Using Marlin Output for OctoPrint



  • I set the Duet Ethernet to do Marlin output which was successful in connecting to octoprint but It only sends back the bed temperature and not both the bed and Hotend. Does anyone know why and how I could fix this? Thanks


  • administrators

    You need to select a tool, for example by sending the T0 command. Otherwise RRF doesn't know which hotend you wanted.


  • administrators

    You can put T0 at the end of config.g if you always want to startup with a tool selected.



  • @dc42:

    You need to select a tool, for example by sending the T0 command. Otherwise RRF doesn't know which hotend you wanted.

    I tried that using T0 through T3 and they all returned only the Bed temp



  • @thomaspj:

    I set the Duet Ethernet to do Marlin output which was successful in connecting to octoprint but It only sends back the bed temperature and not both the bed and Hotend. Does anyone know why and how I could fix this? Thanks

    Given the first rate web interface the Duet firmware provides why do you need/want OctoPrint?

    Frederick


  • administrators

    @thomaspj:

    @dc42:

    You need to select a tool, for example by sending the T0 command. Otherwise RRF doesn't know which hotend you wanted.

    I tried that using T0 through T3 and they all returned only the Bed temp

    Perhaps there is some subtle difference between what RRF and Marlin return in response to a M105 command. Do you know what Octoprint expects?



  • @fcwilt:

    @thomaspj:

    I set the Duet Ethernet to do Marlin output which was successful in connecting to octoprint but It only sends back the bed temperature and not both the bed and Hotend. Does anyone know why and how I could fix this? Thanks

    Given the first rate web interface the Duet firmware provides why do you need/want OctoPrint?

    Frederick

    Im used to send stuff from slic3r directly to octoprint… and i really miss that feature.


 

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