Cancel printing



  • Hello,

    Why can not I cancel a print immediately, e.g. with M0 (stop.g file).

    I do not want to go in the break before, he should stop immediately!

    Is there a solution for implementing this?

    Thanks


  • administrators

    Use Pause and then Cancel if stopping is not urgent, or Emergency Stop if it is.



  • Thank you for your answer

    That's not the answer I was hoping for because:

    • Emergency stop:
      Is like pulling power plug, no lowering of the table, no retract. This must then be catch up by hand

    • Pause:
      There is an X, Y movement, so that my detached part had become wedged. When it was stopped, heaters will stay on and the table will stay where it is

    There still has to be a middle ground! e.g. that an abort frequency is executed immediately.

    I'm sorry, I can not understand.

    It's much better with the Duet3D board, but stuff I've seen as the default for my Ultimaker firmware is missing.



  • Yes, I know what you mean. I hit pause, cancel, then control machine, move Z+100. It's a bit of a faff.

    But can't you write your own macro you can call with M98? It would be nice to be able to map a new button to a macro with the DWC…


  • administrators

    When you press pause, macro file pause.g is executed. You can configure what it does in that file. If you raise the print head before doing the XY movement, it should remain clear of your print.



  • Hello,

    @dc42:

    When you press pause, macro file pause.g is executed. You can configure what it does in that file. If you raise the print head before doing the XY movement, it should remain clear of your print.

    I optimized the file for the pause, in this case, Z5 is enough.

    OK, I have cancel.g (executed when canceling via pause function) found, that is at least a small remedy. (Maybe something for you? @biscuitlad)

    But I do not understand that, this detour over the pause function.
    It is not necessary to press emergency stop in case of a dangerous situation, if it would be sufficient to run an abort frequency (for example only G28 Z + retract without X, Y axis movement) in order to avoid a bigger collision.

    Was this changed recently, because I had read something similar in "upgrade notes"?

    Sending M0 or M1 from a source other than the SD card no longer stops an SD card print that is not paused

    😞


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