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Posted · does Cura overrides Um2 Settings

Dear All

 

I would like to know if the settings on cura , are passed to ultimaker 2+ when printing, namely temperature, fan cooling speed etc... In know some are, like layer thickness, fill pattern, type of adhesion (brim raft, etc....) . Once the file is in printing mode if we go to tune and adjust the speed,  or temperature, of fan cooling, does that overrides the slicer indications?

 

Thks 

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    Posted · does Cura overrides Um2 Settings
    14 hours ago, MPestana said:

    if we go to tune and adjust the speed,  or temperature, of fan cooling, does that overrides the slicer indications?

    Yes. The "tune" settings start at what is currently printing. You change the "live" value.

     

    I think that once the gcode file specifies a new temperature or cooling fan value, that may override what you tuned. The speed change in the tune menu works a bit different than the other two values you mention and it is mostly a "multiplier" for the speeds in the gcode.

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    Posted · does Cura overrides Um2 Settings
    On 2/20/2023 at 8:02 AM, ahoeben said:

    Yes. The "tune" settings start at what is currently printing. You change the "live" value.

     

    I think that once the gcode file specifies a new temperature or cooling fan value, that may override what you tuned. The speed change in the tune menu works a bit different than the other two values you mention and it is mostly a "multiplier" for the speeds in the gcode.

    Thank you for the explanation

    Regards

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