first you need to go to youimagine , go to search and search Ultimaker robot and you should click on these one
then you need to click download and open it with a yellow box and it should open a yellow robot
Basic settings: Quality
The height of each layer. For print quality and printing time this is the most important setting. Usual settings: 0.2mm->low quality print, 0.1mm-> medium quality print and 0.06mm-> high cuality print.
The thickness of the side shells is the thickness of the side walls. Increasing it improves thestrength of the part.
Pulling the filament back when moving over. Reduces the amount of thin lines between printed parts. The thin lines are called strings.
Basic settings: Fill
Is the outer shell thickness on the top and bottom. Increasing this will make a stronger part, and depending on your model, it will make for better solid tops.
The bottom/top thickness:
Is the thickness of the top and the bottom of your object.
This will make your figures stronger.
Speed of the 3D printer to print (if the speed is low it will take more time to do a figure than if the speed is higher).
Temperature of the filament when are making the object.
Temperature of the platform where the object is made.
Supports are structures printed below the printed object that parts that otherwise it will be impossible to print it. There are two types: structures that need to touch the platform and other that they can touch the top of your model.
Platform adhesive type:
This help to prevent object from lifting due the warping. There are two types: Brim, adds to the object a flat area around, which is easy to cut afterwards; Raft, adds a thick raster below the object and a thin interface between this and your object.
Diameter of your filament
Size of your nozzle
and then you have finish the settings of cura