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In Cura there is a tab called "start/end gcode". You can add your own codes in there and they will get added to the final gcode file.

Or you can use prontrface to send them directly/manually.


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Start/End gcode in Cura is only available when it is configured for normal gcode output. When set up for the Ultimaker², it isn't there, because all the start and ending stuff is done in the firmware.


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