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How to set feedrates for different extruders.

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So right now I have an Ultimaker 2 with a Discov3ry Extruder and a regular heated extruder working at the same time. I was able to rewrite the original firmware using Arduino V1.0.6 to get both ports on the machine to work. I am using Repetier-Host V1.0.6 to run my Ultimaker 2. However I need to set the feedrates for the extruders at different speeds, because if i put the command "M92 E15000" into the G-code it will set that feedrate for both extruders, which is problematic for the heated extruder. Does anyone know how to set individual feedrates for each extruder?

*This was originally in the general topic category, sorry.

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