OK, Short story. I bought a TAZ 5 as my first 3D Printer, and had well, not so good a time at it. Lulzbot support was great in that they always got back to me in a timely manner, and with a solution idea. suffice it to say that nothing really worked, and I got really frustrated with my TAZ.
I then bought a Prusa i3 MK2 and loved it from the get-go. I kept thinking “way doesn’t mt TAZ work this well?”
My TAZ sat unused for two plus years until a week or so ago I bought a E3D V6 hotend and a TITAN extruder. I designed a mount for it and, drum roll please…
It works amazing!
I made the new hotend for 1.75mm filament as that is what the i3 uses, however I have a butt-ton of 3mm filament laying around and I am making an E3D/TITAN setup for 3mm as well.
So now to my question (finally, I know, thanks for reading this far). For those who may have more than one hotend setup, and swap then out occasionally, what do you do about the differences in PID, ESteps and such? I guess my solution would be to put GCode into the start file with the changes for the swapped in hotend?
EDIT: BTW, I put this in the software forum, because I see it as a software issue. If it belongs somewhere else please feel free to move it.