Here are the Cura profiles that I use with my printers. I plan on providing profiles for different purposes and will update them when I make changes.
Print Quality Ovierviw
I have three base profiles that I use and swap between them to meet my printing needs. Here is a quick overview of each.
This is my go-to profile. Its geared towards larger prints with less detail or mockups. This profile has a layer height of .2mm.
This is the profile I use if I am printing an object with more detail and can benefit from increasing the resolution. It has a layer height of .16mm, which will increase the print time. I only use this profile for about 10% of the prints I do.
This profile is geared towards Minifigures and has a resolution of .1mm. I made a lot of little tweaks to help make the Minifigures turn out better, but they do take a while to print. This profile will use more filament and print at a lower temperature, so I only use this if I am printing a Minifigure, which isn’t too often.
Here is a video showing you how to print a temperature tower.
|Print Quality||Cura 4.7||Cura 4.8||Cura 4.9||Cura 4.10||Cura 4.11|
|Print Quality||Cura 4.5||Cura 4.6||Cura 4.7||Cura 4.8||Cura 4.9||Cura 4.10||Cura 4.11|
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