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Posted · How to change low temp protection for nozzle

I Have Ultimaker Original+ and trying to print some Print2Cast filament and the nozzle temp is 140-150c.  The safety shuts down the filament feed at 170c so I can't print that low of temp.  Is there a way to change the safety to another temp and how.  I'm using Cura, I prefer the older versions but willing to change to newer if needed.

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Posted · How to change low temp protection for nozzle

Afaik you need to change that in the firmware. It’s open source, are you able to do that?

 

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Posted · How to change low temp protection for nozzle
On 6/2/2018 at 3:34 AM, gmhajh said:

Is there a way to change the safety to another temp and how.

 

Marlin Firmware supports the M302 command. You can add it (in a new line) to your start script in Cura to set a new temperature limit.

M302 S0

 

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Posted · How to change low temp protection for nozzle

Thanks tinkergnome, I used the M302 command and it worked.  I am now able to print using Print2Cast filament just have to get the feed and temp dialed in.

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