Last one, I promise. Last one because this may be the minimum necessary, like the ZigZag solution, but cooler.
|You know... for kids.|
- Locate your start.gcode files (under your ReplicatorG directory at\ReplicatorG\replicatorg-0037\machines\replicator.)
- Make copies of these files as backups or edit the copies.
- Open either Single_Head_start.gcode or Dual_Head_start.gcode depending on your machine or edit them both if you're not sure (or want to be consistent).
- Locate the (Position Nozzle) line under the (**** end homing ****) line.
- Replace the (Position Nozzle) line and the lines that follow with this:
G0 Z0.14 (Position Height)
M108 R4.0 (Set Extruder Speed)
M101 (Start Extruder)
G1 X-107.79 Y-61.6 Z0.14 F1080.0 (4)
G1 X-98.93 Y-68.03 Z0.14 F1080.0 (1)
G1 X-102.31 Y-57.63 Z0.14 F1080.0 (3)
G1 X-105.7 Y-68.03 Z0.14 F1080.0 (5)
G1 X-96.84 Y-61.6 Z0.14 F1080.0 (2)
(**** end of Dual_Head_start.gcode ****)
Update: Discovered how to get rid of the little blob that I have to cut off. Found it when I upgraded to Sailfish. The trick is to go into your gCode settings, find the Fill plugin and change the thread sequence to do Loops->Perimeter->Infill. That way the first line it draws in not the outside one and the blob is hidden one layer in.