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G10 and G11 problem using Cura 2.5 release and One at A Time (Ultimaker 2+)

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Posted (edited) · G10 and G11 problem using Cura 2.5 release and One at A Time (Ultimaker 2+)

Hi

I have just used multiply and one at a time to print a number of small parts on an Ultimaker 2+.

Latest multiply in Cura 2.5 is an improvement.

Unfortunately the first part printed fine but there was no filament extruded on the second part for ages so no skirt and no bottom layers. Looking at the code I see a G10 at the end of the first part which I understand is retraction and then a G11 at the beginning of the 2nd part which I understand should reverse the G10.

I commented out the G10 and the parts all printed OK but with a little stringing. I am therefore sure the problem is caused by the G11 not working. Is this a Cura issue or a Firmware issue (Or even a materials setup)?

Regards

Ian

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