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Y extruder JSONs for CURA 2.4 Working

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Posted (edited) · Y extruder JSONs for CURA 2.4 Working

I have now got a set of Extruder and Machine Jsons that load and work

the extruders have "start and end" Gcode definitions that are essential for the Y extruder as it requires a lot of filament to be pulled back before swapping to the next filament.

There is room for improvement in the pull back code as it could do with a little push pull sequence to make the pulled back end neat.

For anyone else wanting to experiment with the Flux Capacitor dual extruder, the Json can be found at  

https://github.com/dagnall53/JSONS-for-Cura2_3

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