I am using a flashforge creator pro with slic3r. I have been ignoring my left nozzle because I have been unsuccessful at dual prints. I just got some PETG and thought I would load it on the left nozzle. When I ran the first test print I noticed that on the second layer it starts heating up the right nozzle. Does anyone have any idea what is happening?
I setup slic3r using this site. and I am running the latest sailfish firmware
EDIT: I was able to find a work around. In the ‘start G-code’ I changed one line
“M109 S[first_layer_bed_temperature] T0; heat bed up to first layer temperature”
was chaged to this:
“M109 S[first_layer_bed_temperature] T1; heat bed up to first layer temperature”
then ‘filament settings’ under ‘temperature’ I changed the ‘other layers’ from 230 to 0.
I lose the temperature change on the first layers as a trade off so a better solution is still desirable.