Simplify3D sliced on a Windows 10 computer and transferred to Octoprint.
When running the print through Octoprint, it works fine up until the very end. Once the last layer has printed a communication error pops up indicating the the printer keeps requesting line XXXXXX again and again, and communication is stuck. It then disconnects but leaves the print head where it was last positioned. This results in the hot head melting the material in the immediate area, and if I don't catch it in time, not only does it create a localize blob, but it also becomes stuck to the head.
A newbie, so haven't done too much. Did search for possible fixes in the forum and online, swapped out USB cables, reloaded the program and even subscribed to the developer Octoprint 1.4.0 rc4
serial.log or output on terminal tab, ... no logs, no support)
Example GCODE file
[Octoprint Log.log|attachment](upload://vrcLec11DJQrfjg5KMN_3DBenchy.gcode (2.6 MB) eHKqtoPJ.log) (9.7 KB)
OctoPrint version - Octoprint 1.4.0 rc4
OctoPi version - Version 0.17.0, running on Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Rev 1.2
Simplifiy#D Version 4.1.2
printer - QIDI X-one2
firmware - RepRap (Marlin/Repetier/Sprinter)