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Ok so here is the deal. I am modifying a older CreatorBot II Max to have dock able extruders.

 

I have determined all of the moment codes i need and i have already add the code needed at the start of each extruder command HOWEVER i need a method to either change a current G-Code or Create another in cura. 

 

The dock for my extruders is actuated with another motor and i was hoping to be able to control it within the program. I need to be able to raise and lower it and even if possible zero it at the start of a print. 

 

Thanks for any and all help 

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Posted · Custom Definition File

 },
        "machine_end_gcode": {
            "default_value": "G91\nG1 F1800 E-3\nG1 F3000 Z10\nG90\nG28 X0 Y0 ; home x and y axis\nM106 S0 ; turn off cooling fan\nM104 S0 ; turn off extruder\nM140 S0 ; turn off bed\nM84 ; disable motors"
        },

 

an example in a def file

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