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NikkiD29

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For a non-Ultimaker printer you bring in a model (STL, OBJ, 3mf, etc.) set up the settings how you want and hit the big Slice button.  When it's done slicing that button will change to "Save to Disk".  When you save the file it will be your gcode file.  Copy that to the SD card and stick the SD in the printer and print it.

If it is an Ultimaker then someone else will need too reply to that.

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