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Hey guys,


i still have a problem. I have a own 3dprinter ( no ultimaker ). I have already written the definitions and the other resources. When i print with one extruder everything is perfekt BUT 

it still have two extruder and if i start a print with two extruder it doesnt do what it should do! Because the standby temperature is 175 and i cant change it  and it doesnt have enought time to heat up the nozzle while printing so i want that it is always on 200 degree 

i looked for a solution but nothing does this what i want.


I also tested to write this in the definition:

        "default_material_print_temperature": { "value": "200" },
        "material_print_temperature_layer_0": { "value": "material_print_temperature + 5},
        "material_standby_temperature": { "value": "200" },


I hope everyone understand this, what i have written because my english is not the best

Thanks for your help


best regards

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