Solved Not loading macro from G-code
I hope I just missed something here.
I have made a macro for the start of the print.
; Ready printer and calibrate bed M83 ; Set extruder to relative moves G21 ; set mm units G90 ; set absolute coordinates G28 ; Home Machine M561 ; Clear any bed transform G1 X140 Y117 F8000 ; Go to center of bed G1 Z10 F8000 ; Go to 10mm over bed G30 ; Probe bed and set Z-height G29 ; Run mesh compensation M593 F80. ; Set Dynamic Acceleration Adjustment to 80Hz ; Extrude anchor M703 ; Set filament parameters G1 X0 Y0 F5000 ; Go to home origo G92 E0. ; Zero exreuder G1 Z0.6 ; Move nossle down G1 E45. F500 ; Extrude anchor G92 E0. ; Zero extruder G1 E-1.3 F25 ; Retract filament G1 Z10.0 F300 ; Move platform down 5mm G1 Y20. F3000 ; Move away from the anchor M99 ; Go back to main program
Wen I run this in console, the macro starts.
But when I have the same command in a program:
.... G90 M83 M106 S0 M140 S60 M190 S60 M104 S215 T0 M109 S215 T0 M98 P"0:/macros/start_of_print.g" ; process Process1 ; layer 1, Z = 0.300 T0 ; feature skirt ; tool H0.300 W0.480 G1 Z0.300 F120 .....
The duet returns:
Warning: Macro file 0 /macros/start_of_print.g not found
Board: Duet WiFi 1.02 or later
Firmware: RepRapFirmware for Duet 2 WiFi/Ethernet 3.01-RC4 (2020-03-16b1)
Duet WiFi Server Version: 1.23
It looks like whatever is sending the "program" is stripping out the colon. How are you sending it?
You could try: M98 P"/macros/start_of_print.g"
BTW there is already a file "start.g" that gets called automatically at the start of a print from SD card.
Kryckan last edited by
Okay, so I think the error is not in Duet.
I was trying to start the print from my Repetier Server attached to the Duet. Seems like there is something getting wrong in the fransfer.
I think it removes the colon and maybe the quotes?
When I upload the G-code directly to the duet, it runs fine.
Kryckan last edited by
Damn! You are so fast at answering in the forum! I just love it!
Ahh, so the start.g would be a better place to set the macro then. I will try that.
Turns out I don't have a Start.g in the file system. ... and the cancel.g is just a bunch of HTML? Just got a load of errors when canceling the job.
Strange because I just flashed the Duet a week ago. Think I need to go over the file system.
Is the Start.g supposed to be in the system folder?
M98 P"/macros/start_of_print.g" works in Repetier Server.