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Gcodes for starting script for UM3 using S3D

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The default starting script for simplify 3D is:

M106 S0 ; fan off

M204 S1500 ; default acceleration

M205 X15.00 ; maximum X Y jerk

T0

G1 X2 Y5 Z5 F15000.0 ; heating location

M140 S[bed0_temperature]

M104 S[extruder0_temperature] T0 ; heat left

M190 S[bed0_temperature]

M109 S[extruder0_temperature] T0 ; stabilize left

G1 Z0.2

G92 E0 ; zero extruder

G1 E30

G92 E0 ; zero extruder

G1 X100 E15 F1000 ; purge left extruder

I would like to modify this to still go to X2 Y5, but instead of purging the extruder from x2 to x100, do a Cura style purge where it just depositing a large blob of filament. I found this does a better job getting rid of any different color PLA when swapping colors. What would be the best way to change this to do that. I know G280 does the filament purge on the UM3, but I'm not sure what to remove/replace.

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