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Marlin configuration

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Which is why I created the website, it builds Marlin as specific configurations you want. That's a lot easier then messing around with the Arduino stuff. It also adds a few files in the windows zip that help with installing the firmware. Or you can download the resulting HEX file and install it with Cura's "install custom firmware" option.

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275C should be safe. And the V2 hotend transfers a bit less heat to the PEEK then the V1 hotend, giving you also a potential higher running temperature.

But indeed a warning would be in place. Messing with your firmware could irreversible damage your machine.

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