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Posted · Plug-In Pause at height

Hallo zusammen


Kurze Frage zu dem Plug-In Pause at height.


Wo genau wird beim aktivieren dieses Plugins die Pause eingeleitet?

Pause at heigt 3.95mm = Nach Abschluss der 3.95mm?

Pause at heigt 3.95mm = Vor Abschluss der 3.95mm?


Ich benötige dieses Plugin ca. 1x pro Jahr und immer wieder habe ich dieselben Probleme :'(


Komischerweise zeigt es mir im Cura 3.0.3 (Cura 3.1.0 habe ich für Dual offen gelassen was auch noch nicht wirklich funktioniert und dieselben Visuellen Ansichten zeigt) keinen Fahrt Weg an… siehe Foto:




Im alten Cura 15.04.6 zeigt es mir den Fahrt Weg jedoch an. Aber eben, da stelle ich mir die gleiche Frage (3.95mm Pause vor oder nach diesem Layer?).




Besten Dank und Gruss


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    Posted · Plug-In Pause at height

    Hallo pixl2,


    das Plugin wird unmittelbar vor Erreichen des Z-Wertes aktiv. Hier z.B. Pause At Height Z5.000:


    G1 E-5.000000 F6000
    G1 Z15 F300
    G1 X190.000000 Y190.000000 F9000
    M84 E0
    G1 E5.000000 F6000
    G1 E-5.000000 F6000
    G1 X120.341000 Y120.074000 Z5.000000 F9000
    G1 E5.000000 F6000
    G1 F9000
    G0 X120.341 Y120.074 Z5.000
    G1 F2400 X120.073 Y120.342 E1006.02879


    Viele Grüße

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    Posted (edited) · Plug-In Pause at height

    Hallo @mikar


    besten Dank für die Aufklärung. Leider hatte ich doch noch einen Fehldruck, dies war aber, weil ich beim Plug-In Pause at heigt die Standby Temperature und Resume Temperature auf 0°C gelassen habe anstatt diese richtig einzustellen. Durch deinen Anhang vom gcode habe ich meinen auch mal angeschaut (zum ersten mal) und weiss jetzt wenigstens auf was ich bei diesem Plug-In beachten muss. So wie es aussieht muss ich mich wohl öfters mal mit dem gcode beschäftigen. *| Immerhin war dies jetzt ein guter Anfang.


    Nochmals danke für deinen Hinweis, hat mir sehr geholfen.






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