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I am not entirely sure if this is what you are after, or if it will work, but from this post on Printing From SD Card when printer is turned On While an LCD controller is not needed for auto#.g to work, if you have an LCD controller you can use the MENU_ADDAUTOSTART option to add a menu command that will run the auto0.g, auto1.g, auto2.g whenever you ...


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As far as I can recognize, the g-code file cannot be evaluated by printer firmware. It is expected that slicer software will be aware of tool head selection and process tool changes according to g-code provided in an on-tool change in most slicers. The best way to think about g-code (in RepRap word) is a one-way communication as the file is not treated as ...


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Basically you need to write a G-code file yourself. This is a plain text file with a .g extension. You need to home the printer with G28, then move the Y axis all the way forward (for a Prusa style printer) with G1 F1500 Y{ymax} (where {ymax} is the length of the bed). Now raise the head with a similar command G1 F500 Z{zmax} (where {zmax} is the height of ...


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Stefan from CNC kitchen already did it: https://github.com/CNCKitchen/3D-Printer-Vibration


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I don't know what you would like to achieve. As @typo mentioned there is similar functionality which triggers at printer startup: https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin/wiki/Autostart I found in Marlin's source code that you can enable that autostart feature to be triggered from menu. Just enable MENU_ADDAUTOSTART in Configuration_adv.h. If you really ...


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