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Posted (edited) · Printing in One Direction

Good day, it has been a long time since I was active or used my printer. I am dusting off my UM2 and have some new filaments to try out. I am using an older build version of Cura 15.02.1 which has worked very well for me over the years. My question is the a way to go about having the print done in the same direction? How to have the print head travel the same path from start to finish? I am not looking to spiralize the model as I need it to have structural rigidity (it is a storage box). Thanks for any help.

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