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Posted · Leave bed heat on after print

Hi everyone,


I'm printing polycarb on an UM S5 bundle thing.  I've been using Magigoo for PC on glass for bed adhesion...it generally works OK, but I do get some warping yet that I'm trying to eliminate.  We have that Nano Polymer Adhesive material that I want to try, but it says that if the bed cools it will break the glass and the print needs to be removed while it's hot.


How do I modify the settings in Cura (using 4.11) to keep the bed heat on after the print?  In Simplify3D I would just go to the ending gcode tab and take out M140 S0 and/or change that to M140 S110, but I don't see where to do that in Cura.


Thanks in advance!



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