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Disable Nozzle Temperature control in Cura 3.3.1?

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It would be nice if it were possible to disable temperature control for the nozzle, similar to how it is with the bed.

I'm using OctoPrint, and I preheat the nozzle - and sometimes I like to try different temperatures without having to re-slice the model, or send custom g-code in-between.

 

I seem to remember that it was possible in previous versions (i.e. old Cura), and there was a discusson on GitHub about it, where it was said that there is a setting somewhere for that - I didn't find it, though, so maybe it's in the underlying json files?

 

In any case, I think it would be useful if the temperature setting for the nozzle worked the same way as for the bed.

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This should be possible as follows:

* go to Help -> Show configuration folder

* close cura

* In the configuration folder, go to "definition_changes"

* in that folder, find the *_settings.inst.cfg for your printer, and open it in a text editor

* add the following line to the [values] section:

machine_nozzle_temp_enabled = False

* save the file

* restart Cura

You should now no longer be able to set temperatures in Cura, and the gcode should also not have temperatures in it anymore.

 

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