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Is it possible on the UM2 to change the original temperature from 210 to 220 degree? and where can you do this in Cura 14.06.1?

 

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Posted · Change original temp

Do you want to change it on the fly? Then you can use the 'Tune' menu on your UM2. You also can adjust the temperature before print in the Materials settings.

If you want to change it at a certain height of your print, the TweakAtZ plugin in Cura is maybe a good choice...

 

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Posted · Change original temp

Thank you for help I used the customize setting option to change standard 210 to 220 degrees.

 

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