 cause these fails?

Hello, I recently upgraded to Cura 4.9 and now keep getting these weird failed prints. I have a Biqu B1 using octoprint. 

the first portion of the print starts well and then the printer just keeps printing on the Y axis back and forth only does not attempt to travel to the rest of the print.



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    Posted · Could Cura 4.9 cause these fails?

    Post that gcode file and someone will take a look.  You could open the Gcode file in Cura and see how it looks as well.  Cura uses a separate program to read in a gcode file so it wouldn't involve the slicer side.

    4.9 seems to be having issues, but this sort of thing isn't one of them.  (Of course you could always be the first!)

    Have you tried any other prints from earlier gcode files since you noted the problem?

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