Duet WiFi on Prusa i3 MK2(s)



  • Would like to replace my electronics on my Prusa i3 MK2(s) with a Duet WiFi. In order for me to commit on making the switch I'd like to keep the same calibration functionality using the stock probe and bed. Basically retain the XY skew calibration, Z calibration, and mesh leveling. Is this possible?

    Thanks in advance.


  • administrators

    The automatic XY skew calibration is not currently supported in firmware. The rest is supported.

    There is a discussion about it here:
    https://www.duet3d.com/forum/thread.php?pid=11360#p11360

    Manual Skew calibration is supported and RRF has done so for years however the automatic routines have not been ported to RRF.



  • @T3P3Tony:

    The automatic XY skew calibration is not currently supported in firmware. The rest is supported.

    There is a discussion about it here:
    https://www.duet3d.com/forum/thread.php?pid=11360#p11360

    Manual Skew calibration is supported and RRF has done so for years however the automatic routines have not been ported to RRF.

    Ok. So from my understanding Manual Skew calibration no issue. Also making the assumption the more important mesh leveling using the stock probe and heatbed with the embedded 9 detection points are supported.

    How about Live 1st layer adjustment?

    I'm trying to squeak out as much performance and flexibility out of my MK2. I have a E3D Titan Extruder (Bowden setup) I'd like to take advantage of. Additionally like to go to 0.9 degree steppers.


  • administrators

    First layer adjustment is done with the baby stepping buttons on the web interface or Panel Due.


  • administrators

    @r0n_dL:

    Also making the assumption the more important mesh leveling using the stock probe and heatbed with the embedded 9 detection points are supported.

    Yes you can define a probing mesh that lines up with the existing probe points if you need to probe at only those points. I guess the i3 has a bed with varying inductance so it might make sense to probe at only those points I suppose.


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