A month of tweaking and still can not get a print….

  • I can not seem to get anything straight with the duetwifi. Here are two test cubes from today. I am printing with a Tronxy x5s and E3D v6 hotend. Any help would be greatly apprecited.


    ; Configuration file for Duet WiFi (firmware version 1.17 to 1.19)
    ; executed by the firmware on start-up
    ; generated by RepRapFirmware Configuration Tool on Fri Mar 23 2018 14:52:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)
    ; General preferences
    M564 H0; move before home
    G21; Work in millimeters
    G90; Send absolute coordinates...
    M83                            ; ...but relative extruder moves
    M667 S1                        ; Select CoreXY mode
    ; Network
    M550 PTronxy X5s               ; Set machine name
    M552 S1                        ; Enable network
    M587  ; Configure access point. You can delete this line once connected
    M586 P0 S1                     ; Enable HTTP
    M586 P1 S0                     ; Disable FTP
    M586 P2 S0                     ; Disable Telnet
    ; Drives
    M569 P0 S1; Drive 0 goes forwards
    M569 P1 S1; Drive 1 goes backwards
    M569 P2 S0; Drive 2 goes forwards
    M569 P3 S0; Drive 3 goes forwards
    M350 X32 Y32 Z32 E32; Configure microstepping with interpolation
    M92 X160 Y160 Z800 E200; Set steps per mm
    M566 X9000 Y9000 Z9000 E420        ; Set maximum instantaneous speed changes (mm/min)
    M203 X6000 Y6000 Z180 E1200    ; Set maximum speeds (mm/min)   ; Set motor currents (mA) and motor idle factor in per cent
    M906 X1200 Y1200 Z1200 E1400 I30  
    M84 S5                         ; Set idle timeout
    ; Axis Limits
    M208 X0 Y0 Z0 S1               ; Set axis minima
    M208 X320 Y320 Z380 S0         ; Set axis maxima
    ; Endstops
    M574 X1 Y2 S0               ; Set active low endstops
    ; Z-Probe
    M574 E0 Z1 S2
    M558 P1 H5 I1 F1500 T6000 ; Set Z probe type to unmodulated, the axes for which it is used and the dive height + speeds
    G31 P500 X45 Y20 Z-1.0; Set Z probe trigger value, offset and trigger height
    M557 X15:305 Y15:305 S40       ; Define mesh grid
    ; Heaters
    M305 P0 T100000 B4138 C0 R4700 ; Set thermistor + ADC parameters for heater 0
    M143 H0 S120                   ; Set temperature limit for heater 0 to 120C
    M305 P1 T100000 B4138 C0 R4700 ; Set thermistor + ADC parameters for heater 1
    M143 H1 S280                   ; Set temperature limit for heater 1 to 280C
    ; Fans
    M106 P0 S0.3 I0 F500 H-1       ; Set fan 0 value, PWM signal inversion and frequency. Thermostatic control is turned off
    M106 P4 S1 I0 F500 H1 T45      ; Set fan 1 value, PWM signal inversion and frequency. Thermostatic control is turned on
    M106 P2 S1 I0 F500 H1 T45      ; Set fan 2 value, PWM signal inversion and frequency. Thermostatic control is turned on
    ; Tools
    M563 P1 D0 H1                  ; Define tool 1
    G10 P1 X0 Y0 Z0                ; Set tool 1 axis offsets
    G10 P1 R0 S0                   ; Set initial tool 1 active and standby temperatures to 0C
    ; Custom settings are not configured
    ; Miscellaneous
    T1                             ; Select first tool 

  • Hi.

    I think you are printing way over temp. What is your print temperature? Have you verified it with a thermocouple or similar?

  • Moderator

    I have a Dbot which is a pretty similar CoreXY design.

    Here are my speed settings.

    [c]; ############################
    ; 5 - SPEEDS
    ; ############################

    M566 X700 Y700 Z20 E800 ; Set maximum instantaneous speed changes (mm/min) (Jerk)
    M203 X15000 Y15000 Z500 E15000 ; Set maximum speeds (mm/min)
    M201 X4000 Y4000 Z300 E8000 ; Set maximum accelerations (mm/s^2)
    M204 P1600 T3000 ; Set printing and travel accelerations
    Your jerk values are over 10 times higher than mine. And it doesn't look like you have any acceleration values set. So overall I think you're printing much too fast. What speed are you specifying in the slicer?

  • I will give those a try, I am using default settings on everything and have been trying to take it from there. I have tried so many variations I have lost track

  • You got to configure all the settings in config.g to your printer because each printer is a little different.

    If you post the original firmware for your printer we can show you what changes to make to the config file for the duet.

  • I was running Tronxy x5s marlin 1.8 from thingiverse.

     * Marlin 3D Printer Firmware
     * Copyright (C) 2016 MarlinFirmware [https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin]
     * Based on Sprinter and grbl.
     * Copyright (C) 2011 Camiel Gubbels / Erik van der Zalm
     * This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
     * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
     * the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
     * (at your option) any later version.
     * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
     * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
     * GNU General Public License for more details.
     * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
     * along with this program.  If not, see <http: www.gnu.org="" licenses="">.
     * Configuration.h
     * Basic settings such as:
     * - Type of electronics
     * - Type of temperature sensor
     * - Printer geometry
     * - Endstop configuration
     * - LCD controller
     * - Extra features
     * Advanced settings can be found in Configuration_adv.h
    #define CONFIGURATION_H_VERSION 010107
    //============================= Getting Started =============================
     * Here are some standard links for getting your machine calibrated:
     * http://reprap.org/wiki/Calibration
     * http://youtu.be/wAL9d7FgInk
     * http://calculator.josefprusa.cz
     * http://reprap.org/wiki/Triffid_Hunter%27s_Calibration_Guide
     * http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5573
     * https://sites.google.com/site/repraplogphase/calibration-of-your-reprap
     * http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:298812
    //============================= DELTA Printer ===============================
    // For a Delta printer start with one of the configuration files in the
    // example_configurations/delta directory and customize for your machine.
    //============================= SCARA Printer ===============================
    // For a SCARA printer start with the configuration files in
    // example_configurations/SCARA and customize for your machine.
    // @section info
    // User-specified version info of this build to display in [Pronterface, etc] terminal window during
    // startup. Implementation of an idea by Prof Braino to inform user that any changes made to this
    // build by the user have been successfully uploaded into firmware.
    #define STRING_CONFIG_H_AUTHOR "(Harald Gutsche, TronXY X5S)" // Who made the changes.
    #define STRING_SPLASH_LINE1 SHORT_BUILD_VERSION // will be shown during bootup in line 1
    #define STRING_SPLASH_LINE2 WEBSITE_URL         // will be shown during bootup in line 2
    // *** VENDORS PLEASE READ *****************************************************
    // Marlin now allow you to have a vendor boot image to be displayed on machine
    // start. When SHOW_CUSTOM_BOOTSCREEN is defined Marlin will first show your
    // custom boot image and then the default Marlin boot image is shown.
