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TweakAtZ plugin, english problems, whats meaning by speed?

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Posted (edited) · TweakAtZ plugin, english problems, whats meaning by speed?

Hello 

i want to use the tweakAtZ to use different speed-settings. 

my general speed is 50mm/s

 

1. Script: Layer No. 1 -> 50%. so i will get 25mm/s

2. Script: Layer No 6. -> i will make it faster. 50mm/s. Does i set up 100% because my general speed is 50mm/s, or should is set it to 200%, because i set in the frist script 25mm/s

 

What's meaning in each new script? The general sspeed setting, oder the current setting? 

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Posted (edited) · TweakAtZ plugin, english problems, whats meaning by speed?

First, you must be using a really old Cura version as that script was renamed to ChangeAtZ quite some time ago.

In general the first instance of the script relates to speeds calculated already by Cura. Every additional instance then relates to the previous result.

However, for me it sounds as if you could achieve your goal simply by adjusting the speed values for first layer and in general, using only one slow layer?

 

edit: For simple changes as this one, you may want to use the helper volume / per model settings for e.g. changing speed within a certain z range.

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Posted (edited) · TweakAtZ plugin, english problems, whats meaning by speed?

Thank you for your answer 

I use the current Cura 4.3 

BUT changeAtZ didn’ Work. 

I readed, that it doesn't work for print speed. Is that correct?

 

Your idea is correct, but i use a more speed general and will be slower each layer height. The reason is, that I can check, if the speed-change works, at the Beginn 

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