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Changing filament colors

I've done it a few ways depending on the desired effect I'm after. Manually pausing the machine is what seems to come out best. If you design for it, you can sometimes have it pause while it's over ...
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Changing filament colors

Cura's "Filament change" post-process script relies on the insertion of the G-code M600. This only works when your printer manufacturer has activated this ...
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Changing filament colors

Manually pause and immediately do an X-home or Y-home so nozzle is not over the work. Swap filament. Repeat an X-home and a Y-home to assure printer knows where the nozzle is (it's possible to disturb ...
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How to tune Longer LK5 Pro for smoother prints?

Looking up your printer, one thing I noticed is that it has power loss recovery. This feature writes to the SD card at the start of each new layer, stalling the print for at least a significant ...
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How to tune Longer LK5 Pro for smoother prints?

230 is very hot for PLA+ and the pictures look like it's printing too hot for a start. It's hard to tell if there are other issues until that basic one has been cleared up. Where did you get the ...
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