    // We suggest for you to take advantage of this new feature and keep the Marlin
    // boot image unmodified. For an example have a look at the bq Hephestos 2
    // example configuration folder.
    // @section machine
     * Select which serial port on the board will be used for communication with the host.
     * This allows the connection of wireless adapters (for instance) to non-default port pins.
     * Serial port 0 is always used by the Arduino bootloader regardless of this setting.
     * :[0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]
    #define SERIAL_PORT 0
     * This setting determines the communication speed of the printer.
     * 250000 works in most cases, but you might try a lower speed if
     * you commonly experience drop-outs during host printing.
     * You may try up to 1000000 to speed up SD file transfer.
     * :[2400, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 250000, 500000, 1000000]
    #define BAUDRATE 115200
    // Enable the Bluetooth serial interface on AT90USB devices
    //#define BLUETOOTH
    // The following define selects which electronics board you have.
    // Please choose the name from boards.h that matches your setup
    #ifndef MOTHERBOARD
    // Optional custom name for your RepStrap or other custom machine
    // Displayed in the LCD "Ready" message
    //#define CUSTOM_MACHINE_NAME "3D Printer"
    // Define this to set a unique identifier for this printer, (Used by some programs to differentiate between machines)
    // You can use an online service to generate a random UUID. (eg http://www.uuidgenerator.net/version4)
    //#define MACHINE_UUID "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000"
    // @section extruder
    // This defines the number of extruders
    // :[1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
    #define EXTRUDERS 1
    // For Cyclops or any "multi-extruder" that shares a single nozzle.
    //#define SINGLENOZZLE
     * Průša MK2 Single Nozzle Multi-Material Multiplexer, and variants.
     * This device allows one stepper driver on a control board to drive
     * two to eight stepper motors, one at a time, in a manner suitable
     * for extruders.
     * This option only allows the multiplexer to switch on tool-change.
     * Additional options to configure custom E moves are pending.
    //#define MK2_MULTIPLEXER
      // Override the default DIO selector pins here, if needed.
      // Some pins files may provide defaults for these pins.
      //#define E_MUX0_PIN 40  // Always Required
      //#define E_MUX1_PIN 42  // Needed for 3 to 8 steppers
      //#define E_MUX2_PIN 44  // Needed for 5 to 8 steppers
    // A dual extruder that uses a single stepper motor
      #define SWITCHING_EXTRUDER_SERVO_ANGLES { 0, 90 } // Angles for E0, E1[, E2, E3]
      #if EXTRUDERS > 3
    // A dual-nozzle that uses a servomotor to raise/lower one of the nozzles
    //#define SWITCHING_NOZZLE
      #define SWITCHING_NOZZLE_SERVO_ANGLES { 0, 90 }   // Angles for E0, E1
      //#define HOTEND_OFFSET_Z { 0.0, 0.0 }
     * Two separate X-carriages with extruders that connect to a moving part
     * via a magnetic docking mechanism. Requires SOL1_PIN and SOL2_PIN.
    //#define PARKING_EXTRUDER
      #define PARKING_EXTRUDER_SOLENOIDS_INVERT           // If enabled, the solenoid is NOT magnetized with applied voltage
      #define PARKING_EXTRUDER_SOLENOIDS_PINS_ACTIVE LOW  // LOW or HIGH pin signal energizes the coil
      #define PARKING_EXTRUDER_SOLENOIDS_DELAY 250        // Delay (ms) for magnetic field. No delay if 0 or not defined.
      #define PARKING_EXTRUDER_PARKING_X { -78, 184 }     // X positions for parking the extruders
      #define PARKING_EXTRUDER_GRAB_DISTANCE 1            // mm to move beyond the parking point to grab the extruder
      #define PARKING_EXTRUDER_SECURITY_RAISE 5           // Z-raise before parking
      #define HOTEND_OFFSET_Z { 0.0, 1.3 }                // Z-offsets of the two hotends. The first must be 0.
     * "Mixing Extruder"
     *   - Adds a new code, M165, to set the current mix factors.
     *   - Extends the stepping routines to move multiple steppers in proportion to the mix.
     *   - Optional support for Repetier Firmware M163, M164, and virtual extruder.
     *   - This implementation supports only a single extruder.
     *   - Enable DIRECT_MIXING_IN_G1 for Pia Taubert's reference implementation
    //#define MIXING_EXTRUDER
      #define MIXING_STEPPERS 2        // Number of steppers in your mixing extruder
      #define MIXING_VIRTUAL_TOOLS 16  // Use the Virtual Tool method with M163 and M164
      //#define DIRECT_MIXING_IN_G1    // Allow ABCDHI mix factors in G1 movement commands
    // Offset of the extruders (uncomment if using more than one and relying on firmware to position when changing).
    // The offset has to be X=0, Y=0 for the extruder 0 hotend (default extruder).
    // For the other hotends it is their distance from the extruder 0 hotend.
    //#define HOTEND_OFFSET_X {0.0, 20.00} // (in mm) for each extruder, offset of the hotend on the X axis
    //#define HOTEND_OFFSET_Y {0.0, 5.00}  // (in mm) for each extruder, offset of the hotend on the Y axis
    // @section machine
     * Select your power supply here. Use 0 if you haven't connected the PS_ON_PIN
     * 0 = No Power Switch
     * 1 = ATX
     * 2 = X-Box 360 203Watts (the blue wire connected to PS_ON and the red wire to VCC)
     * :{ 0:'No power switch', 1:'ATX', 2:'X-Box 360' }
    #define POWER_SUPPLY 0
    #if POWER_SUPPLY > 0
      // Enable this option to leave the PSU off at startup.
      // Power to steppers and heaters will need to be turned on with M80.
      //#define PS_DEFAULT_OFF
    // @section temperature
    //============================= Thermal Settings ============================
     * --NORMAL IS 4.7kohm PULLUP!-- 1kohm pullup can be used on hotend sensor, using correct resistor and table
     * Temperature sensors available:
     *    -3 : thermocouple with MAX31855 (only for sensor 0)
     *    -2 : thermocouple with MAX6675 (only for sensor 0)
     *    -1 : thermocouple with AD595
     *     0 : not used
     *     1 : 100k thermistor - best choice for EPCOS 100k (4.7k pullup)
     *     2 : 200k thermistor - ATC Semitec 204GT-2 (4.7k pullup)
     *     3 : Mendel-parts thermistor (4.7k pullup)
     *     4 : 10k thermistor !! do not use it for a hotend. It gives bad resolution at high temp. !!
