I do not know what happened, but it all works now.
I have tried several times with restart of both printer and PC in between. Maybe it comes back.
When upload from slicer failed I still could upload from DWC.
No errors, except within Slic3r when trying to upload.
I have installed latest DWC but I am not using it. I had failures without connecting with the DWC to the Duet since bootup of the Duet. So I do not thing the new DWC is the cause of this.
I will post again if this problem occurs again.
@zerspaner_gerd said in Firmware 2.02 released!:
M291 no longer allows S0 and T0 together because that would create a message that can never time out of be dismissed
I used it as follows
M291 P"Nozzle is heated" R"Loading Support" S0 T0
G10 S230; TEMP
G1 X125. Y10. F6000
M116 H1:2 S3
M292 ; Hide the message
I see now no way to implement the equivalent after the change.
Maybe we could create a new mode that includes:
Only with the "Cancel" button, to cancel the current process.
That would have been missing before me, because if there is a mistake (for example, unintentional confirm) was the one zigste way to end this with an emergency stop.
What do the other people mean?
Why don't you just set a long timeout instead of no timeout? Or allow it to be dismissed?
From the upgrade notes for 2.03beta1:
If you have a CoreXY or other Core architecture printer, and you were using any axis factor parameters in your M667 command in config.g, those parameters are no longer supported. You will need to use M669 matrix parameters instead.
@Martin1454 was using a X-1 parameter in his M667 command. Swapping the X and Y motors over and adjusting the directions in M569 would have worked too.
What do you mean by reset or upgrade?
If you mean upgrading to latest stable firmware, see https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/Installing_and_Updating_Firmware.
If you mean resetting the files on the SD card, it's generally easiest to use the online configurator at https://configurator.reprapfirmware.org/Start.
Here's how to do it for dual Z motors and endstops: https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Guide/Independent+Z+motors+and+endstop+switches/18?lang=en. Use the same principle for dual X or dual Y motors and endstops. That is, split the 2 motors into separate axes during homing, and rejoin them after homing.
@dc42 That's okay for the latest version of the firmware, but if you've got an older version of the firmware installed, doesn't the web interface need to match?
There doesn't seem to be any tags on the T3P3 one
aha I just realised it's in DuetWebControl-1.21.1.zip
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Also I am sorry. Discrepancy in my use of "RESET" vocabulary. In this instance I was using it to refer to a board that is lacking any programing. More correctly said to have been Fully ERASED. As the term RESET is used I think to refer to a power cycle and electronics reboot.
For whatever reason many of those who have ordered the cards without systems, seem to think they need to reset the board or use the erase pin before programing the first time.
Many get frustrated and assume the card is dead when it wont show in the Device Manager, or BOSSA. But having programed both a Maestro and an MKS 1.4V from new and they both looked dead, while just needing firmware. I am encouraging users to keep trying.