My corexy kit duet wifi !



  • Hi !
    Be indulgent it's a work in progress bot !
    No printed component just 2 series of aluminum parts to link motors, belts…

    It is it first run and i'm proud it's with the new duet !
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3QhjlM2HLWsRmZZVnpacDRLYUk/view?usp=drivesdk

    And a short video of it of it but i was amazed by the quality done without calibration (a little on the fly…)
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3QhjlM2HLWsLV9kNXMzTUtzV0E/view?usp=drivesdk

    Sorry for my english ! And sorry i don't know how to post pictures directly…
    Hugues


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    That's a nice machine!


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    Yeah really nice,

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  • Thanks for your comments !
    I notice a good safety works when installing a mechanical endstop for my z axe. I did a wrong wiring with my grd in place of "signal" and the duet cannot be accessed from the webpage. It took few minutes to find what's wrong ! But no damage ! It could be great to have a led alert /diagnose


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    Yes, the Duet series generally tolerates having +3.3V shorted to ground due to mis-wired endstops, whereas mis-wired endstop switches is one of two common causes of blown regulators on Arduino/RAMPS. Had you known where to look, you would have noticed that the green LED indicating +3.3V power was not lit.



  • I'm about to build a VORON CoreXY with Duet Wifi controller. Great to see an example of CoreXY + Duet Wifi working!



  • That is nice…..



  • @dc42:

    Yes, the Duet series generally tolerates having +3.3V shorted to ground due to mis-wired endstops, whereas mis-wired endstop switches is one of two common causes of blown regulators on Arduino/RAMPS. Had you known where to look, you would have noticed that the green LED indicating +3.3V power was not lit.

    what green LED? I have no such LED lit on my duetwifi, never seen one.



  • Hi,

    I just wanted to show you how my printer change since the beginning !

    First version :

    Second version :

    Third and final version :


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    Wow, that is a nice looking printer especially the enclosure. Are you measuring and regulating chamber temp?



  • @T3P3Tony:

    Wow, that is a nice looking printer especially the enclosure. Are you measuring and regulating chamber temp?

    Not now but it's plan by a PTC heater in 220V from the top and back of the printer. But i'm not sure where to place the thermistor because the heater will blow directly on the print and if the thermistor is on the front i will get a big difference. Any suggestions are welcome !

    In few days this printer will be show in a trade show, it will print at high speed some goodies for a filament manufacturer.


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    Awesome, hopefully you will bang the drum for Duet3d! 🙂



  • I've asking David to put a sticker on the door "powered by duetwifi" but i'm still waiting the approval from your team ! 😉



  • Tony/David that would be a damn nice touch to include such a sticker in with the Controller when you ship them.

    Doug



  • @Dougal1957:

    Tony/David that would be a damn nice touch to include such a sticker in with the Controller when you ship them.

    Doug

    Agreed. Also, I'm in the process of a fairly major upgrade to my X Y axes (including the sliding hot end mount) and when it's done, I'll be posting details ( including pictures) on my blog, as well as a video on my YouTube channel. I'd be more than happy to put a Duet sticker somewhere prominent on the printer if you can supply one.

    Ian


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