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Read timed out, Packet timed out

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Using replicator G/skeinforge. I took a solidworks model loaded it into replicator g, checked the box use raft support, selected full support. use default start/end code is checked as well as use print o matic. After g code appeared to be completed i closed the skeinlayer, opened up the g code. Immediately after I hit build i get the errors Read timed out and directly below that another error packet timed out? The extruder then moves extremely slow. The last time I let it go for a while and started extruding about 4" above the platform. What may I be doing wrong?

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Dear mprice,

It could be possible that you have encountered a bug in ReplicatorG.

We came to the conclusion that v35 has several bugs and we switched back to v26.

ReplicatorG will (soon) be replaced by Cura, this will make the world a better place.

For the time being, i want to advice you to use Cura if you are a Windows-user and

to use Kisslicer and Pronterface if you are a Mac-user.

I wish you a lot of inspiration and innovation with your Ultimaker!

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