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I'm using at the moment Cura 5.02.1 with quickprint (I also tried expert mode full settings). Honestly I like quickprint really. Because it is giving me a feel like using normal printer, it does what I need. But I have a question about Cura quickprint: when I activate Print support structure it will put "Lines" or "Grid" support structure and it calculate support "Touching buildplate" or "Everywhere"?

I want say again "using Cura with quickprint mode gives me a feeling like using normal printer. My wish is can please developer put more effort for better quickprint mode (actually is at the moment working nice except "Fast print" option there I get not really closed top structure and "Normal print" is little stringing what I can easily remove). I love WYSIWYG Cura and Ultimaker Original Plus.



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Thank you for your Feedback.

I would like to use Ultimaker 3d with Cura like the normal desktop printer (like HP, Cannon or Epson etc.). My prints are really good, so good I diidn't saw photos like I printed any where. Cura with quickprint settings gived me a possibility to make my assemblying Ultimaker Original Plus more better. I used before another 3d Printer it took me to much time over Repetier-Host with Cura Engine, always trying something different in Settings and log printings was crazy.

My short opinion better and proofed Cura Quickprint results will help to people make and test their assembly easier (for Ultimaker).




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