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    Temp setting on PC vs Printer

    I'm new to 3D printing, in CURA it lets me select the nozzle temp say 200, on my CR10 it also has a temp setting, i wold assume it sets my printer to what i set in CURA?

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    Super Moderator curious aardvark's Avatar
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    usually the temperature for printing is set by the gcode.

    Temperature settings on the printer are mainly for changing filament. Well that's all i've ever used them for.

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    I use the Printer temp to set as preheat, while preparing the model. Ready to Print start with a preheat.
    Slice part sent to printer, start print from this preheated state. Can be used to change current color filament.

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    true, if I'm doing a pre-heat. I usually do it via the simplify3d control panel.

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