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Posted · UM2 - how to save settings

I need to print at 230C but the default is 210C (I'm sure it used to be 220C).

How do I set it to 230C, because I keep forgetting to increase it and 0.1, 210C at 40mm/Sec causes under extrusion.

 

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Posted · UM2 - how to save settings

Material->settings->customize->temperature. Adjust it there and it will save.

 

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Posted · UM2 - how to save settings

Small suggestion...

 

Will we one day, if possible to save multiple profiles?

 

There could have location as:

 

Material-> settings-> customize-> temperature-> Choose memory

 

Profile 1 <-

profile 2

profile 3

 

Once in a profile could imagine you can edit or delete it.

 

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Posted · UM2 - how to save settings

I've not tried it, but I think you can already.

There's already two profiles there, PLA and ABS and it looks as though you can save a new profile.

 

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Posted · UM2 - how to save settings

Woofy is correct, you can already do that. Can't remember off the top of my head how to do it but I think it should be fairly obvious once you're in the menus.

 

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Posted · UM2 - how to save settings

Yes, under that menu you can select an entry and edit the various parameters and save it, it then appears as "Custom 1", "Custom 2", "Custom 3", etc each time you save. Unfortunately you can't seem to edit the names, delete ones you don't want, or re-edit an existing one in place, but pretty sure a factory reset removes them (need to double check, I reset the other day).

 

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Posted · UM2 - how to save settings

View like this ...

 

I think the case where several PLA profiles and multiple profiles on ABS ...

 

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