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Have to reload filament if printing the same print?

All, do I have to unload the filament after a print if I plan on printing the same print again?

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the Palette will cut the last piece so it ends up just before the extruder drive wheel. You’ll need to remove that piece of filament, and the Palette will build the “initial” run of filament to feed the extruder again.

You don’t need to remove anything from the Palette inputs though, I keep most of mine fed from a dry-box via PFTE tubes (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:511326...). THe palette will automatically re-check each input to make sure the material is still there, but you don’t need to remove it.

you absolutely must unhook the outgoing tube from your extruder though, as the initial fed filament will stick out a bit for the first feeding of the extruder drive.

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