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Salve a tutti,

ero interessato a provare ad aumentare il retraction speed a 60mm/s.

da CURA utilizzando ultigcode l'impostazione non è visibile, mentre lo è utilizzando RepRap gcode flavor, però utilizzando quest'ultima impostazione non vi è alcuna estrusione.

bisogna modificare in qualche modo lo Start/end gcode?


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Ciao Phil,

Per quale motivo vorresti aumentare la retraction ad un valore cosi elevato? Rischieresti di avere problemi di consumo del filo e non risolveresti il problema dell'oozing.

Comunque da Cura si può modificare se imposti la tua UM come una nuova stampante e metti tu manualmente tutti i settaggi come volume di stampa ecc.

In alternativa dallo schermo LCD puoi modificare la retraction speed.

Fammi sapere.



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