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z-height adjustment

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Hi, on my thing-o-matic we set the z-axis by putting a card or paper under the nozle.. turn the ballscrew till the card is tight then hit ok. and this sets the z-axis start height.... now this is with rep_g but can we have something like this for Cura? be nice.

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I think you just need to remove the Z homing from the start code for this. Right the start code assumes the Z0 position is at the endstop. But nothing stops you from messing with the start code to remove this.

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