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UM3 Pause PLA Print Overnight (Heated Bed)

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Hey,

i am currently printing my first big piece on my new UM3 (20hrs).

Unfortunately, i am not able to print overnight. I already looked for similar threads, but i didnt find any which answered my exact question..

What is the best way to pause the print overnight (remaining the heatbed on i possible)?

I am using PLA, Heatbed on 60 deg Celcius and used glue to ensure that the print sticks to the surface. I will be able to leave the printer powered on over night and also (if this is possible) i could let the heatbed running.

Thank you in advance for your help!

Best regards

Horenz

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