omg thank you, i was looking all over for solutions but like i said i just got this printer so im a total noob (i do know how to make 3D models but getting things set up and im just confused.. also heck yes to the diesel powered printer... MOARRR POWERRR
"I'm just confused"
Welcome to the club.
A fellow named CHEP has a set of videos on YouTube he calls "Filament Fridays". He's kind of Creality centric but 3D printing on any machine is similar enough that the basics are all the same.
Cura 15 was regarded as a good version (some versions have been better than others). Cura has progressed to version 5.1 and at some point you will want to upgrade. What you are getting used to in 15 will transfer directly to 4.13.1 but the 5.x versions are slightly different and some folks have had trouble making the change.
Thingiverse has a lot of models. Most folks start out by blinging their printers. A lot of those things are solutions to problems that don't exist BUT you're printing and learning.
Here is my contribution to solutions for nothing. Just what the world needed...a diesel powered printer.
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