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Posted · Cura not able to print High TEMPS? 390deg C

Hi,

Am I missing something, I print high temp most days with another slicer but was keen to try Cura again.

Why does the Printing temperatures not let me set the nozzle temps above 350deg C??

also the bed temp tops out at 130 deg C.

 

I usually print at 415 and 145 bed on S3D slicer. No problem

 

Am I missing a setting here?

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    Posted · Cura not able to print High TEMPS? 390deg C

    Hello @jasontwd.

    @nallath explained the "why" here someplace.  As I recall he was forced to use "L" words like "Lawyers" and "Liability". 

     

    The Maximum Temperatures and their associated Warnings are defined in the "fdmprinter.def.json" file.  If you added the printer as a "Custom FFF" printer in Cura then it has those defined limits.

     

    If you were to create a custom definition file for the printer then you could add overrides to make adjustments to the Max Temperatures that your machine can handle.  There aren't that many 3D printers that SHOULD be allowed to go that high and prudence takes precedence.  I believe there are lot of Machine Definition files for certain printers that have overrides to set lower limits.  There may be one or two definitions that have higher limits.

     

    I don't think mom and dad would be pleased when their ten year old set their brand new "Cow-a-Bunga 3D Gold Pro Mini" to 2000°C because they read somewhere that they could print steel welding wire.  The house would not last long.

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    Posted · Cura not able to print High TEMPS? 390deg C

    A printer definition can say that they support higher temperatures, but they will need to do so. By default, Marlin (the most common used printer firmware) refuses to print at 365deg C. So that's what we set the default at.

     

    If your printer can do more, this is something you will have to change in the definition file.

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