End Code not working



  • Hi all,
    Got my CR-6SE a few weeks ago, and for the most part, I've been very satisfied. One issue I'm having is it will not accept the end code (I'm using Cura 4.7.1) This end code works fine with the Ender-3, but not at all with the CR-6 SE. Instead of the bed moving out to present the print, it goes to X0 Y0 instead X0 Y220, and there is no audible "beep" when finished. What gives?
    Thanks,
    Ed

    End code follows --------------------------------

    G91 ;Relative positionning
    G1 E-2 F2700 ;Retract a bit
    G1 E-2 Z0.2 F2400 ;Retract and raise Z
    G1 X5 Y5 F3000 ;Wipe out
    G1 Z10 ;Raise Z more
    G90 ;Absolute positionning

    G1 X0 Y220 F2700 ;Present print
    M106 S0 ;Turn-off fan
    M104 S0 ;Turn-off hotend
    M140 S0 ;Turn-off bed

    M84 X Y E ;Disable all steppers but Z

    M300 S294 P200 ;D4: 294
    M117 All Done! :Display status



  • @admin said in End Code not working:

    Dear @RedlLegEd

    I double-checked this with our engineer, here is the answer:
    You can install the slicing software on the SD card, and then select CR-6/CR-6 SE in the model. The End code in this model can be used normally, and there is no need to set the code by yourself

    Hello,
    Thanks for the response, but your answer makes absolutely no sense to me. On a Windows machine, you cannot install the slicer software (Creality, Cura, Prusa, etc.) strictly on the SD card. Even if you can, I still want to change or add to the existing end code to perform actions I want after the print is complete. Does that make sense? More simply put, why does the Ender 3 allow the use of end codes in the gcode, yet the CR-6SE does not?
    Thanks,
    Ed



  • Dear @RedlLegEd

    I double-checked this with our engineer, here is the answer:
    You can install the slicing software on the SD card, and then select CR-6/CR-6 SE in the model. The End code in this model can be used normally, and there is no need to set the code by yourself



  • I have a similar issue.

    I would be happy to have printed object presented, with Y235, as my Ender3 does.

    The CR6 instead, when the gcode file is completed, the nozzle return at X0 Y0, keeping the object on behind, making the access more difficult than required. Why does the printer that?



  • Hi. Since you said the CR-6SE does not support End Code commands, can you tell me is there a way to program an audible signal that the print is completed? Also, will Creality ever set up the CR-6SE to accept end codes?
    Thanks,
    Ed



  • Hi,
    Could you please clarify? Does the CR-6SE not support any End Code commands from the slicer, or just parts of it? If parts, which parts? Final question, so how can I modify the code so the printer does what I want at the end of the print?
    Thanks,
    Ed



  • Dear @RedlLegEd

    CR-6SE does not support the end code command


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