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Posted (edited) · Temperature dropping

Hello all! I've been having some trouble getting my UM2e to print ABS. I've tried many things to get this to stick to the glass, but every time I print, Cura insists on dropping the nozzle temp to 207C despite the machine being set to 230C. As soon as I hit print, I have to wait for it to cool down. How can I stop this from happening?

[Edit: Forgot to mention, I'm printing via USB with RepRap(marlin) setting]

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Posted · Temperature dropping

By setting temperature to 230°C? If you already have you should save the gcode to a file instead of starting the print and then check within the first lines what Cura writes in the M109 or M104 commands.

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Posted · Temperature dropping

I figured out how to solve this.

I downloaded someone else's GCode settings and applied them. It's still a bit wonky, but i can at least get material to stick to the glass now.

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Posted (edited) · Temperature dropping

Uhhm... I would rather call this a work-around than a solution except you figured out which setting made the difference... :O In that case, please let us know so others may profit from this thread.

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