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Newbie: Where are all the machine settings for ver 14.01

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I'm new (using Cura 13.0.6.4 since Sept, 2013) to this forum and was wondering where the machine settings for version 14.01 are? When I go to "Machine Settings" there are no Layer Height / Shell Thk / Fill Density / Initial Layer Thk / Bottom Layer speed / etc... Are these settings buried in the "High vs Normal vs Low" print quality? If so, how can I change these values?

 

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The 'machine settings' are just the systematic things that differ from one type of printer to another, such as the type of gcode, bed size etc.

In order to access the full print configuration such as the wall thickness, speed, etc you need to stop using 'Quick Print' mode and go into full settings. Go to the 'Expert' menu, then pick 'Switch to Full Settings'.

 

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