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Enclosure temperature in Cura

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Posted · Enclosure temperature in Cura

Hello,

 

Is there a way to add ad field named "enclosure temperature" in the "print settings" tab of the material management window? (as shown in the embedded picture)

Of course I would like to use this parameter as a variable (e.g. "S{enclosure_temperature}") for use it in the G-code header.

 

Thank you for your help!

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Posted · Enclosure temperature in Cura

You can use the Material Settings plugin from the Marketplace.

 

Cura already has a "Build Volume Temperature" setting, though it is not used in the gcode. You can insert it in your start gcode snippet as " {build_volume_temperature} ". After installing and restarting Cura, see Extensions -> Material Settings -> Configure Material Settings to add this setting to the list of Print settings in the Materials preferences.

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