Anycubic Kobra 2 Cura Profile: Download File and Setting Guide

Where can I get Cura Profiles for Kobra 2? For some users who are accustomed to using Cura as slicing software, it is very necessary to have a profile suitable for the 3D printer they own. Finding and importing it will be a key step to perform printing. The available official cura profiles will make it easier for users of Anycubic Kobra 2. This guide will provide Kobra 2 cura profiles, provide step-by-step instructions on how to add Kobra 2 to cura, and import the profile.

Download Cura Profiles For Kobra 2

Anycubic Kobra 2 is a fast FDM 3D printer known for its fast printing capabilities, good performance and affordable price. Along with Prusaslicer, Cura is also the slicing software of choice for many users. They can convert 3D models into printable layers and generate the necessary G-code instructions for the printer. The correct profile will ensure optimal performance and print quality from Kobra 2. It is also important to re-import and use the correct profile when changing to a different type of filament. Visit the link above to find Kobra 2 Cura Profiles, including recommended printing parameters for four commonly used filament types: PLA, TPU, ABS, and PETG.

How to Add the New Kobra 2 to Cura

There is a step-by-step guide on how to add Anycubic Kobra 2 to Cura. It is suitable for modifying the name and printer setting with Cura to add the CUSTOM FFF PRINTRT model, and import the corresponding configuration parameter file.


Step 1: Select the current printer model in the top left corner of the Cura main interface. Click on "Add Printer". In the pop-up window for adding a printer, select "Add a non-networked printer".

Step 2: In the drop-down selection, find "Custom" and expand the option, which will automatically select the first option in the drop-down list. After selecting "Custom FFF printer", change the printer name to "Anycubic Kobra 2" on the right side, then click "Add".

Step 3: Once added, start setting up the printer parameters. Change the X (width) value to "222mm", the Y (depth) value to "222mm", the Z (height) value to "250mm", And check the "Heated Bed" option. Then switch to "Extruder 1" in the printer interface. Finally, in the same interface, change the Compatible material diameter value to "1.75mm" and click "Next". You have successfully added Anycubic Kobra 2 to Cura and completed the basic setup.


How to Import Cura Profile For Kobra 2

  • Kobra 2 Cura Profile: Download
  • Select the current printer model in the top left corner of the Cura main interface.
  • Click on "Manage Printers".
  • In the Preferences settings, select "Settings" and then check "Check all" under the Visibility section.
  • In the preferences settings, select "Profiles" and click the "Import" button in the top right corner.


In the file browsing window that appears, navigate to the directory path where the configuration profiles were downloaded earlier, and select the profile for the desired printing material. After successful import, there will be a pop-up notification, click "OK".

In the Profiles interface, scroll through the list of custom profile and find the recently imported profile. Click on the menu in the top right corner, and select "Activate" from the drop-down options. Alternatively, in the top right corner of the Cura main interface, select "Print Settings" and then choose the profile name for the desired printing material from the configuration file drop-down menu to use that Profiles.


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