you could export all components as individual STL.
Onshape for example allows that, and since all STL-s will have the same origins you wouldn't need to set is position in openscad. Only you would need to color them individually.
This is how I make it:
Import STEP into Onshape
Export all parts as individual STL-s
Import all STL-s in openscad and set the colors, all files are packed into a module so I can move them around as one part.
The PT100 should have a resistance of 100 ohms at 0C and about 108 ohms at a typical room temperature. if you use a 2-wire connection then each 1 ohm of resistance in the wires or connectors will cause the reading to increase by about 2.5C.
In firmware 2.03 and earlier, when you create axes the endstop inputs are allocated automatically. So if you create axes U and V in your M584 command then U will use the E0 input and V will use the E1 input.
In firmware 3.0 beta you have to allocate endstops for additional axes and specify the input pins using M574.
@mark said in Duex5 - 5v for relay:
I am looking to switch a relay (https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/3-3V-5V-16A-Relay-Module-for-Arduino-Nano-Due-Raspberry-Pi-ESP8266-Optocoupler/272377230993?epid=12021202256&hash=item3f6af2b691:g:bB0AAOSwLF1X2m2p) which will turn my Bed heater PSU on and off in G-code at the start and end of a print
Can I use the "PWM FANS(1.5A Max)" output on the Duex5 to switch the reply?
The relay require 5v, do I just have to move the "V Fan Jumper select" to 5v? do i need to supply 5v to the board somewhere or will it get the 5v from the 12v input
What would be the G-code to turn on/off the fan?
Check that your relay module has an optically isolated input. Is it does then that will work, alternatively connect it between +5V and the FAN- pin, then you can set VFAN to whatever is right for your fans. Or connect the relay module input with a series resistor to the Fan output, then you can keep VFAN at 12V or 24V.
I think for now in relation to my other post I am likely to use basic painters tape with ABS juice, as I have seen a youtube video that shows it being effective for pla/abs/petg... whos to complain.
In fact after having an even better squish on a buildtak like surface, the print is sticking to well
when viewing the heightmap when i see red do i need to loosen or titan the set screw, and how about when I see blue do i tighten or loosen the screws.
Manage to sort out the height map and make it as even as possible please look and judge my handy work.
@havoc340 said in Is my TMC2660 fried?:
Ok, Back to back pent up questions. My duex 5 board arrived with a driver that doesn't work correctly. The motor moves, but it stalls super easy. No matter the current settings, it will easily stall. Nothing visually looks bad.
Assuming it's not a configuration issue, it sounds like one of the 8 output MOSFETs in the TMC2660 may have failed. But check your M584 settings, in particular that you have redefined which drivers are extruders.
Seems strange if it were a issue where the voltage of the meter it to low to indicate a leakage but the board does. You don't happen to have a high voltage insulation tester or know someone with one?
And just to confirm, you are measuring the continuity under the same circumstance the board is giving the error?
ok. so not sure what happened but it seems to work fine right now.
Its the same config as I did before...
It seems that the drop down menu of the tool disappears when the tool a mixed-ratio tool.
thanks for the trouble.