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Is there way to change to change max temperature to print colorfabb ht filament?


I installed tf2k for my printer but need to get information how to change max temperature for firmware.


I use tinker firmware atm, but seems like there is no way change max temp. 

So do i need find marlin repo for ultimaker and change bondtech ddg 311 step and max temp somewhere?

I tried to check tinkergnome github but cant find updated marlin onmly those hex files where i cant change stuff.

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21 hours ago, Raaseri said:

I use tinker firmware atm, but seems like there is no way change max temp. 


The pre-compiled hex-files are allowing up to 300°C as nozzle temperature.

If you import a MATERIAL.TXT file with higher nozzle temperature,  this becomes the new maximum. Use it at your own risk...

Steps/mm and rotation direction for all axis can be adjusted on the printer (Advanced -> Preferences -> Motion settings)


If you still have a need to compile it yourself, have a look at the "cookbook" that @gr5 made

(including links to the source repositories at GitHub):

How to build Marlin the way tinkerghome and Ultimaker do it if you have windows

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