You'll want to start with custom. It'll go through a few screens worth of configuration options. A lot of them may not apply to what you're wanting to do since it's geared towards 3D printing, but you should be able to get to a working state you can customize.
@pinkmaro Seems a little silly to not just use a thermistor since it's designed to monitor and wait for a temperature to be achieved before starting a print.
But, I guess you could use the filament runout sensor configured as a simple switch. It would basically wait until filament is present and pressing the switch before proceeding with the print.
Use a tool change macro. See https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/ConfiguringRepRapFirmwareCartesianPrinter#Section_Tool_change_files and https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/Multiple_tools_and_Tool_change_macros.
That's correct, create a new axis (e.g. U or C, it doesn't matter which as long as you are consistent) for the extruder angle control using the M584 command. If you need to home it, connect the homing switch to the E0 endstop input.
When using external drivers, the microstepping set on the Duet is ignored. So don't configure it with M350. Set whatever microstepping you want to use on your external drivers, and set the steps/mm in M92 to be correct for that microstepping.
Don't forget to use the T parameter in your M569 commands for the external drivers, to extend the step pulse timing.
Sorry I wasn't inferring its specifically caused by Duet2 but there is a reason behind it not working - turns out pointed me in the right direction, Print Settings/Output Options Complete individual objects had become unchecked.
You could install an endstop switch that could act as a backstop and have it act as a trigger for emergency stop.
However, it's probably more useful to just reduce the motor current during homing operations in the homing macro so that even if the probe or switch fails the motor doesn't have enough force to cause damage.
You can use M913 to reduce the current to a percentage of the default and then raise it again after the homing moves are complete.
Somehow it must be related to DHCP. The Router write " Broadcasting Dhcp_discover", but why is that if I put the Fritzbox on the router?
After changing the Static ip.
New: M552 P192.168.1.121 S1
Old: M552 P192.168.178.121 S1
I think it comes from the Router.
I had a range extender put between the modem and printer (it's on opposite sides of the house) It was fine up until yesterday, it would connect, but disconnect when attempting to upload. I removed the extender and boom! everything is peachy.
Also make sure you reserve the 2.4 band for the printer if you can, and run all else on 5.8.
@condensedcloud said in Duet Wifi upgrade to 1.19 failed and I cannot access my printer.:
Can I buy you guys a beer?(EDIT where/who do I donate/paypal) I do plan to support the project with future builds utilizing the chip but I do appreciate the above and beyond support you've provided.
If you bought a genuine Duet from Duet3d or one of our distributors, then no need to donate because support is part of what you paid for. But beers are always welcome, so if you are at MRRF or 3D meetup Sweden or 3d meetup UK or TCT this year, say hello to Duet3d staff there!
@plasticmetal Thanks a lot for the tip, I will try it over the weekend and hope for the best! Though it still kinda bothers me how is it so off, should I fiddle in it's config?
Also I tested a few prints an apart from the plastic acting weird when the print was widening, it turned out quite nice (I will also do some additional tests over the weekend)! I USED A RAFT TO COMPENSATE THE ERROR
The weird part is where it gets thinner and then wide again, As wall as the top (which was the bottom of the print during printing process)
Here we can see the same print, but from the other side (this was the top of the print during printing process) it looks normally