Update Firmware from 2.0.0-RC6
it's about a Year ago i guess that i realy got my Eyes on Update and that Stuff but now i wanna Update my D-Bot to the latest and greatest Version. (Currently on 2.0.0-RC6)
Is there any advice that you can Give me (maybe without reading any Patchnotes)?
Okay, i've upadted it and saved my config.g and looks like my axis are totaly messed up... 🙄
This was my config before:
I know that i've to set up M669 because of that:
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.
But i realy don't undestand how to set it up.
Doku didn't helped me: https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/Gcode#Section_M669_Set_kinematics_type_and_kinematics_parameters
anything else i should change?
PaulHew last edited by
Comment out your M667 with a ';'
this is what you require for coreXY
M669 K1 ; CoreXY mode
Try that first
@paulhew thx, but thats it?
Everything else should work?
PaulHew last edited by
Individually home your axis's making sure they move in the correct direction, then go from there.
I am not clued up on stall detection, i like a physical switch!
If everything moves correctly, heat the hot end up and try extruding to confirm that is ok too.
Try a small test print and see what happens.
@paulhew ok thanks, i will try and come back if i have other problems. 😁
From your config.g file:
M667 S1 ; Select CoreXY mode
You were not using any axis factors, so that command is still OK.
@dc42 So there is no new Feature that would improve my Prints that i can implement from the Softwareside that is new?
So everything is fine?
Finished a Print already with M669 K1 (a bit stringie, but ok)
Phaedrux last edited by
So there is no new Feature that would improve my Prints that i can implement from the Softwareside that is new?
Check the release notes. There's a few things in there that may help/make a difference like dynamic acceleration control. Many bug fixes. But if you were expecting major breaking changes or huge performance improvements I think you'll be relieved and disappointed in equal measure.
@as-3d-druck hate to be a pain (because its a long read) but its worth scanning:
For what has changed. There have been a lot of bug fixes and new features added in between 2.0 and 2.03, along with some behaviour changes.
@phaedrux no no i don't expect something huge but something like: "dynamic acceleration control" sounds already cool to me.
I will try to include that maybe.
@T3P3Tony thx got it already open. 😄