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while I was modifying my profile for the UM2 I came across a FFF file that contained this in the script section

 

{REPLACE "; outer perimeter\n" "; outer perimeter\nM204 P800\n"}

{REPLACE "; inner perimeter\n" "; inner perimeter\nM204 P1000\n"}

{REPLACE "; solid layer\n" "; solid layer\nM204 P1000\n"}

{REPLACE "; infill\n" "; infill\nM204 P3500\n"}

 

could some one enlighten me what this is doing I have not done any scripting before sodont know what the knock on effect of this script is

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44 minutes ago, bob-hepple said:

I am trying to alter the temp cooling down heating up times for the filament on the Mark2

 

I doubt that this is solvable with the available internal tools of S3D (at least not in the way that Cura does it).

You should get in contact with @zerspaner_gerd. He made an (external) python script for this purpose, it would be nice if someone can translate it (it's in german):

 

https://community.ultimaker.com/topic/20733-externes-python-script-für-simplify3d-dual/

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