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monoprice mini select v2

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recently downloaded cura 3.2.1 and so far have very much liked it. the only problem is that when configuring it for my monoprice mini select I have noticed something that it was not doing before. when a print is finished it pushes the bed (y axis) all the way forward to display the print, or allow me easy access to remove it. When it does this it is over traveling and causing the belt to slip, jump. how do I make this stop or program it to not travel so far? I do not see any issues with print centering. and everything else seems to be running well.  I tried decreasing the y axis bed size in setup but that has not helped. If I can disable this feature easily that would be fine as well. 

Thanks in advance. 

 

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I may have stumbled upon the answer under manage printers setting. in the end g-code it is telling the printer to move to y 127 which is farther than my bed reaches. can I just edit the gcode under this tab?

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