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Startcode in Simplify3d won´t work

Posted by donandi 
Startcode in Simplify3d won´t work
July 12, 2015 04:31AM
Hey guys,

after upgrading to S3D V3.0 my startcode isn´t working anymore. i have to click force next so that the print starts.
and when i do, its much too fast. i compared the settings for the print speed, they are the same.

so, does anyone have a working configuration or can guess a stard code?

should go to front middle, then heat up bed, heat up extruder, and then print. wiping the nozzle isnt necessary,
i print 3 skirtlines to fill and clean the nozzle

thanks in advance
Re: Startcode in Simplify3d won´t work
July 12, 2015 05:58AM

If you had working start GCode in one version of S3D, and an update has broken it, It is probably best that you ask in a forum specifically aimed at S3D.

Neil Darlow

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Printing with Mendel90 from fedora 25 using Cura, FreeCAD, MeshLab, OpenSCAD, Skeinforge and Slic3r tools.
Re: Startcode in Simplify3d won´t work
July 12, 2015 06:04AM
hi, yeah, sounds reasonable. but i thought one of the users here might have the same problem. i´m sorry.

can i ask for a working stardcode? let´s think my startcode doesn´t work at all
Re: Startcode in Simplify3d won´t work
July 13, 2015 03:53AM
I have no idea how S3D works but here is my start gcode (I use Slic3r):
; ***** Ooze-free unattended start with wipe, front edge (LEDs ON) *****
G90					; Set positioning to absolute
G21					; Set units to millimeters (if required?)
G28					; Home all axes
G92 E0					; Reset extruder
M42 S255 P28				; Turn on the gantry LEDs on FET 1
G1 Z200 X-45 Y95 F12000			; Move above block point
M190 S[first_layer_bed_temperature]	; Pre-heat the bed & wait as it takes longer
M117 Remove insulation!
M104 S[first_layer_temperature]		; Start heating the extruder before lowering the nozzle
G1 Z0.1 X-45 Y95 F12000			; Lower to block point and block nozzle
M109 S[first_layer_temperature]		; Wait for extruder to reach first layer temperature
G4 S120					; Wait another 120 seconds for nozzle length to stabilise
G1 E3					; Extrude 3 mm of filament
G1 X45 Y95 F12000			; Wipe nozzle across the bed
G1 Z1 					; Raise nozzle to 1 mm ready to begin main sequence
G92 E0					; Reset extruder
M201 X2000 Y2000 			; max acceleration in X and Y
M117 Printing...

Printing three skirts takes longer and uses up more bed space so I've no idea why you'd want to do that over a quick wipe at the beginning but I'm sure you can work out which bits you need to remove if you don't want the wipe.
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