Hello Openbuilds Community. I'm new, This is my First Post! Colin Quinn here. I'm a cinema robotics visual engineer guy in Atlanta for a film & technology collective called RiteMediaGroup. I do a lot of tabletop projects. We have a high speed Phantom Flex4K camera that we use in house to do a lot of super slow motion food shots. I build all the rigs that fling food around, blast fireballs, shoot liquids and stuff like that. When the pandemic hit, I dove into getting all sorts of new rigs ready for once things picked back up again. I have this very large Arco rig built up with a Nema 17 Lead Screw Driven Paste Extruder. The concept for this rig is to be able to write with mustard on sausages and burger patties. Everything is hooked up and working through the Black Box controller. The Paste extruder is connected to the Z Axis port on the Black Box. Limit/home switch is working. I'm very familiar with 3D printing, however, I'm having trouble figuring out the best way to make gcode for this setup. Its kind of like a 2D 3D printer, or a pancake printer, but for mustard. Its not a typical CNC toolhead though, so I'm not finding a simple solution - probably just a case of being a noob. Does anyone have any software tips and tricks? Is there a way for it to be easy as that Pancake Printer bot? Is it possible to use something like Cura or Slic3r with Blackbox Grbl? Help me bring Mustardo to Life!