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I have something kind of weird in mind that requires me to keep the bed 60-90C for a few hours after a print is done. Is this possible? Can it be done from within cura?

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Posted · Keep bed heated after print

You can save the gcode, then open it in txt editor.

At the end of the gcode just insert the heat bed command ( I think it M104 )

You could try a small print and see if it works.

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Posted · Keep bed heated after print

In case of an um2 you may need to use reprap g-code iso the default ulti g-code to overrule the start and end sequence. You set this in machine settings in cura. This will require you to add the start and ens g-code in cura.

Or if you use simplify3d you already do this.

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