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Posted · DIY Drucker mit Tool Changer

Hallo, das ist mein erster Beitrag, ich hoffe ich mach alles richtig.


Ich nutze Cura 4.2.1 und habe ein Problem, ich habe 2 Extruder die aber gewechselt werden. Das heißt beide haben nur Zeitweise Kontakt zu dem Bauteil-lüfter, Heizung und den Thermostat. Ich habe mir den gcode von Cura angeschaut und kann sehen das 500 Zeilen vor dem Wechsel der 2. Extuder versucht wird anzuheizen:


G0 F7200 X72 Y77.525
M104 T1 S200

Das würde schon mal nicht funktionieren, da Marlin den Drucker sofort reseten würde weil ja kein zweiter Thermostat existiert.

Die Folge wäre wohl ein Alarm und Reset der Maschine.


Jetzt der Wechsel von T0 auf T1:


G1 F600 Z1.7
G92 E0
G92 E0
M109 S200
M104 T0 S175

G1 F1500 E-6.5
G1 F600 Z0.7

Wechsel auf T1 und warten bis 200°, T0 wird heruntergeregelt auf 175°.


Also bei mir ist alles an dem E0 angeschlossen, ist es möglich die rot gekennzeichneten Zeilen auszukommentieren oder Cura diese nicht ausgibt?


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    Posted · DIY Drucker mit Tool Changer

    Du müsstest die "Temp Magic" deaktivieren


    Gibt zwei möglichkeiten,

    1. direkt in deiner Drucker config deaktivieren
    2. installiere das Plugin "Printer Settings Plugin" aus den Marketplace und deaktiviere "Temperatursteuerung der düse" glaube ich heißt es


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