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Posted · Cura 5.1 Dual Extruder T0 and T1 alone not recognized

I have a Qidi X-Pro, which has dual extruders. I have everything working pretty well in Cura, except for one weird thing that the printer does.


Cura likes to make the gcode like:


M104 S200

(lots of T0 stuff)


M104 S200

(lots of T1 stuff)


On this printer, however, it doesn't seem to take "T0" and "T1" as standalone commands. So that T1 is ignored and everything happens to T0.


So this correctly sets the T1 temperature to 200:

M104 S200 T1


This does not:


M104 S200


Is there a way to make Cura include the correct T on each line of gcode?

Or, is there a way to make my printer take T1 and T0 to properly apply the following lines?



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    Posted · Cura 5.1 Dual Extruder T0 and T1 alone not recognized

    On further testing, never mind. I see Cura is adding T0 and T1 to the M104s. Not sure how I missed that. I'm printing two calibration cubes together, with a wipe tower, one from T0 and one from T1. It is all working great.


    So, I guess, disregard!



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