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Posted · Saving G-code to PC disk?

Hi,

Cura newbie question.

Is it possible to save G-code generated in Cura to PC disk or

only to SD card?

Regards

stab :?:

 

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Posted · Saving G-code to PC disk?

By not inserting an SD card, or (I believe) right mouse click the save button you can save it on your computer.

Good luck!

 

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Posted · Saving G-code to PC disk?

Don't have any SD-slot and right click only gives options like:

 

Center on platform

Delete object

Multiply object

Split objects into parts

Delete all objects

Reload all objects

Reset all objects positions

Reset all objects transformations

So my question is still: How do I save G-code to PC disk?

Regards

stab :wacko:

 

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Posted · Saving G-code to PC disk?

Right click on the save icon will give you multiple options, which is usefull if you have multiple devices that cura might be able to stream/save/write to (eg; USB printing and SD card)

 

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