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Posted · Cura 2.7 crash into printed part after abort

When printing via usb from PC and using abort option the hotend homes xy AND Z... Destroying the hotend and the blt into the printed part. NOt an issue i 2.6 Using prusa i3 profile

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Posted · Cura 2.7 crash into printed part after abort

Bump. This is a big miss in this release. As now I need to kill the power to abort not destroying the hotend and BLT

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Posted (edited) · Cura 2.7 crash into printed part after abort

I agree this is a major issue, and it also affects Ultimaker's own Ultimaker Original printers.

See https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/2307

For now you can fix it by editing plugins/USBPrinting/USBPrinterOutputDevice.py. You need to remove line 626:

 

self.homeBed()

 

Update: I have made a Pull Request to include this fix in the next version of Cura here:

https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/pull/2391

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Posted · Cura 2.7 crash into printed part after abort

Pull request is merged, so it's fixed for the next release.

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