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Flow Thermostat plugin doesn´t work

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Just for the case you did not yet find this post: http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/2454-cura-13064-plugins/&do=findComment&comment=21281 (post no. 8)

It is a version of the FlowThermostate-plugin which works with Cura 13.06.04+

You might also try this updated Wood-plugin: https://github.com/Dim3nsioneer/Cura-Plugins/raw/master/Wood1.1.py

However, you should consider it as beta...

 

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Try my update, which solves an issue with the recent Cura updates, by simply disregarding higher feedrates than the "max" calculated by the FlowThermostat plugin. This makes the "printing speed" entry critical, but it ensures protection against high feedrate spikes.

get it on

https://github.com/nyyotam/Cura-FlowThermostat/blob/master/FlowThermostat.py .

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