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hotbed activate in netfabb ?

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Does nobody know how to activate the hotbed in netfabb for ultimaker ?

I really need it for ABS printing.

Thank you.

Fritz

Hi Fritz

Add to you Gcode the following

M190 S110 ; Turn HBP on and set to 110 degrees

M140 S0 ; Turn HBP off

Took me forever to find that when I built mine and it doesn't work in RepG 34 only RepG 26 and Printrun etc.

Good luck

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Does nobody know how to activate the hotbed in netfabb for ultimaker ?

I really need it for ABS printing.

Thank you.

Fritz

Hi Fritz

Add to you Gcode the following

M190 S110 ; Turn HBP on and set to 110 degrees

M140 S0 ; Turn HBP off

Took me forever to find that when I built mine and it doesn't work in RepG 34 only RepG 26 and Printrun etc.

Good luck

Thank you very much.

I will try it

Fritz

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Does nobody know how to activate the hotbed in netfabb for ultimaker ?

I really need it for ABS printing.

Thank you.

Fritz

Hi Fritz

Add to you Gcode the following

M190 S110 ; Turn HBP on and set to 110 degrees

M140 S0 ; Turn HBP off

Took me forever to find that when I built mine and it doesn't work in RepG 34 only RepG 26 and Printrun etc.

Good luck

Did you put this into the Gcode header in netfabb ?

Fritz

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Did you put this into the Gcode header in netfabb ?

Fritz

Yes

M190 in Header

Put it in place of your preference

I put mine before heating the nozzle so that the HBP temp has time to stabilize and the nozzle is heated for a shorter amount of time before starting the print.

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