This video shows a 3D printer (Type A Machine Series 1) do a wipe at the start of the print job.
Is there any way to do this with the Taz 5? I know my beginning scripts do an auto-home, and that always seems to leave a bit of extruded filament on the nozzle, dirtying/gumming it over time. I’d love to be able to start a job without having to synchronize a tweezer movement to clean the head before it starts the skirts.
Also, more of a hardware question… what’s the best way to clean the nozzle’s exterior? Wipe or scrape gently down when hot? Acetone when cool? Thanks!