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Revision to Pressure advance

Jason Znack

Another option is to use the Marlin K factor script and modifying it as described here: https://forum.duet3d.com/topic/15131/tune-pressure-advance-using-the-marlin-generator-and-notepad
-Alternatively, the following method is proven to work.
+Another option still is this detailed method described here: https://forum.duet3d.com/topic/14525/guide-pressure-advance-calibration-bowden-tube-only
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+=== Simplest Method Possible ===
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+Alternatively, the following method is proven to work, but requires you use post processing or manually edit the gcode file.
The most simple method of tuning pressure advance is to slice a 100mm cube, 1 bottom layer, 1 or 2 perimeters, and minimal or no infill. Ensure cooling is adequate for printing an object with very short layer times. Ensure the Z seam is aligned to a single point on the middle of a face. Use a print speed close to your normal print speed. Ensure your extruder steps per mm has been calibrated. Ensure any wipe and coasting settings are disabled in the slicer.
This script will insert a new M572 value every 25 layers. You can customize it by changing the S value at the end.
-== Interpreting the Results ==
+=== Interpreting the Results ===
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