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"Skeinforge 35 Ultimaker - Quality print"

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Hi everyone.

Just wondering if someone could help me out setup my first print. Ive gone through the "Newcomers guide to your first 3D print" up to step 4 and am up to the step where it tells me to select the "Skeinforge 35 Ultimaker - Quality print" profile. I do not have this profile on available to select?? is it located somewhere else or what?

Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!

Regards,

Josh

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Hi,

I also noticed that when starting... The PLA failsafe profile works fine. Updating the wiki on (in particular) the software part is necessary.

The temperatures in this profile are pretty high by standard. I print most of my semi-transparant materials on 210-220 degrees. The materials from the Ultimaker webshop mainly use higher temperatures.

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