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if i have a file gcode, make whit cura.. how i can read the parameters used? if i try to open in cura, i see the 3d draw.. but i canot modify or see the parameters used on it.. i must read all gcode lines....

for example, the velocity, the temperature, the % of fill.. the method of fill.. tringular or others..




an example of that i search, but is limited.. is gcode viewer - online.. that see me velocity and other info.. but not all...

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5 minutes ago, ahoeben said:

Perhaps I'll have time one of these days to finally implement that.

Days are getting darker and colder, so what could be better than a relaxed coding session in a warm area. You will feel better and better with every code line 🙂


Joking aside, wow that would be great!


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