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Guten Morgen Community,

habe jetzt nicht wirklich die Suche hier in den Foren benutzt und was ich gefunden habe - naja, das hilft nicht wirklich weiter.

Ich suche das Originalscript (start/stop) vom Ultimaker 2, da ich Simplify3D anpassen möchte.

Das Startprocedere von Cura gefällt uns besser. Es ist gut, wenn der Printhead vorne ist und nicht in irgendeiner Ecke, ganz hinten sitzt :-).

Danke für Eure Rückmeldungen im Voraus.

Übrigens funktionieren unsere Drucker prima, Dank Eurer Ratschläge.

Happy Printing





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Hi Peter,

es gibt leider kein original script für den UM2. Dort wird quasi in firmware hardgecoded was der Drucker am Anfang/Ende machen soll. Daid (der Entwickler von Cura und Mitenwickler der Firmware) hatte aber in irgendeinen der posts bereits angedeutet (in pseudo gcode) was der UM2 da macht.


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