Speeding up an print and Pause

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    Jonny Yeu

    Hi Fernando, yes the M1 command would be fine to use. If you haven't already, please see our page here for Slic3r (http://mm3d.co/slic3r) and Chroma (http://mm3d.co/p2chroma).

    We also have a community of members who created a plugin called P2PP for Slic3r users. You can find more information about this on our Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/mosaic.users/permalink/324923731477535/)

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    Fernando

    Hello again, The pause functions runs really nice.

    Another question, using this plugin for slicer, I don't need anymore chroma or the mosaic's web  slicer?

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    Jonny Yeu

    Hi Fernando, with P2PP, there's no need to use Chroma or CANVAS.

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    Fernando

    Thanks for your tips.

    I'm using a lot p2pp and it runs really good.

    But I still have some pause issues, I think this is an issue with the octoprint (it pauses, but also turns off the servos and i get some layershift after resume).

    Can I use p2pp without octoprint? (using build-inn SD)

    I try this but palette don't reconize files sliced with p2pp.

    Another trouble what I have is that the filament stucks sometimes in the slicer core (I had to order some extra tubes, but it is really expensive). Is this an temperarure issue? this weekend we had high temperatures in Spain, 35 degrees. 

    Thanks.

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    Jonny Yeu

    Hey Fernando, you wouldn't be able to use P2PP without OctoPrint. 

    If you're having filament jam issues, please use Splice Tuning (http://mm3d.co/p2splice-tuning) to find the best settings for your filament. If you're getting jams, it's likely that you're getting thick splices, so please raise the cooling time and lower the Heat time.

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