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Changing Bed Temperature During Print 2+

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Hi

I understand the Ultimaker 2+ has the bed temperature set on the machine. Does this mean you can no longer change bed temperature during a print? I have just replaced my Original with a 2+. I have a stack of ABS that I want to use up. After many months of experimenting I found that I needed to start with a bed temperature of 110 to get a good stick onto Kapton but could reduce to 85 after the first few layers.

Regards

Ian

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Yes for sure you can, but you need to inconveniently go through the menu's.

Things are soooo much easier if you just use the @tinkergnome firmware.

Your main settings always show directly in the display, and you can directly adjust from there.

https://ultimaker.com/en/community/33324-changing-bed-temperature-during-print-2

you can simply install the firmware using old (15.xx) cura

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