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  1. from ..Script import Script import re class share_Wipe(Script): version = "3.2" def __init__(self): super().__init__() def getSettingDataString(self): return """{ "name":"share Wipe """ + self.version + """", "key":"share_Wipe", "metadata": {}, "version": 2, "settings": { "machine_type": { "label": "Machine Type", "description": "Select which machine type you are using. CRITICAL!", "type": "enum",
  2. That sounds like a cold plug, one of the situations where I might actually recommend the high temp warmup hold. The difference is I'd go to the material print temp, wait 3 minutes, then physically hold back the heatsink cooling fan for the hot end for 1-2 minutes before pulling. This causes filament to soften above the heatbreak [because the heatsink isn't cooled anymore and warms up], and can loosen a cold plug. It's a risky move but would probably be next step. Alternatively if you've managed to get support through other channels and methods, there's no guarantee my suspicion is correct so
  3. Hi gilbert, I agree cura doesn't really place objects very well (coming from slic3r background.) I don't know exactly the functionality you saw before, i can't remember if cura would just intelligently place objects after a row fills up into a new row. It seems if it did this after each duplication to check if it needed to change rows, it might be confused when you're making 9 duplicates in a row (that is the implementation of "multiply objects" could be barebones.) But two suggestions for your immediate problem: (1) Try multiplying 5 units, then 5 units again. My point here is ask for the
  4. So OK I would like to distill this to two questions: (1) In JSONs, can I access the material temperature settings? It seems like I cannot, I can only access a global default print_material_settings (1B) If I can access material temperature settings in the machine instance, can I also access it in the extruder specific json? (1C) If I add a temperature command to my extruder start gcode, does cura see that and turn off its M109 print temperature command? I understand it might not be enabled for the extruders but I can't figure out how to confirm, it seems my tests so far suggest it is not fu
  5. You should not need to get it hot over 15 minutes and you are likely to just degrade any plastic further. The typical procedure (please correct me anyone if I'm wrong) is more like what Labern said, to heat it up so you can fuse the filament with filament in the hot end, then pull when it's somewhere between cold and hot, such that you can pull out viscous material attached to the filament you just fused into the melt chamber. This is repeated a few times. Sometimes I find it useful to insert a 0.35mm steel cable into the nozzle end to break things up, feeling it 1mm in at a time, but I have
  6. For the record I am absolutely aware there is no way to "merge" the two programs. I hope i didn't distress anyone by throwing around words like that with more specific meaning than I intended . [Distressed insofar as someone feels distressed when they hear someone talking about things so far off-base] I absolutely only meant it in the sense of a dream world concept in which all the things I like about slic3r existed in cura, and cura handled the random nifty super-tweakable settings of slic3r. I also meant it in the sense that I conceptually admire slic3r (it was my first quality slicing e
  7. I am glad to have encouraged some movement on this post, but I admit I'm out of my comfort zone for debugging this. It does look like you found a genuine issue with 2.4 install on linux, but I don't know exactly what you've found. For the record i run in windows and expect the scripts in program files>cura>plugins>postprocessingplugins>scripts, which is totally different. Hopefully someone with more knowledge (looks like already one other person has responded) will have a better sense of whether or not this should be pushed to a github issue. Although what you've found so far
  8. edited this post because I think I'm shooting too far from hip, I will try to look into pause@height but also suggest trying a couple other gcodes/files, and also a different height (not 5.0 try 5.02 or something randomly different.) just trying to troubleshoot.
  9. Hi Martin, I checked over the pause@height and I couldn't find any major issues why it would fail for your parameters and gcode. It should be starting to look at your lines after LAYER:0, and the it should find the first Z that is above the z target, so it finds Z5.07 around layer 49, and it should then insert the pause script (m83 + anything you modify the plugin with, but I think you indicate you haven't odified it.) Have you tried any of the other default scripts? Maybe the tweak@Z or something? One suggestion: can you try pausing it at a height other than 5.0mm? maybe it's an odd bug
  10. Hey sorry about it I see you're having a lot of trouble. I run a shared UM3 a little and a prusa along with my repraps. Sometimes every printer goes through the worst shit. I didn't really read the whole thread and notice you agreed brim might make sense in some cases. Hope the rest of your problems resolve. FYI in future I think heating the t-glase above 200C should be plenty to remove it from a clog. I would probably heat the end up and manually pull back, but it sounds like you've tried a few similar things like that and your issue might be more complicated than I can diagnose f
  11. I've heard but not seen that stratasys software can do something like this (their high end suite.) I don't see a lot of value over "infill thickness" (e.g, .1mm perimeters with .3mm infill.) But it is something neat enough that it would be cool if cura matched. Sometimes I wish slic3r and cura were one software package, they both have a ton of strengths and end up doing a lot of redundant work. besides the general reasons for why they are not one project, I also have no conception of why they probably physically can't be merged [presumably they have different architectures and code bases.]
  12. I suggest uploading your gcode as well, your copy of pause at height, and also let know (and confirm) what you put the pause layer height at. I suspect it's just that you are attempting to pause above a layer that the gcode gets to, as a typo or something.
  13. You seem bizarrely indignant that cura defaults to brim. Meanwhile I'll present why I think this is correct: If the part warps off the bed, the user blames the printer. Even if only 1/20 prints *need* a brim, I think keeping it simple for basic users is what cura default settings should do, so then the brim should stay on.
  14. The behavior I'm trying to do is fairly basic: Standard cura warmup for dual extrusion heats both heaters up simultaneously with a M104 command. I want to heat up one heater, then the next, ideally adding to my machine_start_gcode json something like this: M109 T1 S{material_print_temperature_1} M109 T0 S{material_print_temperature_0} My first adventure was learning by trial and error that I can't modify the machine_start_gcode in the "extruder" json because it doesn't parse for things like S{material_print_temperature}. I am not entirely sure what settings it does parse for and which it
  15. Update: So this totally went wayside during the holiday madness . I am glad to have finally sat down on it. Dahai8 you uncovered the secret. I've include below the example code you gave extended to a more complicated number of parameters. I still have had a bear with opening cura to test edits to the script, but mostly it's just me not being a cautious practiced programmer and missing punctuation. I probably rely too much on (for example) the compiler in arduino to point out such issues. I don't get so lucky with the gcode modifier script because I never see how it fails in cura (just that it
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