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Posted · Cura turning HB off after few mins

When i am printing in CURA with heated bed engaged, it turn it off after cca 2 mins ..

Bug or i am missing some option in CURA ?

 

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Posted · Cura turning HB off after few mins

cca=circa?

I don't print from cura but there are definitely some bugs. When you first connect to the printer from cura it does indeed turn off both the nozzle and heated bed and you have to set those values again (I do this before starting the print).

I recommend you set bed temp (if there is a place for this) and nozzle temp to 0 in Cura before slicing (preparing). That way you can just set these manually in cura and when you start the print it won't wait for the temp to settle - it will just start printing immediately when you tell it to.

 

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Posted · Cura turning HB off after few mins

yes indeed there are some minor bugs about setting temp..

setting manually temps solve the problem .

 

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