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Cura 14.10 RC6 and TweakAtZ problem

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Posted · Cura 14.10 RC6 and TweakAtZ problem

Hi all,

Just read on an other topic that someone had something similar to me.

I tried a print with TweakAtZ (used two times) on the latest Cura and this is what i got:

When i start the print, the bed is leveled up immediately and the print starts without heating.

I tried slicing a model again (did not print it) and this is the first difference i see i the gcode:

Without Tweak At Z:

 

;FLAVOR:UltiGCode

;TIME:7616

;MATERIAL:17606

;MATERIAL2:0

 

;Layer count: 288

 

With TweakAtZ:

 

;FLAVOR:UltiGCode

;TIME:<__TIME__>

;MATERIAL:<FILAMENT>

;MATERIAL2:<FILAMEN2>

 

;Layer count: 288

 

Could this be the problem?

 

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Posted · Cura 14.10 RC6 and TweakAtZ problem

Could this be the problem?

 

Yes. The UM2 looks at the "MATERIAL" lines to know which hotends (in case of dual-extrusion) to heatup. With no values there, the UM2 decides that it does not need to heatup anything.

 

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Posted · Cura 14.10 RC6 and TweakAtZ problem

A quick check showed that the plugin gets the temporary file from Cura like this. There is not much I can do from the plugin side... Daid?

 

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Posted · Cura 14.10 RC6 and TweakAtZ problem

Yes, most likely a bug on the Cura side. I'll check to see where this can go wrong.

 

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Posted · Cura 14.10 RC6 and TweakAtZ problem

So if i copy the first lines from the normal gcode it would be useable thanks for the feedback

 

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