Duet 2 maestro problems



  • There is a very detailed guide in the documentation in multible parts.

    https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Guide/Ender+3+Pro+and+Duet+Maestro+Guide+Part+1:+Wiring/37

    recheck the phase of the motor that you have indeed wired it correctly.
    i would suggest to get a new wire. the standard wires are all black and make it difficult to match the phase.



  • Wiring has been checked. I tried it with another motor and it still does it. It doesn't do it with the wire unplugged.

    It had a new wire since the z axis cable got lost during the process and I even made a new one just in case. I'm gonna take the wire off of x and use it for a and see if it works.

    And I still have to contend with the screen and the heat fault.

    Thanks



  • if that does not work see if it works with another driver.

    remap z to e1 using M584
    https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/Gcode#Section_M584_Set_drive_mapping



  • Whenever I swap wires whatever ends up with the all black OEM cable works fine. The new wires are color coded and the connector that plugs into the motor is the same and wires are in the same slots. I cut the old board side connectors off and crimped new pins for the correct connectors. I have tried 2 new cables on it.

    This is maddening



  • did you check the wires with a multimeter?



  • @phaedrux

    will do sorry



  • Have tried 3 cables now. Checked with meter. If I power up with nothing plugged in I get no errors. If I plug the cable in and don't plug it into motor it gets errors so it points to being the cable but I cannot find anything wrong.

    Even after i figure this part out i still have a heat fault and a screen that doesn't work. Pretty close to throwing it in the trash since it's been nothing but problems.



  • Ok so it makes no sense but I read the reviews of the cables I got and one guy said he had to swap the green and red wires so i did that and it worked. Now the errors are gone with the motors but now z will not home. I don't have the z stop hooked up since I'm using a bltouch and I have to touch the probe to get the motor to stop.



  • @humanxv2 said in Duet 2 maestro problems:

    now z will not home. I don't have the z stop hooked up since I'm using a bltouch and I have to touch the probe to get the motor to stop.

    ?

    Homing is achieved by moving until it hits a endstop, and setting the axis to a known value. The homing is moving until it trips the endstop or probe. So you need to let the motor run until the probe touches the bed, or add a end stop.



  • @bearer said in Duet 2 maestro problems:

    @humanxv2 said in Duet 2 maestro problems:

    now z will not home. I don't have the z stop hooked up since I'm using a bltouch and I have to touch the probe to get the motor to stop.

    ?

    Homing is achieved by moving until it hits a endstop, and setting the axis to a known value. The homing is moving until it trips the endstop or probe. So you need to let the motor run until the probe touches the bed, or add a end stop.

    Well the bed is all the back at home so there's it's not there for the probe to touch.



  • I moved the switch for y so that it's there for the probe to touch



  • @humanxv2 said in Duet 2 maestro problems:

    Well the bed is all the back at home so there's it's not there for the probe to touch.

    well move the bed then.



  • Got everything working. Started a print the other day and I noticed that when it got the the upper layers it was printing in midair and not laying down filament.

    I pulled the nozzle and it was clogged so I unclogged it and put it back on and now the heat is faulting out saying the heat is rising too slow. I switched the motor and heats from e0 to e1 and the heat is still faulting.



  • Would suggest something changed with respect to wiring or the thermal response in your hotend. Check the wiring and retune the heater.



  • The heat block was a tad bit loose so I removed the heater cartridge and thermistor to tighten it a little and put them back. I can't tighten it real tight cause the angle the wires end up at, they run into the cooling ducts.

    The thermistor reads the temp correctly when plugged into e0 but read 2000c when plugged into e1.



  • and after re-tuning the heater the problem persist?



  • Auto tune keeps stopping saying the temp is rising too slow. Fans are off and I did M303 H1 P1 and it is still coming up real slow. Either it is coming up fine and the thermistor might be bad and not accurately reading the temp or the heater probe is bad. I switched the probe out earlier and put the stock one back in so I may put the other back in and try.

    I have already ordered a new thermistor cartridge.



  • Put cartridge in that came with hot end and it heated fast until 80c then kinda fell on its face.

    It's back in e0 now. If I put it in e1 do i still use H1?



  • Heater is in e1 and thermistor is in e1.

    I changed the config to reflect this and the heater will not come on and the thermistor is showing 2000.

    Heaters
    M307 H0 B0 S1.00
    M305 P0 T98801 B4185 R2200
    M143 H0 S120
    M305 P2 T1000000 B4725 C7.06e-8
    M143 H2 S280



  • Plugged extruder into e1 and define is as a new tool using e1 gears and so far so good


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