i used the input shaper plugging and tried zvd from .1 to .6 at 136 hz and none made it better. see below
whats interesting is that when i use the plugin, when it moves in hte y axis, it appears to be trying to move at 1000mm/s and the y motor skips a lot of steps. my max speed in firmware is 300mm/s and i know its trying to go faster than that.
also, i know the m953 command is working as when i turn it on and send the below command the travel is super weird if i have the smoothing at .99.
G1 X-50 G4 S2 G1 X50 F20000 M400 M956 P0 S1000 A0
maybe these are just modes i can't get rid of? i do think that a majority of the vibration the accelerometer is seeing is the physical shaking of the whole printer. the printer itself shakes and is not on the best of surfaces so thats a thing. if this algorithm doesnt cancel out that type of movement maybe that could be put into the wiki?
@fcwilt Thank you. That worked. But I almost got a heart attack. I Checked the connection, checked it again, then checked the connection. I flipped the switch and I heard a strange sound! It was just my arm had snagged the curtin and it popped on the rod.
Modix is sending one. Any idea why my wifi and LCD would mess up at the same time? Then wifi came back whether or not the faulty LCD was connected. Hoping to learn how to keep this from happening again. Will have been down for a month sorting this out.
You have been most helpful when I post.
Likely that the Duet and PanelDue were damaged at the same time from shorting 24v to 3.3v or 5v.
@tandar which Duet do you have? If it is one of the later ones with a 5V Laser/VFD output, then another possibility is to use that output to drive the control wire of your bed heater, so as to use the mosfet on the heater to control it.
@dc42 I installed 3.3 and a ST7567 https://wiki.fysetc.com/Generic_12864_Panel/ to my duet2 wifi. Did the wiring loom and all seems to work fine. Communication between display and printer works, SD card access works etc.
Only thing not working is the LED.
I set the display up with M918 P2.
And then I should be able to address the Neopixel LEDs with M150. Only command accepted is M150 X2, but it doesnt drive any LED of the display.
And M150 X1 gives Error: M150: Unsupported LED strip type
Any idea what to do to make the backlight of this display work with the Duet Wifi?
@nightlonk42 with the sensor assembled you should be able to feel the magnet rotates freely when manually running some filament through (by hand to feel the force). if you make a small dot on the part of the assembly that is visible on the back you can observe if the magnetic assembly is rotating freely.
FYI the Duet 3 Mini includes a connector for a 2-driver expansion board. We included a 5V pin on that connector, so that instead of a 2xTMC2209 daughter board, it would be possible to fit a 2x external driver daughter board.
@martin7404 How did you wire up the super pinda to your toolboard? Are you happy with it? I am considering switching from BL-Touch to superpinda as the BLTouch is often acting up on me and feels not as reliable as magnetic probes