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I'm using Marlin 1.1.9 and I configured it like ElectroFlux said below.
Question: in slic3r, do I kneed to put a M280 command in the "tool change gcode" or do Marlin recognize that the servo should rotate when it sees that the gcode goes from E0 to E1 (or vice versa) and so leave the tool change gcode box empty? Is there any special thing to do in slic3r (besides selecting which stl each hotend should print) I should know about?
Thanks a lot!