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Your current settings in a text file >>> here it is !!!!!!!

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Instructions

 

- Copy the text (except the instructions at the beginning) of this log file and paste it at the end of your EndG-code in the Machine Settings window of your printer
- After that all your GCode files will have at the end a complete list of your current settings for each print

 

here a picture of a few lines of the result

 

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Very useful if you want to compare settings with someone else

Also if you are analysing results vs settings, just put them in a spreadsheet to focus on the changing parameters very easily

 

Notice there is a slight hierarchical tab to see the 'children' parameters (depending from a 'parent' one)

 

Enjoy !!

 

CurrentSettingsAtTheEndOfTheGCode.log

Edited by JCD
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