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MagicALL
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Start and End Gcode

Post by MagicALL » Sun May 26, 2019 4:34 pm

Hi everybody
What line code you use ?
Have you managed to operate the power off function?
M81: ATX Power Off
or it s impossible on this printer

thanks for your help

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Re: Start and End Gcode

Post by William » Mon May 27, 2019 10:05 am

Hi, do you mean this: M85 sets the automatic shutdown time of the 3D printer

When the 3D printer does not receive instruction for a while, the 3D printer (for energy saving) automatically turns off the stepper motor and the equipment such as the extrusion head and the hotbed. With the M85 command, you can set the time to automatically turn off the 3D printer. The parameters include:

Snnn indicates the time in seconds that the stepper motor is not active before the stepper motor is turned off.

If the S parameter is not specified when using M85, or the S0 parameter is used, it means that the automatic shutdown function of the 3D printer is canceled. After the work is completed, the extrusion head, hotbed, etc. will remain in the current state and will not be automatically closed.

The default value of the M85 command is 0 (not automatically turned off). In the firmware configuration, the default value is

#define MAX_INACTIVE_TIME 0L

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Re: Start and End Gcode

Post by MagicALL » Thu May 30, 2019 12:46 pm

Thanks for you reponse
I think after printing is finish you can siwtch off the printer automaticly...
And on LCD they re a " switch power off " option, what is it ?
regards

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Re: Start and End Gcode

Post by vert » Fri May 31, 2019 6:49 am

MagicALL wrote:
Thu May 30, 2019 12:46 pm
Thanks for you reponse
I think after printing is finish you can siwtch off the printer automaticly...
And on LCD they re a " switch power off " option, what is it ?
regards
the features intent is to shut down the PSU when not in use unsure if this feature works.

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