I know this question has probably been asked a couple dozen times but I found no recent relevant post - so what happened last night was, I had a print running which took 24h for whatever reason, when I went to bed it had 7h left on the clock - “perfect will be done when I wake up”.
But then… My virus protection software thought - hey would a shame if someone would auto-restart your pc right now to update, right - oh well here we go…
So when I woke up, the printer was just standing still, print not much further than before I went to sleep - opened luban “do you want to resume the previous print?” - “uhh yeah, pls!”
But all that does is to load the last used model back into the 3D panel but no option to actually resume the print as the workspace is empty.
Now it’s one thing that I have to redo the entire print and can throw 17h of work away - the other thing is: the printer was still on this morning - the nozzle was 210 deg the heated bed 60…
Like that’s pretty unsafe and also harmful for the nozzle I’d say.
The printer should realize “I haven’t gotten a single command in the last 15 min imma shut down”
Plus: Luban really needs to be able to resume prints if something like this happens - is there no way to save the current line of the gcode command (line number or smth) to a cache file every time a new command is started, so that if anything happens, luban knows where it stopped?