Stop just one extruder during fail in duplication or mirror mode

Pooch
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Stop just one extruder during fail in duplication or mirror mode

Postby Pooch » Sun Aug 07, 2022 6:57 am

In the case of a single side failing in duplication or mirror mode is it possible to terminate just one extruder so the other can still finish? Wasn't seeing an obvious way to do that. Tried turning the feedrate down to 0 on one extruder in the tune menu but apparently that changes both in mirror mode?

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Ryan@Raise3D
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Re: Stop just one extruder during fail in duplication or mirror mode

Postby Ryan@Raise3D » Sat Aug 13, 2022 12:28 am

Unfortunaly the way that the printer runs both print heads at the same time is by running them both in tandem off the same gcode and in this mode any adjustment to one will affect the other as we are modifying the same code.

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Re: Stop just one extruder during fail in duplication or mirror mode

Postby lumenmesh » Sun Aug 21, 2022 2:06 am

Easy way to solve that issue is just removing the filament of the extruder that’s messed up

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Re: Stop just one extruder during fail in duplication or mirror mode

Postby Raise3D_User1 » Mon Oct 03, 2022 9:14 am

Pooch wrote:In the case of a single side failing in duplication or mirror mode is it possible to terminate just one extruder so the other can still finish? Wasn't seeing an obvious way to do that. Tried turning the feedrate down to 0 on one extruder in the tune menu but apparently that changes both in mirror mode?


Just detach the tube on the bad side and cut the filament where it goes into the extruder. You'll get used to doing this if you print a lot on the E2s. There's no elegant way to handle it they way they do mirror mode.


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