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Discussion in 'Software' started by Larry E Elliott, Jun 22, 2019.

  1. Larry E Elliott

    Larry E Elliott New Member

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    R2 Cura software link not working on Robo3D web site. Can someone supply a working link to a download location. Thanks
     
  2. albert3d

    albert3d Member

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    Here you go @Larry E Elliott. Now you can get the latest version of Cura as well and copy over the Robo profiles if you would like. I grabbed these installs when Robo was starting to wind down with the support of consumer printers. Figured we might lose download links someday.

    Install for Windows
    https://mega.nz/#!G7A1kYaL!ooCWNuMD0lknbBkj5Rzeh9iH82laYR2h7z30GPBnqMU

    Install for Mac
    https://mega.nz/#!PjZjCY6B!fbtt599v8MmJz60JvXfxTVV2MVWX6_WpzVmqgG5ikaY

    Profiles
    https://github.com/Robo3D/Slicing-Profiles
     
  3. tkoco

    tkoco Active Member

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    UPDATED 3 Aug2019:
    Be aware that the current version of Cura is version 4.2.0.
    When I attempted to use Cura 4.2 initially, I found that the Octoprint extension was disabled for the registered printers (from an earlier version of Cura). I investigated the situation as it did not make sense.
    I found that you have to add a new printer, update or install the Octoprint extension, and then reboot the Cura program. Afterward, the Octoprint extension now works with the pre-existing printer profiles. I deleted the extra printer profile as it was superfluous.
     
    #3 tkoco, Jul 31, 2019
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