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start Gcode is not the same as v15.04.6

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Hi,

I switched from V15.04.6 to V3.2Beta today and copied my gcode to the new curam but instead of starting tho head the bed and directly moving on to the next tasks it first heats the bed and then the nozzle? how can i change this?

Here is my Gcode

M140 S{print_bed_temperature}
M0
G28
G29
M140 S{print_bed_temperature}
M104 S{print_temperature}
M109 S{print_temperature} ; Wait for nozzle temp
M190 S{print_bed_temperature} ; Wait for bed temp
G92 E0
G4 S3
M0

 

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By the way, the bed usually takes longer than the nozzle so that is kind of desired behavior somewhat as if you leave the filament too hot for too long it can bake into a caramelized gunk.  PLA can usually take it but other materials can't.

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35 minutes ago, gr5 said:

By the way, the bed usually takes longer than the nozzle so that is kind of desired behavior somewhat as if you leave the filament too hot for too long it can bake into a caramelized gunk.  PLA can usually take it but other materials can't.

I'll first let my bed head up and at the same time I'll level the bed after that the nozzle starts to hear but now I'll have to wait untill both nozzle and bed are heated to auto level the bed it takes longer.

37 minutes ago, gr5 said:

I think you want this answer here:

 

Thank you I'll try this in my next print! :)

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The replacement patterns changed between 15.x and 2.x/3.x. Here's your gcode snippet with the new patterns:

M140 S{material_bed_temperature}
M0
G28
G29
M140 S{material_bed_temperature}
M104 S{material_print_temperature}
M109 S{material_print_temperature} ; Wait for nozzle temp
M190 S{material_bed_temperature} ; Wait for bed temp
G92 E0
G4 S3
M0

 

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1 minute ago, ahoeben said:

The replacement patterns changed between 15.x and 2.x/3.x. Here's your gcode snippet with the new patterns:


M140 S{material_bed_temperature}
M0
G28
G29
M140 S{material_bed_temperature}
M104 S{material_print_temperature}
M109 S{material_print_temperature} ; Wait for nozzle temp
M190 S{material_bed_temperature} ; Wait for bed temp
G92 E0
G4 S3
M0

oh okay! thank you I've already replaced them, thanks alot! :D

 

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