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UM2 pause when multiple objects printing

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Sometimes I must press "continue" to let printing go on when my UM2 finishes the first one of multiple prints. But sometimes it can just complete the whole printing process without any pause. Why does it happen? Is there any control option about multiple prints except the setting in "tool" of cura?

 

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If you dont know how to use it then check in the plugin tab to see if you see the UI of the pause at height. If so then its there and will pause your print.

You can also look into the gcode file that is pausing to see if there is M0 or M1 code somewhere.

Are you printing from the USB or from the SD card?

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