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FilipTurzynski

Startcodes and other input (Cura 2.4)

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Hi,

The question has to do with the lift at the beginning of each print. I need that turned off as it messes with autocompensation feature at the start of the actual printing.

I've edited the startcode in printers .json file and this G1 Z20.5 command is not there. fdmprinter.def.json startcode has been wiped clean. And still, I find this in the G-code:

/bit of startcode cut, a lengthy one because of nozzle priming, dual extrusion custom machine.

...

T1

G92 E0

M203 Z3

M109 S250

G1 F3000 E-7.5

M107

G1 Z20.501

G0 F12000 X85.67 Y265.578 Z0.75

G1 Z0.25

G1 F3000 E0

...

Where does that come from?

I know the extruder definitions have their own startcodes, but those are empty as well, for both.

G-code flavor is set to Repetier.

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