@kninedhp said in Mesh Bed Compensation and Bed Leveling:
I think i found it i at some point lost a S3 in bed.g
That would explain it. Without S3 on the last G30 command, it won't adjust the leadscrews.
Also I notice that both the last two G30 lines in bed.g use P2. So the 4th point will overwrite the 3rd one. Change P2 to P3 on the last G30 command (as well as adding the S3 parameter)..
@veti said in Nozzle too low by 1mm after Z homing - any ideas?:
@lowracer said in Nozzle too low by 1mm after Z homing - any ideas?:
G31 X22 Y-21 Z1.582 P25
change the z offset to increase by 1mm
G31 X22 Y-21 Z2.582 P25
First thing I tried. Didn't have any effect. The problem is solved, have done several prints all perfect first layer without any slicer adjustments.
I think what happened is that the crossbar that holds the Y axis in place had slipped out of joint, throwing the XY gantry out of level. Once I snapped that bar back in, no more problem. Going to mark this one solved. Thanks for the help everyone.
@gnydick said in Probe coordinates: where probe is or where nozzle is?:
When configuring leveling and mesh comp, are the coordinates for defining the points and grid the location of the probe or the location of the nozzle?
They are the location of the probe.
@frank26080115 said in Extrude Until Limit Switch Hit with Fake U Axis Doesn't Work:
The above is almost exactly how the Ultimaker 2 works.
I also have a Ultimaker 2 with Duet and have tried to load and unload the UM2 firmware to build, without success!
Just a problem I have two feeders, how can I implement that?
I am currently fail in
Does somebody has any idea?
@pro3d said in Help on setting firmware retract please:
I reinstalled Cura. Now I see it. So now I need help with rest of the process
if you looking for a cheap easy alternative to leveling your delta search aliexpress for
Automatic Leveling Module Film Pressure Probe
can be bought for around 2 euro.
you just put it on the nozzle for the leveling
@lakko said in Nonlinear extrusion tweaking:
Is there a real needed of the X movement "G1 X50.." & "G1 X0.." or it is useless and can be removed?
It is needed. Nonlinear extrusion is not applied to extruding moves with no XY movement, because those are assumed to be filament loading or re-prime moves.
@smoki3 said in tpost.g does not apply tool offset:
@dc42 then we need an option to disable it in tfree. Because a dock and a parking position will never in the tool coordinate system
You will be able to prefix movement lines with G53 to do that.
@nhof said in Is the M584 command's writing sequence important?:
@army61 That is correct.
So you would need M584 X0 Z1 Y2 En ; E can be 3 or 4
X motor would be plugged into the 'x' labeled output
Z motor would be plugged into the 'y' labeled output
Y motors would both be plugged into the 'z' labeled output
If you don't get enough power from the single Y output for both motors, you can use the extra extruder driver for the other Y instead, something like so:
M584 X0 Y1:4 Z2 E3
In this case the other Y motor would be plugged into 'E1' and the extruder 'E0', the rest of xyz would be standard mappings and match the labels.
It's fairly important to explicitly map each driver to an axis if not using the stock settings.
@gpetropoulos I'm using an inductive NPN sensor LJ12A3-4-Z/BX. Sort what you already got and I must say connecting and using it is EZ PZ, as long you don't use magnets. There is a comparison table in the Duet3D docs posted above.
In my case I simply took the best probe with the shortest setup instructions:
I then broke the bank on an overpowered, really good 24V power supply so that the voltage is stable and it worked perfectly ever since.
Is there any reason you can't use an adhesive for the silicone heater? The heater runs inefficiently without full contact due to air gaps.
The most strange thing about carbon filled was printed with microswiss hardened nozzle 0.6 mm but I could not get the walls right with tuning flow. It was printing over 0.8 mm lines at 100% flow and could never get right width on the walls. Nozzle was brand new
@bfpa40 said in Issues using stall detection when loading filament:
@dc42 I is : (M574 X1 S3 ) Correct if I want to use an endstop switch. I dont wish to use sensorless I want to use my endstop switch with that being the case how should the below line in the homex.g file look?
M574 X1 S3 ; set endstops to use motor stall
See https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/ConfiguringRepRapFirmwareCartesianPrinter#Section_Movement_section and https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/Gcode#Section_M574_Set_endstop_configuration.
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