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S5 limits nozzle temperature offset while printing


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Posted (edited) · S5 limits nozzle temperature offset while printing

I started printing with Gizmodorks PVA filament and it says to NEVER print their filament above 200C because it can cause permanent damage and it causes stringing.

When printing I noticed that there is an limit that they have put on how much you can offset the temperature of a nozzle (+-25C). 

 

Could you make add a setting for advanced mode where you can edit this settings at your own risk?? I am not pleased that I paid orders of magnitude more for a "professional" printer, but have less control than my previous hobby Ultimaker.

 

-Alonso

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    Posted · S5 limits nozzle temperature offset while printing

    The limit is only when you adjust the temperature on the fly during a print. You can set any temperature in Cura you want.

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    Posted · S5 limits nozzle temperature offset while printing

    Yup! It was just the suggestion that you be able to do it on the fly as well. I understand having some warning if you go below a threshold, but would also be nice to be able to do it. 

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