Simulated Print Time in G-Code Files
R3play last edited by
I don't know if this has been suggested before (Atleast I couldn't find anything).
But I would really like it if the simulated print time would be added in the G-Code files.
That way you only would have to do the simulation once (if you don't delete the file) and just see it at a glance.
What do you guys think?
wilriker last edited by wilriker
@r3play This has been requested before and is implemented in DWC2 (currently beta/RC status).
P.S.: This also lists the slicer's calculated print time (if recognized).
R3play last edited by R3play
Then sorry for my double request
wilriker last edited by
@r3play And here's a quick screenshot how that looks:
The simulated time is shown by recent versions of PanelDue firmware too.
garyd9 last edited by
In the case of a gcode file that has NOT been simulated, could the firmware append the actual print time instead (once the file is done printing, of course.) There are many files I've printed (but not simulated.)
stevenwm last edited by
Any chance of supporting the M73 command that Slic3r PE can insert into the GCode file? At 1 minute intervals in the GCode it inserts something like "M73 P25 R35" P being the percentage done, and R being the minutes remaining.
If it is enabled, the very first command in the GCode is a M73 with the full remaining time of the file.
Phaedrux last edited by
@stevenwm Aren't those values only valid when you're using a Prusa printer and their firmware, since Slicer uses the marlin motion planner for it's time estimate and it knows the acceleration and jerk values?