     *     5 : 100K thermistor - ATC Semitec 104GT-2 (Used in ParCan & J-Head) (4.7k pullup)
     *     6 : 100k EPCOS - Not as accurate as table 1 (created using a fluke thermocouple) (4.7k pullup)
     *     7 : 100k Honeywell thermistor 135-104LAG-J01 (4.7k pullup)
     *    71 : 100k Honeywell thermistor 135-104LAF-J01 (4.7k pullup)
     *     8 : 100k 0603 SMD Vishay NTCS0603E3104FXT (4.7k pullup)
     *     9 : 100k GE Sensing AL03006-58.2K-97-G1 (4.7k pullup)
     *    10 : 100k RS thermistor 198-961 (4.7k pullup)
     *    11 : 100k beta 3950 1% thermistor (4.7k pullup)
     *    12 : 100k 0603 SMD Vishay NTCS0603E3104FXT (4.7k pullup) (calibrated for Makibox hot bed)
     *    13 : 100k Hisens 3950  1% up to 300°C for hotend "Simple ONE " & "Hotend "All In ONE"
     *    20 : the PT100 circuit found in the Ultimainboard V2.x
     *    60 : 100k Maker's Tool Works Kapton Bed Thermistor beta=3950
     *    66 : 4.7M High Temperature thermistor from Dyze Design
     *    70 : the 100K thermistor found in the bq Hephestos 2
     *    75 : 100k Generic Silicon Heat Pad with NTC 100K MGB18-104F39050L32 thermistor
     *       1k ohm pullup tables - This is atypical, and requires changing out the 4.7k pullup for 1k.
     *                              (but gives greater accuracy and more stable PID)
     *    51 : 100k thermistor - EPCOS (1k pullup)
     *    52 : 200k thermistor - ATC Semitec 204GT-2 (1k pullup)
     *    55 : 100k thermistor - ATC Semitec 104GT-2 (Used in ParCan & J-Head) (1k pullup)
     *  1047 : Pt1000 with 4k7 pullup
     *  1010 : Pt1000 with 1k pullup (non standard)
     *   147 : Pt100 with 4k7 pullup
     *   110 : Pt100 with 1k pullup (non standard)
     *         Use these for Testing or Development purposes. NEVER for production machine.
     *   998 : Dummy Table that ALWAYS reads 25°C or the temperature defined below.
     *   999 : Dummy Table that ALWAYS reads 100°C or the temperature defined below.
     * :{ '0': "Not used", '1':"100k / 4.7k - EPCOS", '2':"200k / 4.7k - ATC Semitec 204GT-2", '3':"Mendel-parts / 4.7k", '4':"10k !! do not use for a hotend. Bad resolution at high temp. !!", '5':"100K / 4.7k - ATC Semitec 104GT-2 (Used in ParCan & J-Head)", '6':"100k / 4.7k EPCOS - Not as accurate as Table 1", '7':"100k / 4.7k Honeywell 135-104LAG-J01", '8':"100k / 4.7k 0603 SMD Vishay NTCS0603E3104FXT", '9':"100k / 4.7k GE Sensing AL03006-58.2K-97-G1", '10':"100k / 4.7k RS 198-961", '11':"100k / 4.7k beta 3950 1%", '12':"100k / 4.7k 0603 SMD Vishay NTCS0603E3104FXT (calibrated for Makibox hot bed)", '13':"100k Hisens 3950  1% up to 300°C for hotend 'Simple ONE ' & hotend 'All In ONE'", '20':"PT100 (Ultimainboard V2.x)", '51':"100k / 1k - EPCOS", '52':"200k / 1k - ATC Semitec 204GT-2", '55':"100k / 1k - ATC Semitec 104GT-2 (Used in ParCan & J-Head)", '60':"100k Maker's Tool Works Kapton Bed Thermistor beta=3950", '66':"Dyze Design 4.7M High Temperature thermistor", '70':"the 100K thermistor found in the bq Hephestos 2", '71':"100k / 4.7k Honeywell 135-104LAF-J01", '147':"Pt100 / 4.7k", '1047':"Pt1000 / 4.7k", '110':"Pt100 / 1k (non-standard)", '1010':"Pt1000 / 1k (non standard)", '-3':"Thermocouple + MAX31855 (only for sensor 0)", '-2':"Thermocouple + MAX6675 (only for sensor 0)", '-1':"Thermocouple + AD595",'998':"Dummy 1", '999':"Dummy 2" }
    #define TEMP_SENSOR_0 1
    #define TEMP_SENSOR_1 0
    #define TEMP_SENSOR_2 0
    #define TEMP_SENSOR_3 0
    #define TEMP_SENSOR_4 0
    #define TEMP_SENSOR_BED 1
    // Dummy thermistor constant temperature readings, for use with 998 and 999
    #define DUMMY_THERMISTOR_998_VALUE 25
    #define DUMMY_THERMISTOR_999_VALUE 100
    // Use temp sensor 1 as a redundant sensor with sensor 0\. If the readings
    // from the two sensors differ too much the print will be aborted.
    // Extruder temperature must be close to target for this long before M109 returns success
    #define TEMP_RESIDENCY_TIME 10  // (seconds)
    #define TEMP_HYSTERESIS 3       // (degC) range of +/- temperatures considered "close" to the target one
    #define TEMP_WINDOW     1       // (degC) Window around target to start the residency timer x degC early.
    // Bed temperature must be close to target for this long before M190 returns success
    #define TEMP_BED_RESIDENCY_TIME 10  // (seconds)
    #define TEMP_BED_HYSTERESIS 3       // (degC) range of +/- temperatures considered "close" to the target one
    #define TEMP_BED_WINDOW     1       // (degC) Window around target to start the residency timer x degC early.
    // The minimal temperature defines the temperature below which the heater will not be enabled It is used
    // to check that the wiring to the thermistor is not broken.
    // Otherwise this would lead to the heater being powered on all the time.
    #define HEATER_0_MINTEMP 5
    #define HEATER_1_MINTEMP 5
    #define HEATER_2_MINTEMP 5
    #define HEATER_3_MINTEMP 5
    #define HEATER_4_MINTEMP 5
    #define BED_MINTEMP 5
    // When temperature exceeds max temp, your heater will be switched off.
    // This feature exists to protect your hotend from overheating accidentally, but *NOT* from thermistor short/failure!
    // You should use MINTEMP for thermistor short/failure protection.
    #define HEATER_0_MAXTEMP 275
    #define HEATER_1_MAXTEMP 275
    #define HEATER_2_MAXTEMP 275
    #define HEATER_3_MAXTEMP 275
    #define HEATER_4_MAXTEMP 275
    #define BED_MAXTEMP 150
    //============================= PID Settings ================================
    // PID Tuning Guide here: http://reprap.org/wiki/PID_Tuning
    // Comment the following line to disable PID and enable bang-bang.
