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Can I run Gcode command on Cura 13.06 ?

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Posted · Can I run Gcode command on Cura 13.06 ?

Hi All

I have typed in G1 X0 Y0 on the "Term" tab , but it doesn't work at all.

Anyone know how to do that.

Thanks

 

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Posted · Can I run Gcode command on Cura 13.06 ?

I don't think that works anymore. I recommend you use pronterface. It's free and great for playing with gcodes. It can also send a gcode file to the printer instead of using cura and people say it's more dependable but I wouldn't know.

 

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Posted · Can I run Gcode command on Cura 13.06 ?

It should work, but after you turn the machine on, it thinks it is at 0,0 so that command won't do a thing.

Try "G28", it should home then. After that "G1 F3600 X100 Y100"

 

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Posted · Can I run Gcode command on Cura 13.06 ?

It should work, but after you turn the machine on, it thinks it is at 0,0 so that command won't do a thing.

Try "G28", it should home then. After that "G1 F3600 X100 Y100"

 

I see , Thanks Daid

 

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