You’re in luck! There is a way!
Fire up the GFUI using Chrome. Once your device has calibrated and your ready to print, right click somewhere in the bed image and choose “Inspect” from the sub-menu.
At the top of the inspection window, click the “Network” tab:
To make the next step easier, click the header on the “Name” column. This will sort them alphabetically.
Now, click “Print” in the GFUI. Once the scanning and preparing steps are complete and the preview window pops up, you will see an entry that begins with “motions_” in the listing in the Network window:
Right click this file, chose “Copy->Copy link address”. Now, paste this link into a new browser window, and the motion file will download.
For fun, you can also play around with the bed image de-warp feature. Find the entry that begins with “bed-image”:
Right click this file, chose “Copy->Copy link address”. Now, paste this link into a new browser, and you adjust the “focus_height” value. The valid range is 0 - 25 (I believe this is mm above the bed).
This is the raw image:
This is with a 0 focus height:
This is with a focus height of 25: