PING PONG LIST on SD Card

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    Jonny Yeu

    Hi RC Timpi, I will forward this request to our team but if you're using a CANVAS Hub, this information can be easily downloaded after a print and can be monitored on the OctoPrint interface.

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    RC Timpi

    No, i don´t use the Canvas Hub.

    It would be very helpful if the list write on the SD Card.

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    RC Timpi

    Is there anything news about the PP List on the SD Card?

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    Jonny Yeu

    No news as of yet. Once I receive news about this feature, I'll be sure to update this thread.

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    Redemptioner1

    @ RC Timpi 

    "i don´t use the Canvas Hub." 

    - What a smart cookie

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    Gavin Sturrock

    it only let's me download the pings not the pongs

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    Alina

    Hey Gavin Sturrock, while you can download your ping data, it is true that there is no built in feature to download the pong data. Ping data is most important for calibration (mm3d.co/ping-pong) whereas pong data rarely needs to be analyzed, but we can definitely consider implementing this feature in the future.  

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    Gavin Sturrock

    My ping says 112 percent. Does that mean it made too much of the first color of filament?

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    Alina

    Gavin Sturrock A high ping means your printer extruded more filament than was dictated in the GCode, which could be due to the print speed on your first layer (a slower print speed can cause over extrusion). If you'd like, you can send us your full ping data to support@mosaicmfg.com and we can better assess what the issue is - if this is for your first calibration print, a photo of the keychain and tower (top and bottom) would be very helpful as well! 

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