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Per Extruder G-Code in Cura 4.0

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Posted · Per Extruder G-Code in Cura 4.0

Hello, 

 

I've tried out Cura 4.0 after using Cura 3.6, the UI is fantastic and much smoother;  However, It seems like the "Machine Settings" section for Extruder 1, Extruder 2... no longer exists, specifically the section with the Extruder Start G-code / Extruder End G-code.

 

This is important in my case as when using a dual extruder setup, the extruder will heat up the standby nozzle over top the print (or stop and wait for heating, and melt the print below it),  Right now Issue a G1 X0,Y0 to move to a safe heating spot... 

 

Is there a plan to put in per-extruder g-code stuff again, or at least the ability to set a 'heatup position' in Cura 4?

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Posted · Per Extruder G-Code in Cura 4.0

This was a bug in the first beta, which has been resolved for the next one (but it hasn't been released yet, so a little patience is needed).

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