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The Ulticontroller doesn't have its own firmware; it's part of Marlin.

It should be less annoying with the present firmware (default firmware on e.g. Cura 14.06). Otherwise you can use marlinbuilder.robotfuzz.com or even compile your own version which will allow for any (or no) sound you like.

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thank you for your answer dimensioneer!

ahhh, a new cura version is available - nice!

i downloaded it and updated via cura - but it's still the same sound.

The Ulticontroller says "Ultimaker:13.12 (16 Dec 2013)" - looks like the firmware update wasn't successful?!


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Uhm... you're right. The firmware included in Cura 14.06 is still the same as four months ago. As Daid updated the Ultimaker branch of the firmware I was assuming he would also include it in Cura 14.06. I was partially wrong. He updated just the version with the heated bed kit.

You might try https://github.com/daid/Cura/raw/SteamEngine/resources/firmware/MarlinUltimaker-250000.hex. Seems to be 4 months old but may include the change of the Ulticontroller sound.


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