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"Abort Print" crashes head into parts when "Print one at a time" Print Sequence is selected


mattlavoie

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Posted (edited) · "Abort Print" crashes head into parts when "Print one at a time" Print Sequence is selected

I started a print for 3 objects at once on my Ender 3 V2 using Cura 4.10 and I had the Print Sequence set to "One at a time". I noticed the print wasn't going well so the instant the first part finished I clicked abort print. By the time the printer responded to this command it had already moved to the second part and lowered the nozzle back down to the first layer height. Then the abort command was received so it lifted the nozzle like 0.5 mm and then homes the X and Y axis which blindly crashes the head into the parts it just printed.

 

I think that the abort print settings should not home the X and Y axis. It could just lift the Z axis a little and wipe 5mm to the side with the X and Y axis. Then it could leave it up to me to remove the printed parts safely. I haven't found a way to change what "abort print" does.


Thank you.

Edited by mattlavoie
clarify printing conditions
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