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Posted · Klipper PAM Cura Start Code
Hi,

i wanted to run the Klipper PAM Plugin cause im annoyed of waiting for long Time bed leveling.
For the Plugin there are two Start Code.
One for SuperSlicer/PrusaSlicer:
MESH_CONFIG X0={first_layer_print_min[0]} Y0={first_layer_print_min[1]} X1={first_layer_print_max[0]} Y1={first_layer_print_max[1]}
And one for Ideamaker:
MESH_CONFIG X0={print_pos_min_x} Y0={print_pos_min_y} X1={print_pos_max_x} Y1={print_pos_max_y}
Somebody know in which way i have to edit it to make it work on Cura ?
Or where the documentation about this can be found ?
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    Posted · Klipper PAM Cura Start Code

    Cura contributor @ahoeben put The Replacement Patterns list together. I don't see Max's and Min's for the build plate footprint of the actual print.  They do show up in a gcode file.  Maybe there is a way to extract the info with your plugin?

     

    This is from the beginning of a Cura gcode file...

    ;MINX:51
    ;MINY:51
    ;MINZ:0.2
    ;MAXX:179
    ;MAXY:179
    ;MAXZ:60.112

     

    IF the keywords exist then you would end up with something like this in your StartUp Gcode:

    MESH_CONFIG X0={MINX} Y0={MINY} X1={MAXX} Y1={MAXY}

    Using the example numbers from above that would result in...

    MESH_CONFIG X0=51 Y0=51 X1=179 Y1=179 in the actual Gcode file.

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    Posted · Klipper PAM Cura Start Code

    These keywords do not exist as replacement patterns. A postprocessing plugin script could be used to find the data in the gcode and insert that MESH_CONFIG macro from it.

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