Nozzle Temp Is Set To 0 When Printing
My CR-10 V3 printer always sets the nozzle temperature to zero when printing a G-Code file. I've used Creality Slicer and Cura. The file looks like it has 180 for nozzle temp.
It's got to be something easy, but I'm unable to figure it out.
The printer is stock out of the box. I have attached the G-Code file.
@bmayzer check the screen info, for the nozzle temp, what is it? if you preheat PLA, does the nozzle temp rise up?
better provide a pic of the screen.
Thanks for the help.
Set machine to CR-10 S5. I loaded the Benchy boat, set the nozzle temp to 180 and bed temp to 55. Did a Save G-Code to memory card.
Loaded Benchy G-Code in CR-10 V3. Nozzle temp is 0, bed is 55. I can change the nozzle temp after loading Benchy and it will heat to the set temp.
Preheating PLA sets temp to 185, bed to 45. Nozzle does heat up to 185, bed to 45.
I don't know how to attach more than one file so I attached the CR-10 V3 screen picture but not the Slicer picture.. The first few lines of the G-Code is below.
;Sliced at: Wed 16-12-2020 1219
;Basic settings: Layer height: 0.15 Walls: 1.2 Fill: 15
;Print time: 1 hour 58 minutes
;Filament used: 5.175m 15.0g
;Filament cost: None
;M190 S55 ;Uncomment to add your own bed temperature line
;M109 S180 ;Uncomment to add your own temperature line
G21 ;metric values
G90 ;absolute positioning
M82 ;set extruder to absolute mode
M107 ;start with the fan off
G28 X0 Y0 ;move X/Y to min endstops
G28 Z0 ;move Z to min endstops
G1 Z15.0 F3600 ;move the platform down 15mm
G92 E0 ;zero the extruded length
G1 F200 E3 ;extrude 3mm of feed stock
G92 E0 ;zero the extruded length again
;Put printing message on LCD screen
;Layer count: 318
G0 F3600 X121.351 Y139.736 Z0.300
G1 F1200 X122.290 Y139.081 E0.14280
G1 X123.455 Y138.536 E0.30321
G1 X124.630 Y138.248 E0.45411
G1 X126.443 Y138.116 E0.68083
same problem, any solutions?
Mine was a simple problem. When you run a G-Code, the printer is given the nozzle and bed temperature. Then it starts to heat up the bed, after the bed is up to temp the printer starts heating the nozzle.
I was starting the printing process and seeing the bed temp target at the correct value, the nozzle temp at zero. If I had waited until the bed temp goal was reached, the nozzle temp target would have been set to the value in the G-Code and would have started heating.
Bottom line - wait until the bed is up to temp, then the nozzle will heat, at least in my case.
@bmayzer This is the normal process for the printer. The mainboard has to read the commands bylines. Heating bed and nozzle are separate code lines, that is why the nozzle starts to heat until the bed temp is reached.
If you don't wanna wait for the heating, you can either preheat PLA before printing or manually input the nozzle temp value when it is 0.
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