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Why this is so confusing?

why the splice tuning parameters don’t transfer from canva to the palette? and why do you have to set the tuning between drive 1 and 2 and again between drive 2 and 1?

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Hi Katy! Which version of Palette are you using?

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it is palette 3 pro

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Did you ever receive an answer? I see none here but did they email instead?

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Unfortunately, you currently cannot save your splice tuning settings on your Palette. We are looking into implementing this in a future firmware update!

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@hana , Just so I am clear. There is a place on the brick (P3P) to enter splice settings. Do I need to make what I have in Canvas match to P3P or does Canvas override whatever is in P3P?

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Katy,

If I understand the question, the splice settings are configured in Canvas under the material profiles, then you select the material in each drive. Often you have to define both directions of splicing as say ABS->PETG might not be the same settings as PETG->ABS.
The splice tuning guides cover a lot of this with slight variation between Pallet devices

For ‘custom’ print modes (Multi-spool, random, etc) you just define the splice parameters once at the start of the print on P3P assuming it all runs on the same material, not sure about the other models.

It’s a royal shame they can’t save the splice settings to Canvas after tuning. As kindly as I’m able to say it- I’m looking forward to all the promises of this next major update.

Cheers

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Katy Etemad will be eternally grateful.
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