Converting CreatBot D600 pro to Duet3D
WapuraRalf last edited by WapuraRalf
We read about former conversions of the CreatBot D600 pro to the Duett3D controller. We bought the Controller, the LCD and a Duex5 Extension Board. Now we do not plan to invent the wheel a second time. So hopefully we can get some further information how the former conversions were done. Does anyone know details like steps per millimeter on the axes and how the temperature sensors work with the Duet3D board. The hardware of the machine is basically ok, but we are fighting firmware bugs and CreatBot does not agree in the problems or share the firmware. Any help would be appreciated. We look forward to document our steps and share the approvements and STL files of parts we designed to improve this printer.
Finding the correct steps per mm could be done experimentally by starting with conservative movement values and best guess starting point and then measuring the actual movement achieved compared to commanded.
You may find something useful in here: https://forum.duet3d.com/search?term=creatbot&in=posts&matchWords=all&sortBy=topic.lastposttime&sortDirection=desc&showAs=posts
WapuraRalf last edited by
@phaedrux We know how to do that. I Even have the Trinamic experimental boards and Software. I thought that their might be people here that can share details of their conversions.
michaelmoses23 last edited by
@wapuraralf did you get this solved ?