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Posted · CR10 Smart Pro

Cura 4.13.1 has a definition for the CR10S-Pro that looks like a match.  All the CR10's are very similar and the WIFI/Cloud capabilities shouldn't make a difference in Cura.  After installing it check your Machine Settings in Cura.  The build plate size looks to be 300 x 300 x 400 and the firmware should be Marlin.

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    Posted · CR10 Smart Pro

    No.  Your definition load order is:

    fdmprinter.def.json

    creality_base.def.json

    creality_cr10.def.json

    creality_cr10s.def.json

    Your StartUp Gcode is from the creality_base file and it does not contain either a G29 or M420.

    I don't have an ABL and I don't want to give wrong or confusing information.  The ABL commands are handled by the firmware and how the firmware is set up.  They are typically G29 and M420 (and M421 may be required as well).

    If you search the CR10 users group on Reddit you may come across your answer.

     

    Now, if you want to roll the dice...you could go to Manage Printers and then Machine Settings and in the StartUp Gcode box put "G29" right after the "G28" line.  That is often all that is required for the ABL to be activated.  You could try that and print a calibration cube.  You could abort when it was obvious it didn't work, or once the skirt starts if it did work.

    In addition to the ABL command you may want to think about adjusting the temperature in the StartUp so the nozzle doesn't drool while the ABL is doing it's thing.

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