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UM2 Preheat option. and PRESET questions

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Posted · UM2 Preheat option. and PRESET questions

So used to my Ultimaker original., now "upgraded" to a UM2

It seems to preheat the bed and nozzle, you have to drill in to the maintenance screen and manual wind up the temp each time... is there no way of having a preset, like the UMO?

I have saved Custom material presets for PETG etc, can I rename these.

thanks

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Posted · UM2 Preheat option. and PRESET questions

Yes. No problem... but if you try this I'm pretty sure you don't want to go back :)

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Posted · UM2 Preheat option. and PRESET questions

Awsome, was really disappointed with this option missing, as the bed seems to take forever to heat up.

Stunning full use of the display :)

Don't get me wrong, the original screen menu was aimed at the average jo, which i'm not ;)

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Posted · UM2 Preheat option. and PRESET questions

I never understood why people wanted a preheat option, until I started printing ABS with the bed at 100 deg. This does take a while :)

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