    #define PIDTEMP
    #define BANG_MAX 255 // limits current to nozzle while in bang-bang mode; 255=full current
    #define PID_MAX BANG_MAX // limits current to nozzle while PID is active (see PID_FUNCTIONAL_RANGE below); 255=full current
      //#define PID_AUTOTUNE_MENU // Add PID Autotune to the LCD "Temperature" menu to run M303 and apply the result.
      //#define PID_DEBUG // Sends debug data to the serial port.
      //#define PID_OPENLOOP 1 // Puts PID in open loop. M104/M140 sets the output power from 0 to PID_MAX
      //#define SLOW_PWM_HEATERS // PWM with very low frequency (roughly 0.125Hz=8s) and minimum state time of approximately 1s useful for heaters driven by a relay
      //#define PID_PARAMS_PER_HOTEND // Uses separate PID parameters for each extruder (useful for mismatched extruders)
                                      // Set/get with gcode: M301 E[extruder number, 0-2]
      #define PID_FUNCTIONAL_RANGE 10 // If the temperature difference between the target temperature and the actual temperature
                                      // is more than PID_FUNCTIONAL_RANGE then the PID will be shut off and the heater will be set to min/max.
      #define PID_K1 0.95 //smoothing factor within the PID
      // If you are using a pre-configured hotend then you can use one of the value sets by uncommenting it
      // Ultimaker
      #define  DEFAULT_Kp 22.2
      #define  DEFAULT_Ki 1.08
      #define  DEFAULT_Kd 114
      // MakerGear
      //#define  DEFAULT_Kp 7.0
      //#define  DEFAULT_Ki 0.1
      //#define  DEFAULT_Kd 12
      // Mendel Parts V9 on 12V
      //#define  DEFAULT_Kp 63.0
      //#define  DEFAULT_Ki 2.25
      //#define  DEFAULT_Kd 440
    #endif // PIDTEMP
    //============================= PID > Bed Temperature Control ===============
    // Select PID or bang-bang with PIDTEMPBED. If bang-bang, BED_LIMIT_SWITCHING will enable hysteresis
    // Uncomment this to enable PID on the bed. It uses the same frequency PWM as the extruder.
    // If your PID_dT is the default, and correct for your hardware/configuration, that means 7.689Hz,
    // which is fine for driving a square wave into a resistive load and does not significantly impact you FET heating.
    // This also works fine on a Fotek SSR-10DA Solid State Relay into a 250W heater.
    // If your configuration is significantly different than this and you don't understand the issues involved, you probably
    // shouldn't use bed PID until someone else verifies your hardware works.
    // If this is enabled, find your own PID constants below.
    //#define PIDTEMPBED
    // This sets the max power delivered to the bed, and replaces the HEATER_BED_DUTY_CYCLE_DIVIDER option.
    // all forms of bed control obey this (PID, bang-bang, bang-bang with hysteresis)
    // setting this to anything other than 255 enables a form of PWM to the bed just like HEATER_BED_DUTY_CYCLE_DIVIDER did,
    // so you shouldn't use it unless you are OK with PWM on your bed.  (see the comment on enabling PIDTEMPBED)
    #define MAX_BED_POWER 255 // limits duty cycle to bed; 255=full current
      //#define PID_BED_DEBUG // Sends debug data to the serial port.
      //120V 250W silicone heater into 4mm borosilicate (MendelMax 1.5+)
      //from FOPDT model - kp=.39 Tp=405 Tdead=66, Tc set to 79.2, aggressive factor of .15 (vs .1, 1, 10)
      #define  DEFAULT_bedKp 10.00
      #define  DEFAULT_bedKi .023
      #define  DEFAULT_bedKd 305.4
      //120V 250W silicone heater into 4mm borosilicate (MendelMax 1.5+)
      //from pidautotune
      //#define  DEFAULT_bedKp 97.1
      //#define  DEFAULT_bedKi 1.41
      //#define  DEFAULT_bedKd 1675.16
      // FIND YOUR OWN: "M303 E-1 C8 S90" to run autotune on the bed at 90 degreesC for 8 cycles.
    #endif // PIDTEMPBED
    // @section extruder
    // This option prevents extrusion if the temperature is below EXTRUDE_MINTEMP.
    // It also enables the M302 command to set the minimum extrusion temperature
    // or to allow moving the extruder regardless of the hotend temperature.
    #define EXTRUDE_MINTEMP 170
    // This option prevents a single extrusion longer than EXTRUDE_MAXLENGTH.
    // Note that for Bowden Extruders a too-small value here may prevent loading.
    #define EXTRUDE_MAXLENGTH 200
    //======================== Thermal Runaway Protection =======================
     * Thermal Protection provides additional protection to your printer from damage
     * and fire. Marlin always includes safe min and max temperature ranges which
     * protect against a broken or disconnected thermistor wire.
     * The issue: If a thermistor falls out, it will report the much lower
     * temperature of the air in the room, and the the firmware will keep
     * the heater on.
     * If you get "Thermal Runaway" or "Heating failed" errors the
     * details can be tuned in Configuration_adv.h
    #define THERMAL_PROTECTION_HOTENDS // Enable thermal protection for all extruders
    #define THERMAL_PROTECTION_BED     // Enable thermal protection for the heated bed
    //============================= Mechanical Settings =========================
    // @section machine
    // Uncomment one of these options to enable CoreXY, CoreXZ, or CoreYZ kinematics
    // either in the usual order or reversed
    #define COREXY
    //#define COREXZ
    //#define COREYZ
    //#define COREYX
    //#define COREZX
    //#define COREZY
    //============================== Endstop Settings ===========================
    // @section homing
    // Specify here all the endstop connectors that are connected to any endstop or probe.
    // Almost all printers will be using one per axis. Probes will use one or more of the
    // extra connectors. Leave undefined any used for non-endstop and non-probe purposes.
    #define USE_XMIN_PLUG
    #define USE_YMIN_PLUG
    #define USE_ZMIN_PLUG
    //#define USE_XMAX_PLUG
    //#define USE_YMAX_PLUG
    //#define USE_ZMAX_PLUG
    // coarse Endstop Settings
    #define ENDSTOPPULLUPS // Comment this out (using // at the start of the line) to disable the endstop pullup resistors
      // fine endstop settings: Individual pullups. will be ignored if ENDSTOPPULLUPS is defined
      //#define ENDSTOPPULLUP_XMAX
      //#define ENDSTOPPULLUP_YMAX
      //#define ENDSTOPPULLUP_ZMAX
      //#define ENDSTOPPULLUP_XMIN
      //#define ENDSTOPPULLUP_YMIN
      //#define ENDSTOPPULLUP_ZMIN
    // Mechanical endstop with COM to ground and NC to Signal uses "false" here (most common setup).
    #define X_MIN_ENDSTOP_INVERTING true // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop.
    #define Y_MIN_ENDSTOP_INVERTING true // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop.
