End Print G-Code
dmkmedia last edited by
whats the standard for finishing a print…. g-code wise
i want it to go to home but turn off all heaters, motors, and fans
There really is not a standard as it depends what you need then printer to do, you can put what you want in the end gcode.
I turn off my hotend, turn down the bed (so the print releases but it's quicker to heatup for the next print) and home the printer.
parovoZZ last edited by
My end script
[c]G1 X15 Y15;
G1 Z350; down
M104 S0 ; turn off extruder
M140 S0 ; turn off bed
M106 P1 S0;
M84 ; disable motors[/c]
Danal last edited by
Delta printer. My normal end, configured into Cura:
[[language]] M104 S0 ; Extruder temp 0, don't wait M140 S0 ; Bed temp 0, don't wait. G28 ; Home, to get the head out of the way; G92 E1 ; Relative G1 E-6 F300 ; Move back M84 E0 ; De-energize motors M106 P0 S0 ;Turn off Main Board cooling fan
My "cancel.g", run by the printer when a print is canceled (after a pause).
[[language]] ; stop.g ; called when a print is cancelled after a pause. G10 P0 S0 ; Turn off the effector heater M106 P2 S0 ; Turn off Fan 2\. It cools the drivers. We'll turn it on only while printing. DE 2018 01 28 G28 ; Home. DE 2018 02 01
Note: You probably do NOT want home (G28) in either one of these on a cartesian.