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    • The 'beep' is a part of the JellyBOX print sequence and signals the end of pre-heating.

    • You can simply remove the beep from any desired gcode file, and/or you can set your Cura slicer not to include the beep in the first place. We will cover both methods.

  1. Gcode is a language that allows us to pass instructions to the JellyBOX with so called  'commands'.
    • Gcode is a language that allows us to pass instructions to the JellyBOX with so called 'commands'.

    • Command M300 makes the JellyBOX beep for example.

  2. Open the gcode file with a plain text editor such as Notepad or TextEdit. Find the  lines that contain "M300..." in the JellyBOX Start Script section.
    • Open the gcode file with a plain text editor such as Notepad or TextEdit.

    • Find the lines that contain "M300..." in the JellyBOX Start Script section.

    • Put a ";" in front of these lines - this will disable the beep!

    • Save the file and you're done.

  3. Open Cura.
    • Open Cura.

    • Go to Settings > Printer > Manage Printers

    • Click on Machine Setting

  4. In the Start G-code section, find the M300 lines and put ";" in front of them. From now on, any newly sliced files fill not beep :-)
    • In the Start G-code section, find the M300 lines and put ";" in front of them.

    • From now on, any newly sliced files fill not beep :-)

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