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philippe0206

size of filament 2.85 to 1.75

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Hi,

I have read the source code (GREAT) and it seems that the UM2 + can change and use the size of filament 2.85 to 1.75 from the menu (CHANGE | MATERIAL)?

Is it correct ?

When printing from the USB port l Does UM2 + use the menu settings (CHANGE | MATERIAL)?

Is it correct ?

The command (M200 - Set filament diameter) seems not to be implemented?

Is it correct ?

Is it possible to create this command (M200) and will USB printing use the new parameters (subject to calculation just !!) using the procedure as in the menu (CHANGE | MATERIAL)?

Thank you for taking time to answer me

philippe

PS:

To compile a firmware for MOTHERBOARD 72 with the github code it needs more compilation parameters for ArduinoDev , and/or change some #define

or just COMPILE and UPLOAD?

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