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Posted (edited) · Override Zhop speed

I think this is what you're looking for.  You didn't mention your printer.  This is for mine...

 

Within the "creality_base.def.json" file in the "Overrides" section is "machine_max_feedrate_z":{"default_value": 10 }, .  That sets the max allowable Z-Hop speed in the Cura settings dialog.

 

Still in the Overrides but down a bit further is "speed_z_hop":{"value": 5 }, and that sets the default number in the Cura settings dialog.  It's what shows until I make a change.

 

If you can find the lines in your definition file - change the max to 25 and the speed to 20, save the file and restart cura.

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    Posted · Override Zhop speed
    On 11/12/2020 at 4:24 PM, GregValiant said:

    I think this is what you're looking for.  You didn't mention your printer.  This is for mine...

     

    Within the "creality_base.def.json" file in the "Overrides" section is "machine_max_feedrate_z":{"default_value": 10 }, .  That sets the max allowable Z-Hop speed in the Cura settings dialog.

     

    Still in the Overrides but down a bit further is "speed_z_hop":{"value": 5 }, and that sets the default number in the Cura settings dialog.  It's what shows until I make a change.

     

    If you can find the lines in your definition file - change the max to 25 and the speed to 20, save the file and restart cura.

    Forgot to do that, mine is a Sidewinder X1.

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    Posted · Override Zhop speed

    Artillery Sidewinder X1

     

     

    Here's the location and file name you need to alter.  "c\Program Files\Ultimaker Cura 4.8.0\resources\definitions\artillery_base.def.json

     

    The instructions noted in my previous post apply.  Alter the two lines.  Don't alter anything but the numbers.  If there are spaces, there are supposed to be spaces.

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