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UM2 change filament at a given height

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I just tried the Pauseatz plugin. But when it reach its position where it should stop the print continues immediately.

here is the G code it writes:

;LAYER:4

G10

;TYPE:CUSTOM

M83

G1 E-5.000000 F6000

G1 X190.000000 Y190.000000 F9000

G1 Z15 F300

M0

G1 E5.000000 F6000

G1 E-5.000000 F6000

G1 Z2.100000 F300

G1 X117.380000 Y53.900000 F9000

G1 E5.000000 F6000

G1 F9000

M82

 

 

Edit: okay, i just found out that the M0/M1 not working on the UM2 at the moment. I also found another thread where this was already discussed. I hope it will be enabled soon.

 

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Are there plans for adding an on-screen-change-filament-feature? Would be very cool! I have a few difficulties changing the filament by myself on an UM2, and in addition there is always a bit filament left in the noozle which i cannot push out by hand (like move material feature)!

 

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