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cura 3.6 not using the start gcode

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HI

I have been using cura 15.04.6 for a while and decided to try 3.6 after 15.04.6 couldn't render a vase.

I am using the robo 3d r1+ and octoprint

 

I checked the start gcode to make sure I saw the g29 auto level.

but when it went to print it did not execute the g29.

if fact it just started printing in mid air , at the height the nozzle happened to be at.

 

in cura 3.6 the default gcode flavor was marlin.

IN cura 15.04.6 the default gcode flavor was reprap(marlin/sprinter).

 

should I change the gcode flavor to reprap??

or is there something else causing this problem?

 

 

Edited by fmodesta

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