    #define Z_MIN_ENDSTOP_INVERTING true // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop.
    #define X_MAX_ENDSTOP_INVERTING false // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop.
    #define Y_MAX_ENDSTOP_INVERTING false // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop.
    #define Z_MAX_ENDSTOP_INVERTING false // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop.
    #define Z_MIN_PROBE_ENDSTOP_INVERTING true // set to true to invert the logic of the probe.
    // Enable this feature if all enabled endstop pins are interrupt-capable.
    // This will remove the need to poll the interrupt pins, saving many CPU cycles.
    //============================== Movement Settings ============================
    // @section motion
     * Default Settings
     * These settings can be reset by M502
     * Note that if EEPROM is enabled, saved values will override these.
     * With this option each E stepper can have its own factors for the
     * following movement settings. If fewer factors are given than the
     * total number of extruders, the last value applies to the rest.
    //#define DISTINCT_E_FACTORS
     * Default Axis Steps Per Unit (steps/mm)
     * Override with M92
     *                                      X, Y, Z, E0 [, E1[, E2[, E3[, E4]]]]
    #define DEFAULT_AXIS_STEPS_PER_UNIT   { 80, 80, 400, 95 }
     * Default Max Feed Rate (mm/s)
     * Override with M203
     *                                      X, Y, Z, E0 [, E1[, E2[, E3[, E4]]]]
    #define DEFAULT_MAX_FEEDRATE          { 500, 500, 20, 50 }
     * Default Max Acceleration (change/s) change = mm/s
     * (Maximum start speed for accelerated moves)
     * Override with M201
     *                                      X, Y, Z, E0 [, E1[, E2[, E3[, E4]]]]
    #define DEFAULT_MAX_ACCELERATION      { 3000, 3000, 100, 10000 }
     * Default Acceleration (change/s) change = mm/s
     * Override with M204
     *   M204 P    Acceleration
     *   M204 R    Retract Acceleration
     *   M204 T    Travel Acceleration
    #define DEFAULT_ACCELERATION          3000    // X, Y, Z and E acceleration for printing moves
    #define DEFAULT_RETRACT_ACCELERATION  3000    // E acceleration for retracts
    #define DEFAULT_TRAVEL_ACCELERATION   3000    // X, Y, Z acceleration for travel (non printing) moves
     * Default Jerk (mm/s)
     * Override with M205 X Y Z E
     * "Jerk" specifies the minimum speed change that requires acceleration.
     * When changing speed and direction, if the difference is less than the
     * value set here, it may happen instantaneously.
    #define DEFAULT_XJERK                 20.0
    #define DEFAULT_YJERK                 20.0
    #define DEFAULT_ZJERK                  0.4
    #define DEFAULT_EJERK                  5.0
    //============================= Z Probe Options =============================
    // @section probes
    // See http://marlinfw.org/docs/configuration/probes.html
     * Enable this option for a probe connected to the Z Min endstop pin.
     * Enable this option for a probe connected to any pin except Z-Min.
     * (By default Marlin assumes the Z-Max endstop pin.)
     * To use a custom Z Probe pin, set Z_MIN_PROBE_PIN below.
     *  - The simplest option is to use a free endstop connector.
     *  - Use 5V for powered (usually inductive) sensors.
     *  - RAMPS 1.3/1.4 boards may use the 5V, GND, and Aux4->D32 pin:
     *    - For simple switches connect...
     *      - normally-closed switches to GND and D32.
     *      - normally-open switches to 5V and D32.
     * WARNING: Setting the wrong pin may have unexpected and potentially
     * disastrous consequences. Use with caution and do your homework.
    //#define Z_MIN_PROBE_ENDSTOP
     * Probe Type
     * Allen Key Probes, Servo Probes, Z-Sled Probes, FIX_MOUNTED_PROBE, etc.
     * Activate one of these to use Auto Bed Leveling below.
     * The "Manual Probe" provides a means to do "Auto" Bed Leveling without a probe.
     * Use G29 repeatedly, adjusting the Z height at each point with movement commands
     * or (with LCD_BED_LEVELING) the LCD controller.
    //#define PROBE_MANUALLY
     * A Fix-Mounted Probe either doesn't deploy or needs manual deployment.
     *   (e.g., an inductive probe or a nozzle-based probe-switch.)
    //#define FIX_MOUNTED_PROBE
     * Z Servo Probe, such as an endstop switch on a rotating arm.
    //#define Z_ENDSTOP_SERVO_NR 0   // Defaults to SERVO 0 connector.
    //#define Z_SERVO_ANGLES {70,0}  // Z Servo Deploy and Stow angles
     * The BLTouch probe uses a Hall effect sensor and emulates a servo.
    //#define BLTOUCH
      //#define BLTOUCH_DELAY 375   // (ms) Enable and increase if needed
     * Enable one or more of the following if probing seems unreliable.
     * Heaters and/or fans can be disabled during probing to minimize electrical
     * noise. A delay can also be added to allow noise and vibration to settle.
     * These options are most useful for the BLTouch probe, but may also improve
     * readings with inductive probes and piezo sensors.
    //#define PROBING_HEATERS_OFF       // Turn heaters off when probing
    //#define PROBING_FANS_OFF          // Turn fans off when probing
    //#define DELAY_BEFORE_PROBING 200  // (ms) To prevent vibrations from triggering piezo sensors
    // A probe that is deployed and stowed with a solenoid pin (SOL1_PIN)
    //#define SOLENOID_PROBE
    // A sled-mounted probe like those designed by Charles Bell.
    //#define Z_PROBE_SLED
    //#define SLED_DOCKING_OFFSET 5  // The extra distance the X axis must travel to pickup the sled. 0 should be fine but you can push it further if you'd like.
    // For Z_PROBE_ALLEN_KEY see the Delta example configurations.
     *   Z Probe to nozzle (X,Y) offset, relative to (0, 0).
     *   X and Y offsets must be integers.
     *   In the following example the X and Y offsets are both positive:
     *   #define X_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER 10
     *   #define Y_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER 10
     *      +-- BACK ---+
     *      |           |
     *    L |    (+) P  | R <-- probe (20,20)
     *    E |           | I
     *    F | (-) N (+) | G <-- nozzle (10,10)
     *    T |           | H
     *      |    (-)    | T
     *      |           |
     *      O-- FRONT --+
     *    (0,0)
    #define X_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER 10  // X offset: -left  +right  [of the nozzle]
    #define Y_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER 10  // Y offset: -front +behind [the nozzle]
    #define Z_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER 0   // Z offset: -below +above  [the nozzle]
    // X and Y axis travel speed (mm/m) between probes
    #define XY_PROBE_SPEED 8000
    // Speed for the first approach when double-probing (with PROBE_DOUBLE_TOUCH)
    // Speed for the "accurate" probe of each point
    // Use double touch for probing
    //#define PROBE_DOUBLE_TOUCH
     * Z probes require clearance when deploying, stowing, and moving between
     * probe points to avoid hitting the bed and other hardware.
