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When I need to print higher-temp filament at 225 °C the nozzle temp turns off for just a second but this is enough to send the temp down to about 200 °C before it recovers to print temp. This jams up the nozzle and I get stringing as it tries to print the brim. Sometimes this is no big deal, other times I have to start over. I can't find any control in Cura for this; my initial print and final temps are all at 225 °C. Seems like some auto-program for the initial homing in the firmware or something.

I'm using a BLTouch.

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  • $\begingroup$ Looks like you should do PID Autotune for higher temperature. $\endgroup$
    – kosteklvp
    Commented Dec 17, 2022 at 8:39

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