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Changing filament diameter settings, UM2

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Hello Everyone

Had my Ultimaker 2 for a week now and I'm loving it. So much advice on this forum.

I'm testing a few filaments on my machine at the moment and keep coming across information about how important filament diameter is.

What I can't seem to find is how I adjust this setting on the printer. The only workaround I can find is to create a custom profile for the material instead of editing the existing settings for PLA & ABS.

Am I missing a trick

Thanks in Advance

FlowCreation

 

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You can change the diameter in the PLA setting on the UM2 and Save the profile or am i wrong?

Note that filaments that are 3mm and tend to be more than 3mm could cause more friction in the bowden and lead to underextrusion

 

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Can't seem to find any setting to amend PLA or ABS settings. It only allows me to change between PLA & ABS.

 

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