I have Octoprint running but having issues with Cura in that the sliced files sent to my Monoprice Flashforge Creator. When I send the sliced file it starts in the bottom left corner and when check to use 0,0 the print moves to the center but the bed moves to the bottom. Even exporting a Profile to the RPi via Octo results with the same issue.

Not sure were to go to get help or where to start.

Here is my GCODE

M136 ; start build
M73 P0
G90 ; absolute coordinates
; set temperatures and assert Vref
M140 S{print_bed_temperature}
M104 S{print_temperature} T0
G130 X118 Y118 A118 B118 ; set stepper motor Vref to defaults
; let the Z stepper vref stay at eeprom level (probably 40)
; home and recall eeprom home position
T0 ; home on the right nozzle
G28 X Y Z ; home all axes at homing speed
G92 X0 Y0 Z0 A0 B0 ; set all coords to 0 for now
G1 Z5 F500 ; move Z 5mm away so we can carefully hit the limit switch
G161 Z F100 ; home Z slowly
M132 X Y Z ; recall stored home offsets for XYZ axes
; wait for heat up
G1 X110 Y-72 Z30 F3300 ; move to waiting position
M116 ; wait for temps
; purge and wipe
G92 E0 ; set current extruder position as 0 so that E15 below makes sense
G1 X110 Y-70 Z0.2 F2400.0 ; move to just on the bed
G1 X110 Y70 E15 F1200.000 ; extrude a line of filament along the right edge of the bed
G92 E0 ; set E to 0 again because the slicer’s next extrusion is relative to this 0
; Sliced at: {day} {date} {time}
; Basic settings: Layer height: {layer_height} Walls: {wall_thickness} Fill: {fill_density}
; Print time: {print_time}
; Filament used: {filament_amount}m {filament_weight}g
; Filament cost: {filament_cost}
; – end of START GCODE –


I have never used Cura but in Slic3r when you set the bed size (250X150 for mine) I can enter the offset also which is half the distances of the bed so 125X75 and that gets the print to start in the middle of the bed.