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Cura 13.11.2 random z movement

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Hello everybody i have a problem with the new version of cura 13.11.2 it add a random movement of the z axis at the end of the gcode and also add some random retraction both after the comando M107 and before the end gcode

 

I check my profile and try restoring the default settings importing the old profile creating a new profile i check with differents stl files and all with the same issue

 

as example the calibration cube 20X20 at the end add this

 

Cura 13.11.2

 

G0 F7200 X80.65 Y85.91

G1 F4800 X80.91 Y85.65 E266.81007

M107

G1 F2400 E259.81007

G0 F7200 X80.91 Y85.65 Z15.00

M104 S0

M140 S0 ;heated bed heater off

G91 ;relative positioning

G1 E-7 F300 ;Retract 4 mm

G28 X0 F7200 ;move X to min endstop

G1 Y195 F7200 ; move Y to max position

M84 ;steppers off

G90 ;absolute positioning

G92 E0 ; reset extrusion distance

 

and if i slice the same file with the same parameter in cura 13.06.4 i get the gcode without the error

 

Cura 13.06.4

 

G0 F7200 X99.07 Y104.35

G1 F4800 X99.35 Y104.07 E247.80150

M107

M104 S0

M140 S0 ;heated bed heater off

G91 ;relative positioning

G1 E-7 F300 ;Retract 4 mm

G28 X0 F7200 ;move X to min endstop

G1 Y195 F7200 ; move Y to max position

M84 ;steppers off

G90 ;absolute positioning

G92 E0 ; reset extrusion distance

 

I leave you the links of my gcodes (cura 13.06.4 and 13.11.2) and also my profiles

 

thanks in advance

 

http://www.mediafire.com/view/9e2ku89qz1lz681/Cube%20Cura%2013.11.2.gcode

http://www.mediafire.com/view/xs97o05umx9220i/Cube%20Cura%2013.06.4.gcode

http://www.mediafire.com/view/40b497ubalb2z02/Prusa%20i3%20Cura%2013.11.2.ini

http://www.mediafire.com/view/38bz41ph29c7php/Prusa%20i3%20Cura%2013.06.4.ini

 

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It does a retract and move up, to ensure it's above the print and no longer on the print.

It does this also for multi-object prints, to ensure the hotend is above all the objects.

(It's not really a random move, it's quite intentionally added)

 

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