Rhino Python Editor doesn't show output from print command

I have a problem with Rhino Python Editor and print command. Inside the script I’m opening Grasshopper Editor and document, so I guess this is causing the problem.
When I place the print command before loading GH Editor, it prints its output. After that, even when I close the GH document and close the GH Editor, it doesn’t print anything.

Any idea where could be (where could I make) the problem?


import clr
import System
import Rhino
import Grasshopper
from Rhino import RhinoApp, RhinoDoc
import rhinoscriptsyntax as rs
import ghpythonlib.components as ghcomp
import scriptcontext as sc

pt_a = Rhino.Geometry.Point3d(100,500,100)
pt_b = Rhino.Geometry.Point3d(1,0,0)
pt_c = Rhino.Geometry.Point3d(0,0,1)
plane = rs.PlaneFromNormal(pt_a, pt_c, pt_b)
mesh = rs.coercemesh("0a151cce-1aad-499b-87c7-744ac52b2b79")

gh = RhinoApp.GetPlugInObject("Grasshopper")
editor = gh.LoadEditor()
sh_editor = gh.ShowEditor()
document = gh.OpenDocument("d:\Kuka.gh")

docServer = Grasshopper.GH_InstanceServer.DocumentServer
doc0 = docServer[0] # first opened document
import Grasshopper.Kernel.GH_DocumentObject as DO
from Grasshopper.Kernel import GH_Param, GH_Convert, Parameters

def FindBatteryByNickname(docObjects, name):
    if docObjects is None: return None
        for obj in docObjects:
            attr = obj.Attributes
            if attr.PathName == name:
                return obj
        raise Exception(name + " was not found in document")

pln = FindBatteryByNickname(doc0.Objects, "Plane")
msh = FindBatteryByNickname(doc0.Objects, "Mesh")
out = FindBatteryByNickname(doc0.Objects, "output")
axis = FindBatteryByNickname(doc0.Objects, "axis")

gh.AssignDataToParameter(str(pln.InstanceGuid), plane)
gh.AssignDataToParameter(str(msh.InstanceGuid), mesh)
out_data = str(out.VolatileData[0][0])
axis_data = []
for i in range(6):

print out_data, axis_data

sv_doc = gh.SaveDocument()
cl_doc = gh.CloseDocument()
hid_editor = gh.HideEditor()
sc.doc = RhinoDoc.ActiveDoc
mesh2 = rs.coercemesh("0a151cce-1aad-499b-87c7-744ac52b2b79")
print mesh2