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S5 Bundle unloads Filament after print job


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Posted · S5 Bundle unloads Filament after print job

Hello ,

 

after finishing the print job, the filament will be pulled out of the printing head, extruder . After a while , the filament will be completly unloaded back to the coil. If i start then again a printing order, the filament will be loaded again completely. 

 

Question

 

-Is this the way how it should work ? 

-Is there any setting where i can change this behave ? 

 

Thanks for your help 

 

 

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    Posted · S5 Bundle unloads Filament after print job

    Yes, this is intended behaviour. Different materials have different delays before being retracted all the way back to the spool again. No, you can't change that without hacking the firmware, which isn't recommended 🙂

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