     * Servo-mounted probes require extra space for the arm to rotate.
     * Inductive probes need space to keep from triggering early.
     * Use these settings to specify the distance (mm) to raise the probe (or
     * lower the bed). The values set here apply over and above any (negative)
     * probe Z Offset set with Z_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER, M851, or the LCD.
     * Only integer values >= 1 are valid here.
     * Example: `M851 Z-5` with a CLEARANCE of 4  =>  9mm from bed to nozzle.
     *     But: `M851 Z+1` with a CLEARANCE of 2  =>  2mm from bed to nozzle.
    #define Z_CLEARANCE_DEPLOY_PROBE   10 // Z Clearance for Deploy/Stow
    #define Z_CLEARANCE_BETWEEN_PROBES  5 // Z Clearance between probe points
    // For M851 give a range for adjusting the Z probe offset
    #define Z_PROBE_OFFSET_RANGE_MIN -20
    // Enable the M48 repeatability test to test probe accuracy
    // For Inverting Stepper Enable Pins (Active Low) use 0, Non Inverting (Active High) use 1
    // :{ 0:'Low', 1:'High' }
    #define X_ENABLE_ON 0
    #define Y_ENABLE_ON 0
    #define Z_ENABLE_ON 0
    #define E_ENABLE_ON 0 // For all extruders
    // Disables axis stepper immediately when it's not being used.
    // WARNING: When motors turn off there is a chance of losing position accuracy!
    #define DISABLE_X false
    #define DISABLE_Y false
    #define DISABLE_Z false
    // Warn on display about possibly reduced accuracy
    // @section extruder
    #define DISABLE_E false // For all extruders
    #define DISABLE_INACTIVE_EXTRUDER true // Keep only the active extruder enabled.
    // @section machine
    // Invert the stepper direction. Change (or reverse the motor connector) if an axis goes the wrong way.
    #define INVERT_X_DIR true
    #define INVERT_Y_DIR true
    #define INVERT_Z_DIR false
    // Enable this option for Toshiba stepper drivers
    // @section extruder
    // For direct drive extruder v9 set to true, for geared extruder set to false.
    #define INVERT_E0_DIR false
    #define INVERT_E1_DIR false
    #define INVERT_E2_DIR false
    #define INVERT_E3_DIR false
    #define INVERT_E4_DIR false
    // @section homing
    //#define NO_MOTION_BEFORE_HOMING  // Inhibit movement until all axes have been homed
    //#define Z_HOMING_HEIGHT 4  // (in mm) Minimal z height before homing (G28) for Z clearance above the bed, clamps, ...
                                 // Be sure you have this distance over your Z_MAX_POS in case.
    // Direction of endstops when homing; 1=MAX, -1=MIN
    // :[-1,1]
    #define X_HOME_DIR -1
    #define Y_HOME_DIR -1
    #define Z_HOME_DIR -1
    // @section machine
    // The size of the print bed
    #define X_BED_SIZE 330
    #define Y_BED_SIZE 330
    // Travel limits (mm) after homing, corresponding to endstop positions.
    #define X_MIN_POS 0
    #define Y_MIN_POS -5
    #define Z_MIN_POS 0
    #define X_MAX_POS 350
    #define Y_MAX_POS 340
    #define Z_MAX_POS 410
     * Software Endstops
     * - Prevent moves outside the set machine bounds.
     * - Individual axes can be disabled, if desired.
     * - X and Y only apply to Cartesian robots.
     * - Use 'M211' to set software endstops on/off or report current state
    // Min software endstops curtail movement below minimum coordinate bounds
    // Max software endstops curtail movement above maximum coordinate bounds
     * Filament Runout Sensor
     * A mechanical or opto endstop is used to check for the presence of filament.
     * RAMPS-based boards use SERVO3_PIN.
     * For other boards you may need to define FIL_RUNOUT_PIN.
     * By default the firmware assumes HIGH = has filament, LOW = ran out
      #define FIL_RUNOUT_INVERTING false // set to true to invert the logic of the sensor.
      #define ENDSTOPPULLUP_FIL_RUNOUT // Uncomment to use internal pullup for filament runout pins if the sensor is defined.
      #define FILAMENT_RUNOUT_SCRIPT "M600"
    //=============================== Bed Leveling ==============================
    // @section bedlevel
     * Choose one of the options below to enable G29 Bed Leveling. The parameters
     * and behavior of G29 will change depending on your selection.
     *  If using a Probe for Z Homing, enable Z_SAFE_HOMING also!
     *   Probe 3 arbitrary points on the bed (that aren't collinear)
     *   You specify the XY coordinates of all 3 points.
     *   The result is a single tilted plane. Best for a flat bed.
     *   Probe several points in a grid.
     *   You specify the rectangle and the density of sample points.
     *   The result is a single tilted plane. Best for a flat bed.
     *   Probe several points in a grid.
     *   You specify the rectangle and the density of sample points.
     *   The result is a mesh, best for large or uneven beds.
     * - AUTO_BED_LEVELING_UBL (Unified Bed Leveling)
     *   A comprehensive bed leveling system combining the features and benefits
     *   of other systems. UBL also includes integrated Mesh Generation, Mesh
     *   Validation and Mesh Editing systems. Currently, UBL is only checked out
     *   for Cartesian Printers. That said, it was primarily designed to correct
     *   poor quality Delta Printers. If you feel adventurous and have a Delta,
     *   please post an issue if something doesn't work correctly. Initially,
     *   you will need to set a reduced bed size so you have a rectangular area
     *   to test on.
     *   Probe a grid manually
     *   The result is a mesh, suitable for large or uneven beds. (See BILINEAR.)
     *   For machines without a probe, Mesh Bed Leveling provides a method to perform
     *   leveling in steps so you can manually adjust the Z height at each grid-point.
     *   With an LCD controller the process is guided step-by-step.
    //#define MESH_BED_LEVELING
     * Enable detailed logging of G28, G29, M48, etc.
     * Turn on with the command 'M111 S32'.
     * NOTE: Requires a lot of PROGMEM!
      // Gradually reduce leveling correction until a set height is reached,
      // at which point movement will be level to the machine's XY plane.
      // The height can be set with M420 Z <height>#define ENABLE_LEVELING_FADE_HEIGHT
      // Set the number of grid points per dimension.
      #define GRID_MAX_POINTS_X 3
      // Set the boundaries for probing (where the probe can reach).
      #define LEFT_PROBE_BED_POSITION 15
      // The Z probe minimum outer margin (to validate G29 parameters).
      #define MIN_PROBE_EDGE 10
      // Probe along the Y axis, advancing X after each column
      //#define PROBE_Y_FIRST
        // Beyond the probed grid, continue the implied tilt?
