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Posted · Permanently change the default temperature nozzle/bed values for a particular filament type.

I overrode the temperature values for PETG in the materials section only to get this code.

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It looks to me like CURA for some reason always defaults back to the template values. Can someone tell me why? Or am I just Barking up the wrong tree?

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;FLAVOR:Marlin
;TIME:753
;Filament used: 1.22287m
;Layer height: 0.3
;MINX:132.704
;MINY:132.703
;MINZ:0.3
;MAXX:167.296
;MAXY:167.297
;MAXZ:3.9
;Generated with Cura_SteamEngine 4.3.0
M140 S80                               <this is my override
M105
M190 S80                               <this is my override
M104 S250                             <this is my override
M105
M109 S250                             <this is my override
M82 ;absolute extrusion mode
G28 ;Home
G1 Z15.0 F6000 ;Move the platform down 15mm
;Prime the extruder
G92 E0
G1 F200 E3
G92 E0
G92 E0
G28 ; home
G1 Z15 F100 ; raise the extruder F100 sets the feed rate
M107 ; Turn off fan
G90 ; Set absolute
G92 E0 ; Set position values specified for E X Y Z
M82 ; override G91 put E axis into absolute mode independent of the other axes
M140 S50 ; set bed temperature 50 degrees                                                                           <CURA puts this in and overrides my change
M190 S50 ; wait till bed reaches 50 degrees before continuing                                          <CURA puts this in and overrides my change
M104 T0 S190 ; Set extruder temperature 190 degrees and continue without waiting  <CURA puts this in and overrides my change
M109 T0 S190 ; wait for extruder temperature 190                                                               <CURA puts this in and overrides my change
G92 E0
G1 F1500 E-6.5
;LAYER_COUNT:13
;LAYER:0
M107
G1 F600 Z1.3
;MESH:F B Covers.stl
G0 F3600 X160.992 Y150.025 Z1.3
;TYPE:WALL-INNER
G1 F600 Z0.3
G1 F1500 E0

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    Posted · Permanently change the default temperature nozzle/bed values for a particular filament type.

    Not 100% sure but material related settings should go into material profiles. So you should create a new material in the settings and then select this custom material.

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