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Quickprint Profiles in Cura - Welche Einstellungen haben Hight - Normal - Fast

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Hallo,

ich habe mal eine Frage zu den Quickprint Profiles in Cura.

Welche Einstellungen haben Hight - Normal - Fast?

Das wäre sehr interessant zu wissen, da ich noch nicht so lange mit meinem Ultimaker 2 arbeite und ich denke es wären für mich sehr gute Richtwerte an denen ich mich orientieren kann.

Kann mir mir jemand sagen wo man das sehen kann oder hat es schon einmal jemand herausgefunden? Ich finde da nichts.

Schon mal vielen Dank!

MFG Multan

 

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High = Hochauflösend die Beste Qualität mit der Dünnsten Layerschicht, Langsamer Druck.

Normal = MIttlere Qualität oder einfach das beste aus Geschwindigkeit und Qualität

Fast = Schnellster Druck für Objekte die keine Filigranen Abbildungen und Oberflächen benötigen

Soweit ich das weiß.

Müsste Irgendwo im Cura Manual Drin stehen welches man unter:

https://www.ultimaker.com/pages/support/manuals

erhält.

 

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