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loachridge
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Unable to use "print settings" when using .3mm preset

My presets are still there when I switch back to a stock printer setting.

I have been using a .3 nozzle for sometime now and have n0t been able to use my presets in the "print settings" since the update. Since I am in production phase, this is a critical for the size of parts that I am printing.

Posted : 19/03/2022 6:07 am
loachridge
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Topic starter answered:
RE: Unable to use "print settings" when using .3mm preset

I tried to rollback to 2.3.3 and the same thing happens. I can not use my presets for .3 nozzle. 

Maybe its time to go to cura

 

Posted : 19/03/2022 6:14 am
Neophyl
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RE: Unable to use "print settings" when using .3mm preset

Depending on who created the profiles they are limited in what they are compatible with.  There are 2 eways of limiting a specific profile.

Theres the 'old' original way, This is in Print Settings>Dependencies>compatible printers conditions.  There's also similar ones in filament.  With these you can limit what can use what.

There's also the new way, which uses vendor spaces and a hierarchical tree mechanism.  Those have a Detach button located in the same place with can take them out of the vendor space.  Once you have done that you need to save as a new preset, as you can't modify one of the system presets.

Both can be used in combination with each other.

The old way has always been there since the slic3r days, the vendor spaces appeared around 2.x but I cant remember off hand which 2.x version it was added in.

Posted : 19/03/2022 10:20 am
loachridge
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Topic starter answered:
RE: Unable to use "print settings" when using .3mm preset

I created the profiles. 

I have seen on a different forum that "chitubox" may be causing issues with Cura. I do have chitubox since I am working with other people that do my SLA prints. 

Any thoughts?

Posted : 20/03/2022 5:30 am
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