You need to do a PID to calibrate the sensor and helps keep it in range without too much variation . The sensor should be fairly accurate within a certain percentage points of the target. The only real way to know is to take a readings with a known calibrated sensor. It doesn’t have to be that precise, manufacturers give a range to print at. You can do a heat tower to find the best temperature for that filament. /When printing you can tell if it’s too far off by layers not adhering, not hot enough, or burning the filament. PT1000 is good for higher temperatures, that thermistors don’t work at, but I have read that they aren’t as accurate (haven’t verified that statement). If the temperatures seem too far off, just replace the sensor
I know this is a late response but for others. For Simplify3d slicer, Settings>G-Code (tab) > G -Code options> Relative extrusion distances
On version BLTouch V3.1 there is no trace to cut
The latest version of RRF no longer uses M305, they now use M308. This section needs updating. Also you say reduce the H parameter until it reports an error when disconnected, but you don’t state a H value in your example. Also, would make it clearer to say it uses the onboard 4.7K resister, otherwise someone could interpret it as meaning you have to add a resister in series.
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