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Custom Start GCode not adding values to S{material_xxxx_temperature} when slicing


Tigrouo

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Posted · Custom Start GCode not adding values to S{material_xxxx_temperature} when slicing

Hello,

 

I was trying to print after taking a break for a few weeks and when I updated to the latests version of Cura 4.6.2 I could not use custom Codes anymore

 

I'll share a piece of code so I can explain better.

 

M104 S{100}
M140 S{material_bed_temperature}
M190 S{material_bed_temperature}

G29
G1 Z5 F5000
M104 S{material_print_temperature}
M109 S{material_print_temperature}

 

Before, on the generated gcode, I used to get the exact values after the S, like S200 or S65 and now what I get is S{material_print_temperature}, etc...

 

I tried going back to an older version but I still get the same erros.

 

I happen to have a print from before I had this problem and also I attached a newer print with the error.

 

Has anyone had this issue before?

 

BEFORE

888381018_noerrorbefore.thumb.jpeg.c3162dffee51f7a514e691319910789f.jpeg

 

AFTER

201929039_errornow.png.b58dd5894d8c8a778cb50a213063d143.png

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