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mkelly

How to request new default printer profiles?

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Hello,

I'm a Cura user but I run RoBo3D printers.

I've been helping users setup cura for the RoBo3D for a while now and was wondering if there is a way to request a default profile during setup

I generated a how to thread for setting up Cura with the Robo 3d printer here: http://forums.robo3dprinter.com/index.php?threads/how-to-cura-setup.4169/#post-36191

Currently there's 3 flavors of the Robo 3D, the above link is for the most common printer, the Robo3D R1 with Autoleveling.

The other 2 are:

Beta PLA and ABS: Same settings above but no G-code revisions (aka M565 and G29 additions)

Beta PLA: Same as PLA and ABS but Heated bed is not checked.

Can someone guide me in the direction to request this for the addition? I've been looking in the GitHub to no avail.

Thanks

Mike

 

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