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  1. Hey, I'm experiencing a strange bug. After I successfully finish one print I edit the settings and try to print again, this leads to the print head crashing into the bed. I'm using a delta printer. The only non standard thing I use is a post processing script to probe the bed before the nozzle heat up code but I don't see how it could cause these kinds of issues. AutoBedLevelingBeforeHeatUp.py An error on my side is always possible, I might just be to blind to see it.
  2. Thanks for the clarification. I'm still playing around a bit for the wall finish but I feel confident I'm on the right track now.
  3. At 35% I'll call it good enough Also disabling z lift for retraction improved the outside wall finish a lot.
  4. Thank you for your suggestions, it is slowly getting better. I'm printing with 4 solid top layer and 20% infill. I tried 6 solid layers and even 100% infill it didn't make a difference 1) Tension and print head slop look very solid. 2) If I don't enable acceleration shouldn't it use the settings from Marlin? Those work fine with other slicers. 3) I normally print at 195 (colorFabb PLA/PHA), tried it with 210 but no difference. 4) This made a difference at 30% but still not perfect, will try even higher values. 5) I'll try this next Thank god for per model settings I can try a few settings in one go
  5. Hi, I've been playing around with Cura 2.5 and 2.5.99 (from ubuntu ppa and Appimage) and can't seem to get rid of some gaps in models with smaller details on the top layer. I tried printing without retraction, more prime after retract, increasing flow, changing line width and overlap percentage but to a certain degree the problem always persists. I attached an image of the test model I'm using. I am printing on a delta printer similar to the kossel mini. I am grateful for any suggestions. Best regards, Kai
  6. OK writing a plugin it is. I actually did that before for 15.x not knowing that just using the M104 M109 commands in start gcode would remove it automatically but for 2.x that does not seem to be the case anymore. Is there some documentation on the new plugin API?
  7. My printer is a home build delta printer similar to the kossel mini in dimensions. I'm already using reprap(marlin/sprinter) but the temperature is still inserted before the start gcode.
  8. Hi, I'm just now switching from Cura 15.x to 2.5 can anyone tell me if it is possible to execute G29 before the automatically added heat up code (M104, M109) in 2.5? Best regards, Kai
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