Temperature raise after print on S3D

which temperature do you have at the end of a print with simplify 3d?

Mine raise until 270 and stay until I stop the printer...

I think it could cause clog when stop it at the morning. (The end of a print is always later than expected Because the duration estimation is totally false since the extruder multiplier is at 22 I assume....)

What script do you use to tell the extruder to stop?

M104 S0 seems to be ununderstood by the printer...


That temperature is likely dangerous to you (because of PTFE contained in the nozzle) and bad for the equipment.

Tiertime published the beginnings of a S3D profile on these forums (stickied) and the gcode in there clearly says:

M109 ;switch off extruder

M191 ;switch off heated bed

G28 X-2 Y2; home axes

G28 Z-2; home Z

M2 ;end of program

I personally use this at the moment:

M109 ;switch off extruder

M191 ;switch off heated bed

G91 ;relative positioning

G1 E-22.5 F300  ;retract the filament a bit before lifting the nozzle, to release some of the pressure

G1 Z+0.5 E-112.5 F9000 ;move Z up a bit and retract filament even more

G90 ;absolute positioning

G1 Z{machine_height} F1000 ; move Z axis to the top

G1 X0 Y0 F5000 ; move the extruder out of the way

M2 ;end of program

Of course {machine_height} should be your nozzle offset. Which is different from Cetus Studio if you use G28 in your start/end gcode, btw. If you use G28 in your start and/or end gcode, you'll need to keep track of the nozzle offset for that separately from Cetus Studio's.

Regarding the PTFE in the nozzle: is there any suggestion/information on how to make the Cetus print higher-temperature materials, as the Nozzle needs to at least be modified for that? Thanks.