        // Default is to maintain the height of the nearest edge.
        // Experimental Subdivision of the grid by Catmull-Rom method.
        // Synthesizes intermediate points to produce a more detailed mesh.
          // Number of subdivisions between probe points
          #define BILINEAR_SUBDIVISIONS 3
      // 3 arbitrary points to probe.
      // A simple cross-product is used to estimate the plane of the bed.
      #define ABL_PROBE_PT_1_X 15
      #define ABL_PROBE_PT_1_Y 180
      #define ABL_PROBE_PT_2_X 15
      #define ABL_PROBE_PT_2_Y 20
      #define ABL_PROBE_PT_3_X 170
      #define ABL_PROBE_PT_3_Y 20
      //========================= Unified Bed Leveling ============================
      #define MESH_INSET 1              // Mesh inset margin on print area
      #define GRID_MAX_POINTS_X 10      // Don't use more than 15 points per axis, implementation limited.
      #define UBL_PROBE_PT_1_X 39       // Probing points for 3-Point leveling of the mesh
      #define UBL_PROBE_PT_1_Y 180
      #define UBL_PROBE_PT_2_X 39
      #define UBL_PROBE_PT_2_Y 20
      #define UBL_PROBE_PT_3_X 180
      #define UBL_PROBE_PT_3_Y 20
      //#define UBL_G26_MESH_VALIDATION // Enable G26 mesh validation
        #define MESH_TEST_NOZZLE_SIZE     0.4   // (mm) Diameter of primary nozzle.
        #define MESH_TEST_LAYER_HEIGHT    0.2   // (mm) Default layer height for the G26 Mesh Validation Tool.
        #define MESH_TEST_HOTEND_TEMP   205.0   // (°C) Default nozzle temperature for the G26 Mesh Validation Tool.
        #define MESH_TEST_BED_TEMP       60.0   // (°C) Default bed temperature for the G26 Mesh Validation Tool.
      #define UBL_MESH_EDIT_MOVES_Z     // Sophisticated users prefer no movement of nozzle
      #define UBL_SAVE_ACTIVE_ON_M500   // Save the currently active mesh in the current slot on M500
      //=================================== Mesh ==================================
      #define MESH_INSET 10          // Mesh inset margin on print area
      #define GRID_MAX_POINTS_X 3    // Don't use more than 7 points per axis, implementation limited.
      //#define MESH_G28_REST_ORIGIN // After homing all axes ('G28' or 'G28 XYZ') rest Z at Z_MIN_POS
    #endif // BED_LEVELING
     * Use the LCD controller for bed leveling
    //#define LCD_BED_LEVELING
      #define MBL_Z_STEP 0.025    // Step size while manually probing Z axis.
      #define LCD_PROBE_Z_RANGE 4 // Z Range centered on Z_MIN_POS for LCD Z adjustment
    // Add a menu item to move between bed corners for manual bed adjustment
     * Commands to execute at the end of G29 probing.
     * Useful to retract or move the Z probe out of the way.
    //#define Z_PROBE_END_SCRIPT "G1 Z10 F12000\nG1 X15 Y330\nG1 Z0.5\nG1 Z10"
    // @section homing
    // The center of the bed is at (X=0, Y=0)
    //#define BED_CENTER_AT_0_0
    // Manually set the home position. Leave these undefined for automatic settings.
    // For DELTA this is the top-center of the Cartesian print volume.
    //#define MANUAL_X_HOME_POS 0
    //#define MANUAL_Y_HOME_POS 0
    //#define MANUAL_Z_HOME_POS 0
    // Use "Z Safe Homing" to avoid homing with a Z probe outside the bed area.
    // With this feature enabled:
    // - Allow Z homing only after X and Y homing AND stepper drivers still enabled.
    // - If stepper drivers time out, it will need X and Y homing again before Z homing.
    // - Move the Z probe (or nozzle) to a defined XY point before Z Homing when homing all axes (G28).
    // - Prevent Z homing when the Z probe is outside bed area.
    //#define Z_SAFE_HOMING
      #define Z_SAFE_HOMING_X_POINT ((X_BED_SIZE) / 2)    // X point for Z homing when homing all axes (G28).
      #define Z_SAFE_HOMING_Y_POINT ((Y_BED_SIZE) / 2)    // Y point for Z homing when homing all axes (G28).
    // Homing speeds (mm/m)
    #define HOMING_FEEDRATE_XY (50*60)
    #define HOMING_FEEDRATE_Z  (4*60)
    //============================= Additional Features ===========================
    // @section extras
    // EEPROM
    // The microcontroller can store settings in the EEPROM, e.g. max velocity...
    // M500 - stores parameters in EEPROM
    // M501 - reads parameters from EEPROM (if you need reset them after you changed them temporarily).
    // M502 - reverts to the default "factory settings".  You still need to store them in EEPROM afterwards if you want to.
    #define EEPROM_SETTINGS // Enable for M500 and M501 commands
    //#define DISABLE_M503    // Saves ~2700 bytes of PROGMEM. Disable for release!
    #define EEPROM_CHITCHAT   // Give feedback on EEPROM commands. Disable to save PROGMEM.
    // Host Keepalive
    // When enabled Marlin will send a busy status message to the host
    // every couple of seconds when it can't accept commands.
    #define HOST_KEEPALIVE_FEATURE        // Disable this if your host doesn't like keepalive messages
    #define DEFAULT_KEEPALIVE_INTERVAL 2  // Number of seconds between "busy" messages. Set with M113.
    #define BUSY_WHILE_HEATING            // Some hosts require "busy" messages even during heating
    // M100 Free Memory Watcher
    //#define M100_FREE_MEMORY_WATCHER    // Add M100 (Free Memory Watcher) to debug memory usage
    // G20/G21 Inch mode support
    //#define INCH_MODE_SUPPORT
    // M149 Set temperature units support
    // @section temperature
    // Preheat Constants
    #define PREHEAT_1_TEMP_HOTEND 180
    #define PREHEAT_1_TEMP_BED     70
    #define PREHEAT_1_FAN_SPEED     0 // Value from 0 to 255
    #define PREHEAT_2_TEMP_HOTEND 240
    #define PREHEAT_2_TEMP_BED    110
    #define PREHEAT_2_FAN_SPEED     0 // Value from 0 to 255
     * Nozzle Park -- EXPERIMENTAL
     * Park the nozzle at the given XYZ position on idle or G27.
     * The "P" parameter controls the action applied to the Z axis:
     *    P0  (Default) If Z is below park Z raise the nozzle.
     *    P1  Raise the nozzle always to Z-park height.
     *    P2  Raise the nozzle by Z-park amount, limited to Z_MAX_POS.
