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Save ChangeAtZ 5.1.1 (Experimental) settings

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Hello together

 

Used cura version: 3.3.0-BETA on windows 7 64bit and windows 10 64bit


Hopefully here is someone who can help me out, maybe this is even a bug, or e feature?

I would like to save ChangeAtZ settings as Cura project (File --> Save project...).

 

This would be very handy for temperature towers / heat towers. Setting 10 different temperatures takes a while (with selecting the correct layers), it would be very handy to save the values to the project, so you could just load up the project if you're in the need of a heat tower again, this happens when you're experimenting with different filaments. 

 

So for example, I set a print temperature change at layer 10 and save this project:

5ad4e112aec20_changeatz1.thumb.png.15c8cc5efe0e85cbf05a543d67d05c49.png

 

But when I close cura and open the project as project, then all the values are gone:

5ad4e203b3eb2_changeatz2.thumb.png.1e578d11f91d52bf6dd53103c0131400.png

 

How do you save your heat tower configurations? I know there would be the option to save the GCODE file, but I don't like to print with USB as we've network support.

Hopefully someone has an input.

 

Thank you

Mat

 

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