@3dware said in 5 Hotends:
How can I lock functions during a print?
For example, I can perform the macros as well as the bedleveling when a print job is running, this should not be possible, as the axes do.
This function should only be possible in the state print job abort or after the restart.
Currently there is no restriction on when you run macros. Some people use macros while a print is running. So we would need to choose carefully which commands can and can't be run while printing.
then another question is there a macro to write the z offset value in the config? I touch with the bltouch and then drive manually on the bed with the nozzle and then want to write the value.
There is a version of the G30 command that sets the probe trigger heigh to the stop height, and after using it you can use M500 P31 to save it and other parameters to config-overridd.g.
one more last I have the laser sensors installed these also flash as they should, but I have not calibrated them yet, all 5 are mounted on the duet2 and not on the duex. how can I activate this that you recognize the runout, and how can I adjust the printer so that he drives at a deviation to a certain position?
See the wiki page about the laser filament monitor, and the M591 command.
what can happen if I mount the laser about 1.2m away from the extruder and connect it with a capricorn tube?
I don't advise that because the motion of filament in the filament monitor won't track the motion of filament in the extruder accurately.
heh sorry for not explaining that well, there will be a 14awg cable for a heater that will go half way up to the carriage, i will probably put that on the other side of the printer instead of how i designed it to go 10mm to the right from the 5/25v cables. There will be cable deviders on the printer so ill do it as safe as i can
@cn said in microSD card for 0.6 Duet board with RRFw v 0.78b:
@dc42 if M122 reports that the board has reset itself via software and/or that the MCU temperature is around/above 100°C the Duet is in a bad way?
You didn't overclock it did you? Glaring eye
I am just playing. Althought it sound like you amp is high Does is your ethernet POE? I don know if that is a problem. but maybe even touch up the pins on your mcu chip and the usb. (maybe sure you use the no voltage module when connect it via usb. Dc42 would know more of course but just thought i would try my thoguhts.
@pmj said in PT100 Sensor Daughterboard:
When resending all seems to be fine. In webinterface it is green and i my console I get an OK.
Which firmware version are you running?
Please provide your complete config.g file.
Which devices have the PT100 sensors? Your use of P0 and P1 in the M305 commands suggests the bed heater and the first extruder heater: is that correct?
@arief said in Is there any 8th Extruder Heater output pin?:
Can you give me some guide for set up the fan outputs in RRF3?
See https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/RepRapFirmware_3_overview. Please note, you will need to wait until I make a new beta available later today in order to configure more than 8 heaters.
Actually I have already using a SSR for drive the Bed Heater, I'm not intend to switch bed heater output to extruder heater output.
I think I need 1 external mosfet more to drive 8th extruder heater as you suggested.
What iImeant is that as you are using an SSR to drive the bed heater, and an SSR input can be driven by a fan output, then using RRF 3 you can reassign heater 0 to to a fan output. Then the bed heater output will be free for your extra extruder heater, and you won't need an external mosfet.
Please describe the exact symptoms you are having, and what you have tried. Your issue may appear to be the same as that one in the other thread, or there may be subtle but important differences. Also it's difficult for me to switch between 2 different threads when using a mobile device.
You should only need to remove or move 1 resistor, the one that sets the signal level on the I2C expander chip that the firmware reads to determine the type of expansion board.
Unfortunately you would need to remove the 3 stepper drivers too, or cut some traces. Or cut the 3 wires in the ribbon cable that feed the CS/EN signal to the 3 DueX5 drivers that you won't be using, and tie those three wires to +3.3V on the DueX5. Otherwise those stepper drivers will drive the SPI bus when you enable the 3 external drivers. This is because the same MCU pins drive the CS pins of the onboard drivers and the EN outputs of the expansion breakout board.
So I figured it out. In the Home all the First G1 with the H1 in it. For some reason it worked before but doesnt allow the z axis to go below the zero set at power up. But I can home all axis now. Funny how you miss stuff til you post with a problem