Is there any way to stop the automatic zero before a print? I had a print fail over night due to a filament break. I wanted to restart the print by removing the first 30 or so mm of g-code and start the print there. I removed any zero commands from the g-code file. I started by zeroing the Z axis with pronterface off to the side clear of the print then brought it back to 30mm with jog on the lcd. Then home X they Y > start the heater > play modified file from SD by LCD. Then It tries to zero all axis. with X and Y in zero position the print will hit the Y carriage. It seems like the software should know the positions of the head by following the above so its there any way around re-running it? Or another solution?
My next solution would be to hold the z endstop during the zero process but then i would need to re write the code with new z heights. That however sounds like a very boring several hours.