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Posted · Tab Anti Warping plugin inserts SLOW g1 Speed in gcode!

I've been using the "Tab Anti Warping" plug in for months with my Duet 2 WiFi board. but over the past coupla weeks, when I have Cura (v14.10.0) generate the GCode, it inserts the following G1 code for the start of each 'anti warping pad': (see the bolded, purple text)

G1 F3000 E6
G1 F120 X102.678 Y51.344 E0.00927
G1 X103.03 Y51.156 E0.02519
G1 X103.391 Y50.996 E0.02492


this causes my print to start out printing excruciatingly slow. 

Each time I have Cura create the G-Code, I have to go in and REPLACE ALL the "F120 " finds with "F2000", which lets the print run at a correct speed.

BUTT... <-- the big butt

WHAT A PAIN!!?!?!!?

Can someone point me in the right direction to fix this problem, please?

thank you in advance for your help.

Russ from Ocala, FL, USA

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    Posted (edited) · Tab Anti Warping plugin inserts SLOW g1 Speed in gcode!

    This plugin doesn't generate any G-Code it's just something to create a dedicate geometries and setting them as support element. If you have any issue it's certainly due to your settings, check the parameters in the speed section, and find any small value (support/brim/skirt)   


    In your case the first initial value for the tab are define by the Skirt/brim Speed .


    Note If you don't have activate any Adhesion type (Build Plate Adhesion types set to None)  this parameter is not visible.

    Edited by Cuq
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