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imk001

Keep temperature after print abort or Pre Heat

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Hello,

Well as i am sure everyone that has 3D printed knows that often 3d print jobs go wrong in the initial few layers and you have to restart them.

So  i would be nice if the printer was to keep the nozzle and bed temperatures  after a print job was aborted.

 

Or maybe better to have a Pre Heat function that can be used while setting up jobs.

This would save much time and fiddling.

 

Also i really like the simulation feature, couple of knobs to control simulation speed would be nice.

 

Oh btw printing in 4 beta seem to be fine, re my previous post. .

 

Many thanks imk

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