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hallz

Cannot generating gcode that works

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Hi, I'm hoping someone can help me:

I am running the default replicatorg ultimaker version (0035) and can get a nice print when I use the pre-generated gcode for a 20mm box.

However if I try to generate my own gcode from the stl file it generates gcode that doesn't work (like it is for a different machine?) the bed doesn't set in the right position and it doesn't wait to heat up in the corner like it does with the pre-gen gcode.

I have it set to use skienforge35, I also get an unknown M code error for a M113. Is there a list of settings or something that I need to setup for the Ultimaker?

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