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double Extruder problem

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Hi everyone,

I am having some problems related with cura software. Could you please help me with these issues;

1) When changing extruder the printer waits on the part so it melts the part, how can i change waiting position of extruder when waiting other extruder to heat up in cura?

2) When using two different type of filament which needed to be set different temprature accordingly but as far as we saw in g-code, cura won't set the temparature accordingly. Therefore when printing, for example we have used pla and flexible fliamnet, it starts with 205C for pla but when changing it sets 185C but it sould be 225C as we set on cura but it wont happening.

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