@danal said in Sd card disk Image:
Actually, I agree that a complete image for each MAJOR release would be a wonderful thing for the community. I'm never 101% confident that I have the right things on an SD, because tidbits of information, like which iap... or the exact name of the firmware file, or similar are spread all over the place. The forum, the wiki, release notes, maybe other places.
Thanks you totally get my point...
@danal said in Sd card disk Image:
With one caveat: Any necessary release-to-release config incompatibilities.
Yes that's life, if you upgrade from a much lower version you must be willing to put the effort.
Thanks for the responses. I followed those guides and upgraded all the pieces appropriately prior to posting.
I rebooted a few times last night with the same results. I had a couple of bad network SSID's in due to pronterface capitalizing everything. I had the correct one as well though. I deleted the bad entries before I posted last night and then rebooted a few times with the same results.
I just booted the printer up a couple of minutes ago and it connected to WiFi on it's own. I guess it healed itself overnight, lol. Maybe my router was holding on to something that needed time to reset or something.
Anyway, it's working now, thanks again for the help.
Now back to printing an Ironman helmet for Halloween!
That response means that you have already sent some commands to be executed from DWC, that are waiting to be executed, and the input pipeline is full. So the M122 command has probably not completed. Perhaps you need to make more rr_reply calls to retrieve the M122 response.
As @Jacotheron says. However, there is an experimental port of ReprapFirmware (the firmware that runs on Duets) for LPC processor based boards such as Re-Arm, see this thread https://reprap.org/forum/read.php?147,810214.
Neither M561 nor G29 S2 adjusted the user Z coordinate if bed compensation was previously active (G29 S2 did if you ran it twice)
From the release notes and not mentioned in later releases ... Im not sure I understand from this bug fix description, what this means and is doing ... but suspect it may resolve an issue I have been experiencing from day 1 on my cartesian Prusa MK3 style printer and mesh bed leveling and Z height adjusting on Layer 1
I can never really seem to get a stable proper 1st layer height between prints and have to make rather large adjustments [ Z height baby stepping ] between prints and manually dial in Z with baby stepping - every print - even when printing on the same day or within the same hour.
It always seem like the layer height adjustments were being compounded or stacked - even if I ran M561 between. Only way to seem to get a fresh start was a reboot of the machine. And then the baby step dial in after Mesh Bed Comp was run and Dual Z lead screw tilt correction macros were run.
Im currently on 2.0 - wondering if this is a potential fix for my issue[s]
@xenjamo it's a good idea to verify the file size of things downloaded from GitHub. I don't know why but it seems to have a chronic problem of delivering partial files. I've never seen any other site do it so frequently.
I've just released firmware 2.02RC2 so I am closing this thread and starting a new one. Those of you running 2.02RC1, please upgrade to 2.02RC2. If you were getting spurious "motor phase A/B disconnected" messages with RC1, then please report in the new thread whether you still get them with RC2.
@rafb said in SAM-BA version 2.17:
Can not drag the Bossac and Bossash files into the usr / bin directory of my mac.
I don't have Mac so unfortunately I can't help you with that. Perhaps someone else with a Mac can chime in? If you don't get any responses in this thread, feel free to create a new thread called "Problems installing Bossa 1.8 on a Mac" or something like that.
Hi, just want to see if its possible for you and your team to come up with a layer height pause option on the LCD. I have Afinia H800+ printers and there is an option in their software to pause at different layer heights but just clicking on a numbered spot and giving it a layer height. Would be neat if you could click on pause button and enter a layer height or heights that you want to pause at so you can easily change out colors of filament. Insteady of having to put in script files in S3D. This would make the duetwifi even more powerful. I'm currently using the M266 in my script files. Larry
@bogey55 said in It's out! Firmware 1.21 released:
@dc42 Do you by chance know if @alclonky issue (G28 Z Error G0/G1: insufficient axes homed even if X and Y are homed / blue) was ever resolved? It sounds like I am having the same problem (on Firmware 2.01, have read FAQ#1, etc.) Thanks!
See the release notes for firmware 2.0. But as it comes up quite often, I'll add an FAQ about it.