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HI All,

I try to print a model,the extruder degHotend is difficult equal degTargetHotend,so that even if my machine degTargetHotend equal degHotend the machine can't start print,how can i fix it?

 

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Hello fellow Bostoner.

There are 4 ways to print:

A:USB, B:SD card

1: Cura to Ultigcode mode (machine settings)

2: Cura set to reprap mode (machine settings)

If you are printing mode 1B (ultigcode SD card) like you should - then after the temperature gets close (over 180C) go to TUNE menu and change the target temp by 1C then when you are happy with the temperature, exit TUNE menu and it should start printing even if not at the correct temp.

If you are printing mode 2B you can set the temp in Cura to 0C and control the temp on the machine and it won't wait for exact equal temp.

 

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Hello fellow Bostoner.

There are 4 ways to print:

A:USB, B:SD card

1: Cura to Ultigcode mode (machine settings)

2: Cura set to reprap mode (machine settings)

If you are printing mode 1B (ultigcode SD card) like you should - then after the temperature gets close (over 180C) go to TUNE menu and change the target temp by 1C then when you are happy with the temperature, exit TUNE menu and it should start printing even if not at the correct temp.

If you are printing mode 2B you can set the temp in Cura to 0C and control the temp on the machine and it won't wait for exact equal temp.

 

tks gr5,

the method sounds difficult,how can i change the marlin code to fix it ?

 

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