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Updating firmware with ulticontoller

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I have an ulticontroller and would like to use cura 12.07, I see that there is an option for custom firmware that can be uploaded separately. Since using cura 4.0 and upgrading to marlin through the setup manager I am unable to connect my ultimaker to replicator G, which would allow me to manually update the firmware. Is there another way to manually install the custom firmware to take advantage of the ulticontroller or a way to allow the printer to connect with replicator G? I've tried in versions 35 and 37 of repG so far.

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Yes. And it is quite simple.

Select "upload custom firmware" from Cura 12.07, then goto the Cura installation location (default C:\program files\Cura 12.07\) there goto the "firmware" folder, and select "ultimaker_115200.hex". This will install a 115200 baud firmware which should work with the Ulticontroller and RepG34 or higher.

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