The next thing we'll have to update is your printer's E-steps-per-mm.
Your slicer will generate G-Code for your printer, which will tell it to extrude a certain length (in millimeters) of filament. Your printer takes those lengths of filament and calculates how much it should rotate your Titan's stepper motor to push out the expected amount filament. This number is used to make that conversion
First, we'll start with a ball-park estimate of your E-steps-per-mm, and then we'll fine-tune it.
If you're using the standard Titan compact but powerful motor, start with 837 Steps-per-mm
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