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Confirmation of Retraction Setting overwrite and Dual Print Head settings?


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Posted · Confirmation of Retraction Setting overwrite and Dual Print Head settings?

I am trying to dial in for stringing,  which setting trumps the other.  Filament settings that are set for specific loaded filament or the print settings for the sliced profile?  If filament is set at 5mm and retraction speed of 35mm/s and the print profile is set for 2mm and 20mm/s, and you slice the stl, what will the retraction actually be?  

 

Next, can you set up different print and travel speeds for a dual extruder based on the material in use?  Another words I want to print slow on my PLA 30mm/s and Faster 50mm/s on my PVA or Break away PLA, as I want better print quality and not really care what the support looks like.  Problem is when I try and set it in the print profile it over writes the other nozzle also.

 

Thanks in advance for the information.

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