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When printing true doodle3d and a second print is started the

nozzle stays cold.

This can be a Doodle3D Problem.

I have a UM0, two heads, heated bed, ultimaker controller.

Cura 15.02.1 and a Doodle3d box.

Cura detects the Doodle3D box.

After slicing I hit the top middle button it says print with

Doodle3D. After a popup window saying:

Printer found waiting for print command.

Temperature: 23 Bed: 19

And a print button.

After hitting the button I see the bet is going to 70 C

Nozzle still 23

The gcode is send to the Doodle3D box and the heated

bed starts to rise in temperature.

The temp is displayed in the ulticontroller and in the pop-up window.

After the bed has reached the set temperature the nozzle temp starts

rising. When it reached the set temp printing starts normally.

So far so good.

After printing the nozzle and bed cools down to room temp.

Cura shows the initial pop-up window with the print button.

After hitting the print button again the bed rises in temp.

Cura is sending the gcode again. After the bed set temp is

reached...

Nothing happens. Nozzle stays cool!

Then after a few minutes the printer starts, even when the

nozzle is still cold!!!

Pulling the USB between printer and Doodle3D and switching

the printer off. Closing cura.

Note:Doodle3D is still powered.

Starting cura, load model, slicing starts, hitting the cura

middle button, pop-up shows, hit print button, cura send gcode,

Bed heats up and then...

Nozzle stays cool!

This problem might be in Doodle3D.

Can someone confirm this.

Should I post this on the Doodle3D forum?

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