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Cura 4.1 raise temperature up to 235°

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Posted · Cura 4.1 raise temperature up to 235°

Hi there !

Cura 4.1 raise extruder temp up to 235° at the end of printing.

Here at layer 32 :

M104 S235.000000 T0

The temp is normaly at 220° (PLA).

what's going on ?

Regards.

Peter

AU30_Bouton Cuedo v4.gcode

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Posted · Cura 4.1 raise temperature up to 235°

It's probably been affected by the change-at-z script that has been diddling with your gcode...

;LAYER:32
G1 F2700 E528.58937
;MESH:Object 1
G0 F7200 X110.319 Y109.188 Z5
;ChangeAtZ V5.1.1: executed at 5.00 mm
M117 Printing... ch@  5.0
M104 S235.000000 T0

 

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Posted · Cura 4.1 raise temperature up to 235°

It's not a Cura 4.1 bug. I get the same result with Cura 3.6 at the sale layer.

M104 S235.000000 T0
I Can't figure out what's going on ???

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Posted · Cura 4.1 raise temperature up to 235°

Instead of posting the gcode file, could you post the 3mf file?  In cura do "file" "save" and it will save everything - your printer settings, your profile settings, your model, where you positioned the model, everything.

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Posted · Cura 4.1 raise temperature up to 235°

Err, no, try again, we want to see the .3mf file. Do File -> Save from within Cura so that it will save the model and the settings into a Cura project file.

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Posted · Cura 4.1 raise temperature up to 235°

OK, thanks for the project file. I sliced that and the only temperature setting commands set 220 at the start of the print and 0 at the end. There's no change-at-z script as far as I can see. Dunno, looks fine to me.

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Posted · Cura 4.1 raise temperature up to 235°

Burtoogle, Thank you !!!!!!

I've found the bug ! 

There was actually a postprocessing code that changed the temp.

Peter

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