Post the results of M122 (preferably after the stall has happened) and M98 P"config.g" and the contents of your config.g.
If the Y tower halted movement during a print I'd expect either a driver problem which would throw an error, or possibly mechanical binding. Does it move smoothly otherwise?
If it happens again switch the Y motor to another spare driver?
Yeah, I'll do that. So far it has not happened again. Binding seems unlikely. But also having two errors also seem unlikely. I mean, the end stop was stuck on (even after power cycle) and the motor did stop for SOME reason. But, since it seem okay after deassembly/reassembly I do acknowledge that I have some issue.
Thanks for the information. I must have read this document several times already. It summarizes the method for defining pins well.
I think I'll use the CS5 pin to ground for my application. The hiccup I've had in the literature is finding out what the supplies voltages are. Based on the referenced document, there is no PWM and I believe the output is 3.3V when triggered for CS5 pin.
I couldn't tell from the data sheet, but I bet you'll get 150 pulses-per-rev on the "A" or "B" signal. That gets you to 600 when you figure the "Quad" (multiply by four by counting all edges) part of a quadrature encoder.
Hi, @alankilian I get 2400cpr with these encoders on Arduino, so I'm expecting 600 PPR off of each phase. It's all sorted now just need to connect it to the printer and configure it.
Go through this document and see how far you can get. Unless there is some significant damage to the board components it's unlikely you've bricked it. Most likely the firmware can be cleared with the erase jumper and reflashed with Bossa over USB.
Note that the board is rated to 18A on the bed heater channel; however it is supplied with a 15A fuse fitted (18A are difficult to source). If you need 18A on the bed heater channel then you need to fit a 20A fuse and take further precautions against over-current.
Edit. So the safe thing to do would be to use an SSR.
A lot has been said about material properties and surface finish etc but I really think you should consider adding to your toolbox. I would suggest that a minimum would be some good measuring and marking out tools, a dill press, files and a good hacksaw. The jigsaw is a roughing out tool at best when dealing with aluminium or steel. If you are not confident with filing, a small linisher or belt sander will not break the bank. The investment in some half decent tools will offset cost of the waste material and poor accuracy you will encounter otherwise. Oh, and aluminium would be my choice of material.
Given the damage to the board the best we can do is offer a reduced cost refurbished unit on exchange. If that's of interest to you, please contact email@example.com to inquire about availability. Please include a link to this thread.
Yes the beta releases don't have a full zip file package. But those files should do it for you I think. If it doesn't automatically install upon upload you can send M997 to initiate the update for the mainboard and M997 B1 for the tool board (assuming it's your first expansion board).
Use M122 and M122 B1 to check the update was applied.
@dc42 I tryed other power supply today the same one 24v 15a 360w, and when heating it the bed,in the new power supply is burned to 160ohm resistance... I so strange because the first one don't have nothing burned and work fine just the sound...i buy a new hotend for extruder a new hotbed, tomorrow i try the extruder, the bed is take more time to come, but a say anything here when i change it. Thanks for their help.