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Posted · Suitable profile for the CR-10 Smart?

When I go to add a non-networked printer, there are numerous profiles under Creality3D category that are CR-10's, but none of them are the CR-10 Smart, which is what I have. What would be a proper profile to use for it, or should I create a custom one - and is there a good guide for translating the settings from Creality's slicer (where it had one prepped for this machine) into Ultimaker Cura?

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    Posted · Suitable profile for the CR-10 Smart?

    What's the difference between the base CR10 and the Smart model?  Creality is responsible for submitting definition files for inclusion in Cura and they've actually been pretty good about it.


    If the only real difference is the WIFI capability then I would think that the CR10 base definition file would be fine.  After installing the printer in Cura go to Manage Printers and Machine Settings and check the build volume sizes for Width, Depth, Height, and the Firmware Flavor to make sure they match your printer and you should be good.  How the gcode gets to the printer isn't part of a gcode file.

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