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Posted · Out of network printer list

Once a community member or company submits a printer definition to Ultimaker it needs to be reviewed and then may be included in the next version.  If someone has submitted a Pull Request for your printer (and it looks like that was done) then upon approval it could be included in the next release of Cura.

Definition files contains things like the machine size, whether it has a heated bed, the Gcode flavor, StartUp and Ending gcodes,...things like that.  If there is an AnyCubic definition for a printer model that is close to your Kobra Max you could use it as your base printer.  You would then go into Manage Printers and Machine Settings and change the Printer Name, the bed size (and maybe some other parameters) to match your Kobra Max model printer.

The as yet unapproved definition contains this:

 "machine_heated_bed": true
        "machine_width": 402
        "machine_height": 452
        "machine_depth": 402
        "machine_gcode_flavor": "RepRap (Marlin/Sprinter)"

G28 ;Home

G1 Z15.0 F1200 ;Move the platform down 15mm

G92 E0

G1 F200 E3

G92 E0

The machine Ending Gcode appears to be the same as for any AnyCubic printer.

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    Posted · Out of network printer list

    Wiele drukarek 3d nie ma stałego oprogramowania na dzie dzisiejszy. I wiele jest zamiennych programów które juz chodzą na wczesniejszych motelach Ja na ten przykład edytowałem swoją ANYCUBIC KOBRA na ustawieniach Vyper. Pozdrawiam miłego dnia 

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