What values can be changed during printing

During the printing process, you can make some changes to certain parameters. However, it is important to note that these changes will not be saved in the original .gcode file and will be temporary. In addition, making changes during printing is considered an experimental practice and is not recommended to ensure repeatability of the printing process.

The following are the parameters that you can change during printing:

FEEDRATE: You can adjust the print speed during the printing process. This parameter affects the speed at which the extruder moves along the X, Y, and Z axes.

FLOW: Flow refers to the amount of plastic material extruded during printing. You can adjust the flow during printing to increase or decrease the amount of material deposited.

FAN: You can adjust the speed of the cooling fans during printing. This can be useful for controlling the cooling of the printed material.

TEMPERATURE: You can change the nozzle, build bed, and hot chamber temperatures during printing.

TO CHANGE THE TEMPERATURE PARAMETERS (NOZZLES, BED, HOT CHAMBER):

  • Click the corresponding tile on the monitoring screen.
  • Type the new target value on your keyboard.
  • Confirm the change.
  • Check that the target temperature updates (this may take a few seconds).

TO CHANGE THE SPEED, FLOW, AND FAN PARAMETERS (USING THE TUNE MENU):

  • During printing, click the TUNE button.
  • Choose the parameter you want to change and select it. The selected parameter will be highlighted.
  • Once highlighted, turn the knob located on the side of the screen to adjust the value.
  • Click on the knob to confirm the change.