Well, I ran out of filament faster than I thought so I experimented with this. So others know, if you press the button, it operates just like I mentioned above. The print pauses, it moves the print head way out of the way, then it tells you to remove the filament in about 5 seconds, then asks you to load the filament, then it will ask you to press the button again. At this point, it moves the print head back and starts printing again.
I looks like it would really well, I just let the filament get too short so I couldn’t pull it out. I’m not sure if it’s an implementation of advi3++ or Marlin, but if you could add two buttons to this, it would be so much easier for those that are not fast. If there could be a “unload” button and then a “load filament” button, that would be awesome. Maybe it works great as it is, if I just had about an inch of filament sticking out. But unfortunately, I had to take the print head apart since it was flush with the nozzle and beyond the gears in order to fix the issue. If there was a ‘load filament’ button, I was thinking maybe I could get the gears to turn on to force it in, but there wasn’t and couldn’t.
In any case, it’s much better than previous implementations of doing the swap!