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Posted · Purge of material at start

No problem with AA core.

The purge make a big bubble to the buildplate then rise and everything ok.

BUT...

BB core make a bubble then rise a bit and wait too much and another bubble is growing and stick to the nozzle then is carried out to the print zone.

I think that for BB core rising a little bit will be an option ?

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Posted · Purge of material at start

Hi Gigi, thank you for your message. This has been reported a couple of times before and I believe it is being addressed in the new Cura.

If you want, you could try and be part of the conversation regarding the latest Cura Beta.

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Posted · Purge of material at start

Hello,

New ultimaker user :) I confirm I saw the same issue with my last print. I had to quickly remove the PVA blob manually when the print started. But with remote usage this is an issue...

I will try the new Cura :)

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Posted · Purge of material at start

Ok.

Purge at start is firmware or software ?

Make the same routine for BB core as the one for AA core.

That is like Achilles heel.

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