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Posted · Layer Delay

Hi,

How can I change some G-code so that there is a delay after every layer is finished? I know that this probably wouldn't be a change within the start.gcode. So how can I make this change?

Thanks in advance

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Posted · Layer Delay

You can use cool head lift in cura under advanced and cooling fan settings. to make it work on every layer you can adjust the minimum layer time.

You can also use this modifier found here: https://www.youmagine.com/designs/edit-cool-head-lift-value-for-small-layer-blocks made by xisle that allows you to adjust the time it pauses for every layer. if you use the default one its defined by the time it takes to print each layer.

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