Straight to the chase: if you set the nozzle temperature to zero degrees in Cura, and the printer instead of immediately starting the print at the temperature YOU set on it, it sets the nozzle temperature to 0, then there is a workaround which is not straightforward at all.
As per this forum post:
- Inside Cura, open Help menu and click on Show configuration folder
- close Cura
- open subfolder “definition_changes” inside the configuration folder explorer window that just popped up
- open your printer’s *_settings.inst.cfg in notepad
- identify [values] section and add
machine_nozzle_temp_enabled = False
- start Cura after having saved the modified file
Thank you Ultimaker for making this very intuitive for your users.
But seriously, thank you for the nice free software.