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LULZBOT MINI CURA PROFILES

Cura LulzBot Edition: The Recommended Software for your LulzBot

These Cura profiles are no longer being updated and are only compatible with Cura LE v21.08 and below. Users are encouraged to use the latest version of Cura LulzBot Edition as these pages will be used as a point of reference for archival purposes only.

Cura LulzBot Edition is a Free Software program that both prepares your files for printing (by converting your model into GCODE), and also allows you to control the operation of your LulzBot 3D printer. Beginner users are advised to use the Quickprint View in Cura. We will include any new profiles listed below with every new Cura LulzBot Edition version.

Advanced users can do more by scrolling down this page for LulzBot Mini print profiles, developed and tested by the LulzBot team to ensure the best performance out of your LulzBot 3D printer.

How to Download and Use Print Profiles

The default LulzBot Mini print profiles listed below can be imported into Cura LulzBot Edition for ready-to-print settings. To download and save the configuration file, right click and select Save As.

In order to use the print profiles below you will need to switch to the Full Settings view (Expert > Switch to full settings). After downloading, import the Cura print profile by selecting, in Cura, File > Open Profile. Navigate and select the pre-set Cura print profile file of choice.

LulzBot Mini Standard Extruder

LulzBot Hexagon Hot End 

0.50 mm nozzle diameter

Compatible with non-flexible filament with an extrusion temperature under 300°C

ABS by IC3D

ABS by IC3D 

Extruder: 240°C - 245°C

Bed: 95°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print  

High Detail  

ABS by Chroma Strand

ABS by Chroma Strand 

Extruder: 240°C

Bed: 95°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

ABS

ABS

Hot End: 240°C

Bed: 110°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed  

Standard Print  

High Detail 

PLA

PLA

Hot End: 205°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 45°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

PolyLite PLA

PolyLite PLA

Extruder: 205°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 60°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

HIPS

HIPS

Hot End: 240°C

Bed: 110°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

nGen

nGen

Hot End: 230°C

Bed: 85°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

INOVA-1800

INOVA-1800 

Hot End: 245°C

Bed: PVA, 65°C-75°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

n-vent

n-vent 

Hot End: 230°C-240°C

Bed: PVA, 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

t-glase

t-glase

Hot End: 240°C-255°C

Bed: PVA, 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Clarity 

High Strength 

 

bambooFill

bambooFill

Hot End: 190°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

Standard Print 

High Detail 

woodFill

woodFill

Hot End: 190°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Detail 

bioFila Silk

bioFila Silk

Extruder: 170°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

bioFila Linen

bioFila Linen

Extruder: 200°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

Laywoo-D3

Laywoo-D3

Hot End: 190°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

Standard Print 

 

Laybrick

Laybrick

Hot End: 190°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

Standard Print 

Coffee PLA

Coffee PLA

Hot End: 225°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 40°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

High Temp PLA

High Temp PLA

Hot End: 225°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 40°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

Conductive PLA

Conductive PLA 

Hot End: 215°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

Standard Print 

Magnetic Iron PLA

Magnetic Iron PLA

Hot End: 230°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

Stainless Steel PLA

Stainless Steel PLA

Hot End: 230°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

 

bronzeFill

bronzeFill

Hot End: 215°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

copperFill

copperFill

Hot End: 215°C

Bed: 60°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

PCTPE

PCTPE 

Hot End: 235°C

Bed: PVA, 100°C

Part Removal: 50°C

Standard Print 

Nylon 618

Nylon 618 

Hot End: 230°C

Bed: PVA, 110°C

Part Removal: 60°C

High Strength 

Nylon 645

Nylon 645

Hot End: 230°C

Bed: PVA, 110°C

Part Removal: 60°C

High Strength 

 

Bridge Nylon

Bridge Nylon 

Hot End: 230°C

Bed: PVA, 100°C

Part Removal: 60°C

Standard Print 

 

Alloy 910

Alloy 910

Hot End: 235°C

Bed: PVA, 100°C

Part Removal: 60°C

Standard Print 

Polycarbonate

Polycarbonate

Hot End: 290°C

Bed: PVA, 110°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

PC-ABS Alloy

PC-ABS Alloy

Hot End: 270°C

Bed: PVA, 110°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

PC-Max

PC-Max

Extruder: 240°C

Bed: PVA, 100°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

High Strength 

colorFabb_HT

colorFabb_HT

Hot End: 275°C

Bed: PVA, 100°C

Part Removal: 50°C

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

LulzBot Mini Flexystruder v2

LulzBot Hexagon Hot End 

0.60 mm nozzle diameter

Compatible with flexible filament with an extrusion temperature under 300°C

NinjaFlex

NinjaFlex

Hot End: 225°C

Bed: PVA, 40°C

Part Removal: Off

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

SemiFlex

SemiFlex

Hot End: 225°C

Bed: PVA, 40°C

Part Removal: Off

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

PolyFlex

PolyFlex

Hot End: 215°C - 220°C

Bed: PVA, Off

Part Removal: Off

High Speed 

Standard Print 

High Detail 

A special note on Carbon Fiber Filament:

From: colorFabb.com 

A special point of attention is the abrasive nature of the carbon fibers. In general these fibers will accelerate the nozzle-wear of brass nozzles, much faster than unfilled filaments. Therefore we recommend to use nozzle’s from Stainless steel or hardened copper alloys.

While it's tempting to try using filament containing carbon fiber, many users are reporting trouble extruding after using that material, even from different vendors. We've seen people that wear out the inside of their nozzle, not to mention having lingering extrusion issues after switching to more common filament types. One of the benefits of carbon fiber containing materials are it's strength, similarly to good quality plywood. The interlocking long carbon fiber strands give the material a super-strong core. All the filaments we've seen so far however, don't have that same kind of long carbon fiber strands, so your prints are similar to Oriented Strand Board (cheaper plywood with smaller fiber length), which isn't as strong or as durable. That somewhat defeats the purpose of using carbon fiber materials. We find that for applications needing high-strength printed parts Nylon is a great material. While a bit slower to print, the parts are much, much stronger.

Advanced Tips

Speed: In general, the slower at which you print, the finer your surface finishes will appear.

Support: Support material can be printed with the same extruder and filament. It can be easily removed and set to be automatically generated or turned off completely. Generally, you can print without support material provided that any overhanging sections are less than 45 degrees.

Layer Height: The layer height determines how visible each layer is in the resulting model. The larger the layer height, the faster the print. Larger layer heights are more forgiving, while finer layer heights will take longer and need to have the various hardware and software settings balanced. However, finer layer heights will provide a smoother surface.

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