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CR-200B Power Loss Recovery feature


edofrola
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The power loss recovery feature cannot be disabled from the user interface, and makes it impossible to print in "vase mode" without manually modifying the gcode to enter the M413 command. Is it possible to provide a firmware version that allows the deactivation of this feature from the UI?


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kevin
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@edofrola Sorry maybe it is a stupid question, but I have no idea why "vase mode" needs to disable the power loss recovery feature.


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edofrola
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@kevin The problem is the same as described here

https://forums.creality3dofficial.com/community/cr-6-se/spiralize-outer-contour-vase-mode-feature-doesnt-work-with-cr-6-se-v2-0-1-3/

The printer continually saves the position, which causes a jerky movement.

An example of incorrect printing is attached

 


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@edofrola First enter the installation path of Cura, then find the resources->definitions folder, then copy the attached UnZip File in this folder, re-open Cura to add models you can see 200B.

Try to use this slice setting.


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edofrola
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Thank you @Kevin, but this didn't solve the problem. I create a dedicated printer profile with the M413 S0 command at the beginning.


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@edofrola So how is it going now? 


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