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Cura and Chroma Setup

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    Neil Watts

    hey Jonny.  Do you guys ever sleep? :)  Thanks again for great support.

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    Jonny Yeu

    Thanks for the kind words, Neil!

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    John Wohlfeil

    When setting the nozzle size for each of the 4 extruders - do I paste in the start and end GCode for each?

     

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    Jonny Yeu

    Hey John, that's exactly right, you would copy and paste the start and end GCode for each extruder.

     

    Edit: My apologies, as this is incorrect, you would only have the start and end GCode in the printer tab. Please leave the start and end GCode empty for all extruders

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    John Wohlfeil

    I have my Robo R2 set up with 4 extruders as outlined above. What if I am printing a 2-Color, or 3-Color piece? Do I need to set up another printer that has only 2, or 3 extruders? Or, do I print using the 4 extruder printer and only load and use the proper number of colors for my project?

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    Jonny Yeu

    You would just print using the 4 extruder printer profile and only load and assign the necessary STLs into Cura.

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    Silvio Bertonati

    Hello there. I just read the article and it was helpful! 

    I'm just starting to experiment whit the palette and chroma software and i have a few questions.

    I'm using a flash forge finder and cura 17. I slice my model following the instructions in the article and everything is fine until I upload the model to chroma which doesn't seem to be able to determine the "transition information" and throws an error before stopping. I don’t know what to do about it.

    P.D: since cure doesn’t have a preloaded finder profile I had to make mi own as a custom FMD printer.

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    Jonny Yeu

    Hey Silvio, thanks for the kind words! Could you please send your GCode and Cura Profile (.ini) to review to jonny@mosaicmanufacturing.com

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