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Posted · Cura 15.04.2 temperature not showing

I am very new. I was wondering how to display the temperature in Cura Cura 15.04.2. Here is pic...

Sorry, for a basic question. dwwd.JPG.d764bd31dbc52c505ac1a156a37f0479.JPG

Thanks for your time:)

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Posted · Cura 15.04.2 temperature not showing

Assuming you have an Ultimaker 2 i doesn't need to show as it's set on the printer.

If you want it to show, i think you have to select rep rap (volumetric) in the gcode flavor. This is is set in the machine config (machine menu -> machine settings).

But as i said if you have an UM2 leave it in UltiGcode you won't need that setting.

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Posted · Cura 15.04.2 temperature not showing

I'm pretty sure you need to use RepRap(marlin/sprinter) to use the Ultimaker2 this way, in this case you also need to set start & end codes, search this forum there's plenty of info around..

To be honest I don't know what the "volumetric" does.... but RepRap(marlin/sprinter) works for sure.

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Posted · Cura 15.04.2 temperature not showing

Did i mess up by saying volumetric? I never remember which one to use as i stay in UltiGcode most of the time

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