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Posted · Possible Firmware Request!

So maybe there is a way to change this setting and I haven't found it, but when a print has finished and the display (on UM2) says cooling down it gives you the temperature of the print head and not the bed.

Surly it's the temp of the bed that's important (could be wrong, newbie here) as that tells me when I can remove the part from the bed without hopefully damaging it.

Does this make sense or am I talking rubbish??

Cheers

GBR1

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Posted · Possible Firmware Request!

I would like to see both temperatures displayed.

Also could the display continue to show the temperatures during the "safe to remove" message.

 

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Posted · Possible Firmware Request!

Uhm, yes, one of those "silly I did not think about it before" things. Added it for the release, easy change.

 

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