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Mac OS X Cura 5.1 printing to Ender 3 S1 Pro


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Posted · Mac OS X Cura 5.1 printing to Ender 3 S1 Pro

Having trouble finding the Ender-3 S1 Pro printer on my Mac OS X Cura 5.1. It doesn't show up as an option. Is there a way to add that print driver to the Mac Cura 5.1 manually?

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    Posted · Mac OS X Cura 5.1 printing to Ender 3 S1 Pro

    Yes you can, but it's a pain and there are a lot of different files that need to get copied over.

    You are probably better off using the Ender 3 Pro definition and then making changes to whatever Cura settings are different for the S1.

    Looking at the S1 definition in 5.3.1 - the only difference I see is that the S1 is 270mm tall while the regular 3Pro is 250.

    You can install a regular 3 Pro and then go to "Settings/Printers/Manage Printers" and then "Machine Settings" and change the "Z(height)" setting to 270.

    You can rename any printer to whatever you like.

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