Single wall prints usually need to be printed very slowly to prevent the nozzle from dragging the plastic, especially around curves. How fast are you printing? Does 3D labs give any print recommendations?
@kostasbmw said in cura start gcode help:
ok i did that and the heater started heating nicely
but i need about 1 minute before starts printing(thats how much time i need to get noozle to 200)
is there a way to hold somehow the printing after bed heating + levelling so i have my noozle ready to desire temp???
Change the M109 command to use the first layer temperature, and remove the M104 command that is 2 lines later.
Currently its all printed (ABS/PETG)
waiting for a steel locations pins
and after finish all the beta - will cnc both plates
After that - duet per tool config offset
Currently its kind of loosy, BUT, because of that and the magnets - it fit exact the same position every time %-)
@dc42 : Ya, that was 50%, failed instantly, 60, 70... 100. Then I've realized that the problem is the same as I've had on X and Y: too much acceleration seen as stall. Didn't bother to put that back to a lower current because it works, but I've left the line there for others to tweak to their needs. On "M400", noted and added. Thanks!
@timcurtis67: I usually handle temperatures manually. Hotend is in slic3r, bed manually. This macro is done for when your hotend is already at temperature. The M302 P0 there for slow extrusion without stall detection is just as a precaution if you forgot to heat the extruder.
Maybe that part should also be under S1, I don't know. Put that on my printer today, based on a previous thread handled by @dc42.
@wilriker said in CoreXYUV with dynamic load\force balancing.:
@deckingman said in CoreXYUV with dynamic load\force balancing.:
Is that white Transit van parked down the road not what it seems?
Depends on what it seems to be. If it seems to be a surveillance van than everything is right.
Dunno. It's got blacked out windows and is bristling with aerials. There is a satellite dish on top too. I guess the occupants are just watching TV. That would explain the blacked out windows. Oh good, I can relax.......
We ought to end this here. Much as I like the fun, this isn't really the place...
So are you saying that you want to turn all the fans off when you pause, not just the print cooling fan (which is turned on automatically when you resume the print)? If so then the simplest option is to configure the other fans for thermostatic control, then they will only be on when needed.
You could also turn the printer off completely after pausing it (wait for the hot end to cool down before you turn the hot end fan off) and then use the resurrection facility, if you configure it first. In the last several firmware versions, the resurrect.g file is created automatically whenever you pause the print. See https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/Setting_up_to_resume_a_print_after_a_power_failure.
@bellwether said in Simplify3d firmware configuration file:
What about controlling part cooling fans?
By default, Simplify3D will use M106, which Duet accepts. So everything under the "cooling" tab "just works"
Do you need it to do something else?
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