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Hello, I'm new to the 3D printing world and I currently have an Ender 3 Neo. I was going to print PLA+ but I wasn't sure if there was something I should change before I slice the object such as changing the used filament in the software. Or should I just still print as PLA and change temperatures manually on the actual 3D printer? If I were to change it to PLA+, what would be the correct one to use? image.thumb.png.67ce9e8251bbac609aaba569d952b334.pngimage.png.ba5e9b83fe2e98ba3a1c41ef6b9d5877.png

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    If you enable the Cura "Custom" settings you can change the temperatures in Cura and you won't have to bother with the LCD control.  The temperatures are in the Material section.

    As for which PLA+ to use, just pick one.  You will most likely have to tweak some settings anyway.

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