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Hi,

 

I enabled the options for hopping in Z direction. But for some prints the printer ignores this (I don´t think that this is a printer issue, because normal Z moves are working). Is this a known issue in 3.1.0?

Retraction is enabled and working.

 

Br, Michael

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I could be wrong here, probably am, but I think Z-hop goes over parts and not infill.

 

I hope someone will confirm or correct this impression I have.

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8 hours ago, gorischek said:

I enabled the options for hopping in Z direction. But for some prints the printer ignores this

 

Just to be sure:

If you want a "Z hop" on every travel move, take sure that "Combing Mode" is deactivated

(because an enabled "Combing Mode" suppresses most of the retractions).

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