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G Code From Cura - Unexpected lines. How to come back to normal ?


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Posted · G Code From Cura - Unexpected lines. How to come back to normal ?

Dears

 

The following unexpected sequence occurs in my G code after slicing

 

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;Generated with Cura_SteamEngine 4.12.1
T0
M140 S50
M105
M190 S50
M104 S205
M104 T1 S175
M105
M109 S205
M105
M109 T1 S175
M82 ;absolute extrusion mode

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I can not understand where is the temperature setting 175 Deg C  For the second print head T1 is coming from ? I have not used it in the setups. I is also strange how  it is repeating ?

Anyway, this puts the printer into a never ending cycle and the print is never starting ( Printer Tenlog TLD 3 pro)

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    Posted · G Code From Cura - Unexpected lines. How to come back to normal ?

    175° is likely the material standby temperature for T1.  You are saying that T1 is not used in the current print?  Did you disable T1?

    You can use the "File | Save Project" command to save the model and your settings.  Post the 3mf file here.

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