Wrong temperature, Can't see SD card, incorrect message when selecting file

I'm having two problems right now, not sure if they are related.


I'm having three problems right now, not sure if they are related.

  1. The printer is constantly being set to ABS instead of PLA. Suspecting that this may be a setting in the print file which I got from Thingiverse, it's the Prusa Enclosure,file is attached to this paragraph. I found a number of settings in it related to temperature, but not knowing GCode, I'm hesitant to change anything.prusa_enclosure_door-knob_015mm_pet_mk3.gcode (1.7 MB)

  2. Can't see anything on the SD card. I can print from the SD card when using the printer console, but Octoprint doesn't see anything there.

  3. Getting the following message when selecting a file:

Object doesn't fit print volume

Object in prusa_enclosure_cable-clip_015mm_pet_mk3.gcode exceeds the print volume of the currently selected printer profile, be careful when printing this.

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<small>You can disable this check via Settings > Features > "Enable model size detection [...]"</small>

I looked at the file as rendered both in Octoprint and Cura, it is well within the size of the print bed.

These problems persisted through a total restart.

I also have a problem with the print media becoming detached from the print bed, but I'm wondering if that is due to the wrong temperature settings.


Complete Logs

octoprint.log (80.7 KB) serial.log (3.4 KB)
` or output on terminal tab at a minimum, browser error console if UI issue ... no logs, no support! Not log excerpts, complete logs.)


Additional information about your setup

OctoPrint 1.4.2, OctoPi 0.17.0, Creality 3D Pro,, Chrome, Windows 10, ... as much data as possible

Python 2.7.16


gcode-files are printer-specific. A gcode file that is made for a Prusa MK3 is not suitable for a Creality 3D Pro. If you made the gcode file yourself, you will have to configure the slicer you used to use a profile suitable for your printer.