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Posted · Geeetech A10M has un-comanded nozzle temperature change



I am using a geeetech A10M with a twin extruder single nozzle. 


During the first layer the nozzle heater turns off allowing it to cool during the print. Once the first layer is finished it pauses whilst it heats up again (Not always to the same setting) I currently have both extruders set to 205 degrees for both printing temperature and initial layer temperature. 


I would really appreciate any suggestions. 





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    Posted · Geeetech A10M has un-comanded nozzle temperature change

    You will need to load the "Printer Settings" plugin from the MarketPlace.  One of the settings is "Extruders Share Heater" and make sure that is checked.

    Materials have a "standby" temperature and you probably want to set that the same as your printing temperature.  I don't think you can change the print settings for built-in materials.  You might have to make a custom material.  I'm also not sure but "Extruders Share Heater" might take the "Standby Temperature" issue out of consideration.

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    Posted (edited) · Geeetech A10M has un-comanded nozzle temperature change

    Hi GregValiant,


    Thanks, really appreciate your help. I'll give it a try this weekend and let you know how I get on.

    Edited by ToHoverNoBover
    Typo from auto correct
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