You can connect the two Y motors to the Z motor connectors and connect the single Z motor to the Y motor connector. Then use the M584 command in config.g to swap the Y and Z drivers over.
For power supply sizing see https://duet3d.com/wiki/Choosing_the_power_supply.
I don't know the Bltouch, but it's a good idea to test a new Z probe. Deploy it and check that the value displayed in the Z probe box in DWC is close to zero. Then trigger it and check that the value rises to around 1000.
In your deployprobe.g file, you might need to add a G4 delay command after the M280 command, to give the probe time to deploy.
Yeah, they didn't until I took the components off the board. I wanted to avoid normally open. The 10kOhm appears to be right on the limit of what the duet decides is off. Strip the components off and you can use normally open or closed.
Thanks for the help. I am new to this all. I am coming from delta and repeater firmware. so it is not even close to what I am used to.bed and hot ends go in this week so hopefully by Saturday I can get a first print. I also need to find a way to adjust the timing on the leadscrews. I think they are off from about 5-10mm from each other. that will level everything out.
You can connect external drivers, or motors with built-in drivers, to the pins on the expansion connector. It's simplest to connect the step+ and dir+ pins to one of the sets of step and dir pins on the expansion connector and connect step- and dir- to ground. Connect enable+ to +3.3V and enable- to the corresponding EN pin on the expansion connector.
Do not connect external drivers to the step/dir/en test points on the Duet.
Discussed here: https://www.duet3d.com/forum/thread.php?id=1668
I can only say that my endstops appear to be doing their thing, but I've had my suspicions regarding their "reaction time." I've actually been meaning to check the alignment of the sensor and the tap on carriage, as the endstop switches didn't seem that accurately assembled.
You have to create those two files yourself, which you can do in the System Files Editor of Duet Web Control.
If you have a popup blocker configured in your browser, disable it when running the configuration tool.
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M106 P1 H-1
M563 P0 D0 H1 F0
Is what I have that lets S3D control them part fan.
Thank you sir, this worked, either on it's own, or together with me resetting the main process in S3D, as I was typing my last answer and saw the answer that it should work on it's own when plugged in to Fan0, I remembered a bug that keeps popping up in S3D once in a while, where a change made to a process doesn't get applied at times, no matter what setting you set it to, like say stopping a print at certain height, it remains there, even that you have removed the height restriction later on etc… simply removing and recalling the process clears the issue... no idea why, don't ask
Anyway, they work now, thank you!
We've had a small number of instances of DueX2/DueX5 boards on which a connection between the I/O expander chip and the PCB is intermittent. I suspect that's what's happening in your case, so please ask for the DueX5 to be replaced. I'm sorry for the inconvenience this is causing you.
Unplug the thermistor connector from the Duet, poke wires into the holes at the end of the socket, and measure the resistance between them. You should read about 100K at room temperature. Also check that your meter reads infinite resistance between each thermistor lead and the hot end metalwork.
Now that is seriously weird… I haven't touched my printer in ages. Fired it up today, all seemed fine, then when I fired up the bed heater and hotend at the same time, the whole system turned off. I power-cycled everything, tried to turn on the bed heater (okay so far...) then the hotend, same result. Except this time, the duet wifi wouldn't turn on again and my externally powered fan kept running. The terminal block for power in just melted on the negative terminal. Duet owners, tighten your terminal blocks, even if your printer worked fine previously. I guess the terminals can loosen over time?