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Nicolinux

Pause at height problem on the UM3

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Hi,

 

I wanted to use the post processing plugin "Pause at height" to swap filament during a dual-color print (so I can have three colors). The problem is that the plugin interface sets default values for the "standby temperature" and "resume temperature". This basically destroyed my print since after the pause the printer tried to extrude at 70 degrees (feeder just kept going eating into the filament).

Did anyone experience the same problem or am I doing something wrong with this plugin?

 

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ah, heck. there was a bug, the bug was squashed, and then I used this tool happily just a few weeks ago in 3.1 with a whole workshop full of people. Can you share the resulting patch of gcode at that height to match with these settings? And of course the cura version. 

 

I don't just want to help you (which I do of course), but I also need to use that plugin on Saturday! :)

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