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  1. Thanks for the reply and your help. I can confirm that disabling the Z-hop did stop the unwanted movement. I'll raise an issue on github.
  2. No problem. The Start G-code I currently have in the printer machine settings is M117 Initialising... G21 ;metric values G90 ;absolute positioning M82 ;set extruder to absolute mode M107 ;start with the fan off G28 X0 Y0 ;move X/Y to min endstops G28 Z0 ;move Z to min endstops G92 E0 ;zero the extruded length M117 Cleaning... ;Put cleaning message on screen ; - reposition nozzle G1 Y10 Z5 F10000 ;raise nozzle 5mm and move along Y by 10mm ; - continue cleaning G1 Z1 ;Move nozzle close to the bed G1 E10 ;extrude 10mm of filament G1 Z15 F15000 E5 ;Move up 15mm fast, while extruding 5mm
  3. Hi guys, Since Cura 4.4, some G-code is added somewhere that lowers the nozzle before going to the start point of the print job. Cura 4.3 and previous did not do this. Does anyone know where this code is added so that I can remove it. The issue is that on some jobs, lowering the nozzle before getting to the start point will hit my nozzle in to the crocodile clips that hold the glass bed in place. I guess this is an oversight as the coders think that everyone is using magnetic beds now? I know that it's not in the printer or extruder G-code in the machine set
  4. The image may be a bit small, so I've uploaded the full size one here.
  5. Hi, I have a Prusa I3 Mk1 and cannot for the life of me get the start of my prints good. What I've resorted to doing is having a skirt or brim so that when it gets to the actual print part the filament is ok. However, I now want to print the frames for the CoViD-19 masks, and they barely fit on my bed, meaning I can't use a skirt to start the job. So the first thing that I notice, is that when I load the filament, once finished it the nozzle continues to have filament come out for a minute or so. This may be the main root of my problem? I'm printing PLA at 200 deg C. The next th
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