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Posted · When I cancel a print

Is there a way to tell Cura what to do if I cancel a print? I'm using 15.0406 and if I cancel a print, the head just sits there in contact with the failed print. I want it to raise the extruder at the very least.

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Posted · When I cancel a print

Cura doesn't control that - Marlin controls that. Please update your profile to say what kind of printer you have. You might want to update your printer firmware. I've heard of this bug before and I'm pretty sure it was fixed.

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Posted · When I cancel a print

Oh! You are printing through USB? Don't use cura for that. Use pronterface. It's 10X better than Cura for printing. Sitck with cura for slicing but not for printing step.

Get pronterface here. It's free:

http://koti.kapsi.fi/~kliment/printrun/

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