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  1. Just to clarify myself; the showed code without G92, was before I re-installed Cura. I will test it again and show the results.
  2. Nope, it's all standard. What I've just done, was do a clean install of Cura 4. Now I can see the G92 codes that are needed, are indeed there. I also noticed that saving a file after slicing is done in seconds, where before it was minutes. So I guess that somewhere in the upgrade from 3.6.0 to 4.0.0, something went wrong. And despite having this in my start G-code: G1 Z15.0 F{travel_speed} ;move the platform down 15mm G92 E0 ;zero the extruded length G1 F200 E3 ;extrude 3mm of feed stock G92 E0 ;zero the extruded length again G1 F{travel_speed} M117 Printing... The generated code was this: G1 X0 Y0 Z15 ;zero the extruded length G1 F200 E3 ;zero the extruded length again G1 E0 M117 Printing... And I didn't notice that G92 was missing. I would say your answer pointed right to the problem, and re-installing solved it. Thanks a lot!
  3. I found out another thing, when I examined the gcode again. I know for that the last time the extruder reversed, the Z position was at 28. At that height, I saw that I have a blank line in my code, and nowhere else (except for the header). In the same block, the extruder value drops from 4158 to 0.04. Is this an error, or not? Here is the piece of code: ;LAYER:278 ;MESH:MotorConnector5.stl G0 X117.716 Y134.017 Z28 ;TYPE:WALL-INNER G1 F2400 X117.535 Y133.977 E4155.08934 G1 X115.269 Y133.493 E4155.11703 G1 X115.269 Y75.746 E4155.83718 G1 X117.816 Y75.746 E4155.86645 G1 X117.716 Y133.831 E4156.59087 G1 X117.716 Y133.832 E4156.59088 G1 X117.816 Y134.021 E4156.59229 G0 F7200 X117.916 Y134.206 G1 F2400 X117.916 Y134.207 E4156.59231 G1 X118.038 Y134.294 E4156.59461 G1 X117.857 Y134.254 E4156.59603 G1 X115.069 Y133.734 E4156.63139 G1 X114.969 Y75.545 E4157.35828 G1 X118.016 Y75.445 E4157.39503 G1 X117.916 Y134.206 E4158.12787 G0 F7200 X118.106 Y134.566 ;TYPE:WALL-OUTER G1 F1200 X114.819 Y133.934 E0.04174 G1 X114.719 Y75.294 E0.77424 G1 X118.266 Y75.194 E0.81724 G1 X118.166 Y134.518 E1.55708 G1 X118.166 Y134.519 E1.55709 G1 X118.288 Y134.607 E1.55941 G1 X118.106 Y134.566 E1.56083 G0 F7200 X117.911 Y134.523 G0 X117.962 Y134.3 G0 X117.777 Y134.032
  4. Thanks for your reply. I will have a look at the SD card slot. And by pointing me in this direction, I realised that I now use a SD slot extension cable, which also may cause corrupt the data coming from the card.
  5. Hi all, I’ve got a Anet A6 running the latest Marlin firmware, and I am using Cura 4.0.0. The last print jobs I had, after being at 80% or so from the print job, all the axes stop moving. The extruder is then retracting the filament for minutes. Then suddenly, the printing resumes. Which of course is not working, since the filament is out of the (bowden) extruder. I have taken a look at the G-code,although not too sure what I have to look for. Any ideas what to look for in the code? Or other ideas for solving this? Regards, Dick
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