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Posted · Cura Documentation - gcode {keyword} list

I've looked through the docs on the site and poked through the github a bit and can't find a list. Are there other keywords not used in the default start/end gcode?

 

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Posted · Cura Documentation - gcode {keyword} list

I think the question was about the slicer parameter macros that can be substituted into the start/end gcode... I'm not sure if there's a list of those anywhere.

 

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Posted · Cura Documentation - gcode {keyword} list

There is not an active list right now, but if you save a profile to an ini file, open that ini file, every keyword in there can be used as a substitute in the start/end-gcode. (as well as a few extras which are in the code by default)

 

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Posted · Cura Documentation - gcode {keyword} list

Guys!.. I am stuck with network printing!

can anyone help me how to print model via network in other printers using CURA.

 

I have to use network printing for my 3d printer. 

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Posted · Cura Documentation - gcode {keyword} list

Please open a new thread instead of posting to an ancient thread with a completely different topic.

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