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What setting to adjust time from "heating is done" to actually starting?

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Posted · What setting to adjust time from "heating is done" to actually starting?

Hello!

 

I have an FLSun3D QQ-S delta printer which I'm using with Cura 4 and a RaspberryPi running Octoprint. I was fighting a problem with Octoprint disconnecting from the printer when a print job is started. Once it is up to temp and begins moving down to the build plate it will disconnect at some point. I'm working around it currently by disabling the disconnect after X number of warnings settings while printing, however I'm fairly certain the problem is just how long my printer takes to get down to the build plate based on my current slicer settings.

 

Considering the extruder/delta arms start all the way at the top of the axis's and has to move down, I'm just not sure what setting to change to allow it to move down to bed faster. I know it's a speed related setting but I'm not sure which one directly effects that movement. I know I can toy around with it but I'm hoping someone can guide me. Any assistance?

 

Thanks!

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