I've seen it come up a lot where people are intimidated to setup new software such as cura. To alleviate this tension I made this guide to help everyone move away from MatterControl. After downloading and installing cura from: https://ultimaker.com/en/products/software 1) You'll be prompted to select a printer type. Choose Other (Reprap is essentially what we have) 2) The next step it will ask you to be more specific, select Custom: 3) The final step is to define the build volume Width: 228 Length: 254 Height: 228 Nozzle Side: 0.4 Heated bed [X] 4) With the printer volume defined it's now time to set some basic parameters, there are no profiles in cura so if you want to change settings you just gotta adjust the number. The only value that's required to change on this is from 2.85mm to 1.75mm (or whatever you measure the filament diameter to be) 5) The final required step is to adjust the start G-code to include the autoleveling script: G28 by itself will home X and Y then move to the center of the bed to home Z. This is preferred. Comment out with a semicolon ; Then a M565 and G29 are needed. Or delete the G28 code and copy and paste this: Code: G28 ;home all axis M565 Z-1.0 ;Define a 1.0mm offset, this may need adjusting G29 ;run autolevel routine That's all the basic stuff you need to do. These steps are optional: 6) I prefer to have 2-3 skirts before my print starts to make sure it's running smoothly before it hits the main print: Under Expert > Open Expert Settings 7) Then if you want movement controls you need to enable the Pronterface UI: Under File > Preferences 8) If you find yourself having trouble connecting you may need to disable auto, select the appropriate Com port for you printer and define the baud rate as 250000 Printer head size is used for the "Print one at a time" and is not necessary to setup unless you want to. That should be everything you need to do to setup Cura. Should take around 5 minutes to setup.