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Hi

I recently got my Ultimaker and have made some decent prints using ReplicatorG and SLickr

I switched to NetFabb but after creating the toolpath and loading the Gcode in Replicator G i get a lot of:

You're moving too fast! G1 X103.2600 Y104.4100 Z18.0800 F9720.0000 E238412.0313 turns at least one axis faster than it's max speed.

and that is for everything i try, also the calibration gcode

i did set the M92 E14 in the start code. in the machine settings (general settings) also max XY and Max Z accell is defined (7.0 and 10.0 resp)

i do not know whether these are correct or what they should be. should i import some machine settings from somewhere first?

cheers

Bas

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The settings in repG are set at 150mm/s maximum feedrate. You can safely ignore it (by adjusting the ultimaker.xml file in the folder machines) but notice that at really high speeds, marlin will kick in.

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