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Resuming a failed print on UM3

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I have just run a huge 24h print om my Ultimaker 3. Sadly it failed at late point in the middle of the night, filament got stuck and ground in the extruder, with the printer continuing printing in mid-air.

On my previous, simpler printers, I have been able to fool it to resume by editing G-code to start at a meased height. The UM3, however, is so full of bells and whistles, like the auto-leveling etc, and I cannot come up with a smooth way of doing this. The print head will crash into the huge print on the bed, and its all together a complicated task.

Any ideas how this could be done?

Perhaps a future feature idea here, to create such a function in Cura.. skipping the calibration, just homing in and continuing the print.

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