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  1. I took a few times down and it looks like, on their own from "cold," it usually takes a little over two minutes for the bed to heat up to 60C and a little under two minutes for one extruder to reach ~210C. So in my case I do think there's opportunity for at least one minute of savings if the heating could be parallelized safely to some extent. I see. Another idea that I've entertained is preheating the bed on startup to something commonly used like 60C (maybe combined with an automatic cool down after several minutes if a print hasn't begun.) However, I can't imagine the
  2. Ah, good point. I've little idea how much heating up either part draws... nor how much the printer can supply, for that matter. Anyone know or care to estimate what those wattages are for a stock BIBO2 Touch? (Per one source its power is 100W; not sure how reliable that data is.) Thanks.
  3. Hello there, Because heating up the bed takes a while, I'd like to accomplish the following: (Non-blocking) heat up bed to bed temp (Non-blocking) heat up T0...Tn to standby temp(s) (Blocking) Heat up bed to bed temp (Blocking) Heat up T0 to print temp ... I have a rough sense of how to manually change the start gcode to do it, but I wanted to check whether it's already possible some other way (e.g. via the UI) or otherwise what the optimal gcode sequence is—for instance, I'm not sure how M105 factors into things. I'm also
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