@rick and @peterp
I had a quick look at the GCODE. It is a nice tower but there is only 1 temperature change in this CGODE. It starts off on line 201 and 202 with;
201: M104 S210 T0
202: M109 S210 T0
Then it drops the temperature to 205 degrees at line 308 (this is on layer 2 (second layer after the table bed / initial layer.
308: M104 S205
Thus, you have a nice tower model with different numbers on but the temperature is constant at 205 after the initial layer of 210 degrees Celcius.
@peterp, do you have a text editor and do you know how to edit the GCODE for different temperatures?
Attached/following is GCODE I used to do a temperature gradient for my new filament (190-220). I took the original model from Thingiverse:
It is a nice model with overhangs and the required features to test at different temperatures. Since my filament only ranges from 190 to 220, I used MeshMixer to cut the model and only keep the 220 to 190. A bit of a bad cut since it has some of the 185 numbers on it, but I cut it such that Snapmaker slices it to 280 levels (40 per temperature). I then used Snapmaker to slice my model and produce the GCODE with the Normal settings. Using a text editor (TextPad to be precise), I edited the GCODE and added the temperature changes at Levels 40,80 etc. I used the M109 command that sets the temperature and waits until the temperature is reached.
If you need the full range of temperatures, please feel free to contact me or download the Thingiverse files and slice and edit it yourself. My make on Thingiverse:
Waldo’s Temperature Calibration for Snapmaker
Step_Calibration 220-190 280 slices Temps.gcode (2.2 MB)