JoeJ wrote:I found that I want the ooze shield to continue for the entire print, because my second extruder keeps oozing the entire time. If I stopped it too early, the other extruder would just make a mess on the part, which is what I'm trying to avoid.
You could try making 2 processes if you really wanted to get around it, but it's doing exactly what I want for my dual extrusion prints
I do that on some parts, too, especially when both extruders are active for most of the print.
But on other parts, where the second extruder is used only very early in the print, it makes more sense to turn off the second extruder and stop printing the ooze shield after the last tool change. Adding a process to turn down the temperature on the second extruder works fine; but using the same process to turn off the ooze shield has no effect.
If you know a way to do it, please share your method -- maybe I'm missing something.