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CURA 15.02.1Bed Temperature Settings are Wrong in G-Code


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Posted · CURA 15.02.1Bed Temperature Settings are Wrong in G-Code

I set the bed temperature in Cura to 70 and the G-code is written as M190 S56.0. I set it to 75 and it's in the G-code set to 61. It's 15 degrees off for some reason. This happens repeatedly and predictably for the most part. I have had it set the right temperature in G-code only a very small percentage of the time.

 

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    Posted · CURA 15.02.1Bed Temperature Settings are Wrong in G-Code

    I use Cura mostly in ultigcode mode but Daid added a feature recently where it heats the bed *most* of the way to full temp before heating the nozzle. Then he heats the bed and the nozzle the remaining amount. So maybe this is now implemented in gcode also.

    Is there a second M190 later on in the gcode? Or a M140? M190 is "set temp and wait until it gets there". M140 is "set temp but don't wait".

     

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