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UM2 Einstellungen und Cura, was mache ich falsch?

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Hi ich bin seit ein paar Tagen glücklicher Besitzer der Ultimaker2 :-)

Habe schon Eigenbau Drucker laufen also schon einiges an Erfahrung.

So zu meinem Problem, Ich möchte 3mm ABS drucken und habe schon gesehen das man das unter C... einstellen kann.

Ich habe in Cura unter Maschine settings den Ultimaker2 ausgewählt und auf Reprap gestellt damit ich auch Durchmesser und Flow einstellen kann.

Wenn ich das dann in der Karte auswähle, bekommen ich die Meldung das er die Maschinen Settings durch den Slicer überschrieben werden.

Und dann wenn der druck anfängt kommt viel zu viel Material das ich Manuel auf 17% runter regeln muss .

Was mache ich falsch?


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