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Does Cura 14.07 work for a Mendel90?

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After visting the 3Dprintshow in London last Saturday, the 3dprinting Virus hit me again.

While saving some Money for a new Ultimaker I manged to get a Mendel90 for the time beeing.

After setting up the machine I am now at the point to start printing. I was told that that only older Cura versions would work for slicing models for the Mendel90. I can´t belive that this is correct.

Can somebody please tell me if Cura 14.07 is capable of slicing for the Mendel90?

If yes, a little help with the Start- and End-Gcode would be appriciated.

Markus

 

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As far as I know this works fine (with any Cura version), if you use Sprinter or Marlin firmware. I don't know the perfect start/end code, but I wouldn't even be surprised if the default works.

Note that there are lots of Mendel90 users on IRC at #reprap on freenode. So they might be better at assisting you then we are.

 

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