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martinjan-gaasbeek

quickprint settings

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I don't know but you can figure it out in seconds:

1) load a tiny STL file.

2) select "fast low quality print"

3) Save the gcode (or save the settings profile)

4) Switch non quickprint mode

You would think at this point it would show the previous settings but it doesn't.

5) in file menu, load the profile you saved or do "load profile from gcode".

now all the settings visible are from the quickprint fast low quality mode

Another setting you should change for most (all?) prints is to enable retraction.

 

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