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    1.0 mm Nozzle settings Cura

    Hello, I was looking to use a bigger nozzle to help speed up my prints. I am using the normal MK8 tip that comes with the CR-10 but 1.0 mm hole size. I am not sure what settings in Cura I need to change or use. Can someone help?

    (I ordered the volcano hotend yesterday... but want to use the MK8 1.0 mm nozzle)

    Thank you!

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    1.0 is close to the risky side as the build up pressure and the slow speed in order to get the correct deposition is for experts actually.... have u printed bigger than standard 0.4-0.6 before?

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    Yes I have printed 0.4-0.6

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    Makersmuse suggested a 0.3mm layer height for a 1mm nozzle and adjust for the new wall thicknesses in your slicer.
    If you don't know what those new numbers should be, you're in for some testing and dialing
    I'm going to suggest you use the 1mm trace width as a starting point. So the wall offset is 0.5mm and wall to wall will be 1mm.

 

 

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