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Print dimensions available via bracketed variables?

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Posted · Print dimensions available via bracketed variables?

Hi guys and gals 🙂

 

i noticed that Cura recently added information about the min and max coordinates of the sliced print like that:

 

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;FLAVOR:Marlin
;TIME:14942
;Filament used: 11.1921m, 0m
;Layer height: 0.2
;MINX:57.982
;MINY:58.508
;MINZ:0.2
;MAXX:161.373
;MAXY:161.503
;MAXZ:6.2
;Generated with Cura_SteamEngine 4.2.1

 

Are these also available via bracketed variables / parameters like {print_x_min} for use in the custom start/end Gcode?

 

Would be great as they would allow for probing the bed in Auto Bed Leveling at the actual dimensions of the print (instead the whole bed) and defining a default gradient that stops at the actual top.

 

Thanks and best regards

 

Christian

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Posted · Print dimensions available via bracketed variables?

No, these are not available as replacement patterns.

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