      // Specify a park position as { X, Y, Z }
      #define NOZZLE_PARK_POINT { (X_MIN_POS + 10), (Y_MAX_POS - 10), 20 }
     * Clean Nozzle Feature -- EXPERIMENTAL
     * Adds the G12 command to perform a nozzle cleaning process.
     * Parameters:
     *   P  Pattern
     *   S  Strokes / Repetitions
     *   T  Triangles (P1 only)
     * Patterns:
     *   P0  Straight line (default). This process requires a sponge type material
     *       at a fixed bed location. "S" specifies strokes (i.e. back-forth motions)
     *       between the start / end points.
     *   P1  Zig-zag pattern between (X0, Y0) and (X1, Y1), "T" specifies the
     *       number of zig-zag triangles to do. "S" defines the number of strokes.
     *       Zig-zags are done in whichever is the narrower dimension.
     *       For example, "G12 P1 S1 T3" will execute:
     *          --
     *         |  (X0, Y1) |     /\        /\        /\     | (X1, Y1)
     *         |           |    /  \      /  \      /  \    |
     *       A |           |   /    \    /    \    /    \   |
     *         |           |  /      \  /      \  /      \  |
     *         |  (X0, Y0) | /        \/        \/        \ | (X1, Y0)
     *          --         +--------------------------------+
     *                       |________|_________|_________|
     *                           T1        T2        T3
     *   P2  Circular pattern with middle at NOZZLE_CLEAN_CIRCLE_MIDDLE.
     *       "R" specifies the radius. "S" specifies the stroke count.
     *       Before starting, the nozzle moves to NOZZLE_CLEAN_START_POINT.
     *   Caveats: The ending Z should be the same as starting Z.
     * Attention: EXPERIMENTAL. G-code arguments may change.
      // Default number of pattern repetitions
      #define NOZZLE_CLEAN_STROKES  12
      // Default number of triangles
      // Specify positions as { X, Y, Z }
      #define NOZZLE_CLEAN_START_POINT { 30, 30, (Z_MIN_POS + 1)}
      #define NOZZLE_CLEAN_END_POINT   {100, 60, (Z_MIN_POS + 1)}
      // Circular pattern radius
      // Circular pattern circle fragments number
      #define NOZZLE_CLEAN_CIRCLE_FN 10
      // Middle point of circle
      // Moves the nozzle to the initial position
     * Print Job Timer
     * Automatically start and stop the print job timer on M104/M109/M190.
     *   M104 (hotend, no wait) - high temp = none,        low temp = stop timer
     *   M109 (hotend, wait)    - high temp = start timer, low temp = stop timer
     *   M190 (bed, wait)       - high temp = start timer, low temp = none
     * The timer can also be controlled with the following commands:
     *   M75 - Start the print job timer
     *   M76 - Pause the print job timer
     *   M77 - Stop the print job timer
     * Print Counter
     * Track statistical data such as:
     *  - Total print jobs
     *  - Total successful print jobs
     *  - Total failed print jobs
     *  - Total time printing
     * View the current statistics with M78.
    //#define PRINTCOUNTER
    //============================= LCD and SD support ============================
    // @section lcd
     * Select the language to display on the LCD. These languages are available:
     *    en, an, bg, ca, cn, cz, cz_utf8, de, el, el-gr, es, eu, fi, fr, fr_utf8, gl,
     *    hr, it, kana, kana_utf8, nl, pl, pt, pt_utf8, pt-br, pt-br_utf8, ru, sk_utf8,
     *    tr, uk, zh_CN, zh_TW, test
     * :{ 'en':'English', 'an':'Aragonese', 'bg':'Bulgarian', 'ca':'Catalan', 'cn':'Chinese', 'cz':'Czech', 'cz_utf8':'Czech (UTF8)', 'de':'German', 'el':'Greek', 'el-gr':'Greek (Greece)', 'es':'Spanish', 'eu':'Basque-Euskera', 'fi':'Finnish', 'fr':'French', 'fr_utf8':'French (UTF8)', 'gl':'Galician', 'hr':'Croatian', 'it':'Italian', 'kana':'Japanese', 'kana_utf8':'Japanese (UTF8)', 'nl':'Dutch', 'pl':'Polish', 'pt':'Portuguese', 'pt-br':'Portuguese (Brazilian)', 'pt-br_utf8':'Portuguese (Brazilian UTF8)', 'pt_utf8':'Portuguese (UTF8)', 'ru':'Russian', 'sk_utf8':'Slovak (UTF8)', 'tr':'Turkish', 'uk':'Ukrainian', 'zh_CN':'Chinese (Simplified)', 'zh_TW':'Chinese (Taiwan)', test':'TEST' }
    #define LCD_LANGUAGE en
     * LCD Character Set
     * Note: This option is NOT applicable to Graphical Displays.
     * All character-based LCDs provide ASCII plus one of these
     * language extensions:
     *  - JAPANESE ... the most common
     *  - WESTERN  ... with more accented characters
     *  - CYRILLIC ... for the Russian language
     * To determine the language extension installed on your controller:
     *  - Compile and upload with LCD_LANGUAGE set to 'test'
     *  - Click the controller to view the LCD menu
     *  - The LCD will display Japanese, Western, or Cyrillic text
     * See http://marlinfw.org/docs/development/lcd_language.html
     * LCD TYPE
     * Enable ULTRA_LCD for a 16x2, 16x4, 20x2, or 20x4 character-based LCD.
     * Enable DOGLCD for a 128x64 (ST7565R) Full Graphical Display.
     * (These options will be enabled automatically for most displays.)
     * IMPORTANT: The U8glib library is required for Full Graphic Display!
     *            https://github.com/olikraus/U8glib_Arduino
    //#define ULTRA_LCD   // Character based
    #define DOGLCD      // Full graphics display
     * SD CARD
     * SD Card support is disabled by default. If your controller has an SD slot,
     * you must uncomment the following option or it won't work.
    #define SDSUPPORT
     * Enable one of the following items for a slower SPI transfer speed.
     * This may be required to resolve "volume init" errors.
     * Use CRC checks and retries on the SD communication.
    //#define SD_CHECK_AND_RETRY
    // This option overrides the default number of encoder pulses needed to
    // produce one step. Should be increased for high-resolution encoders.
    // Use this option to override the number of step signals required to
    // move between next/prev menu items.
     * Encoder Direction Options
     * Test your encoder's behavior first with both options disabled.
     *  Reversed Value Edit and Menu Nav? Enable REVERSE_ENCODER_DIRECTION.
     *  Reversed Menu Navigation only?    Enable REVERSE_MENU_DIRECTION.
     *  Reversed Value Editing only?      Enable BOTH options.
    // This option reverses the encoder direction everywhere.
    //  Set this option if CLOCKWISE causes values to DECREASE
    // This option reverses the encoder direction for navigating LCD menus.
    //  If CLOCKWISE normally moves DOWN this makes it go UP.
    //  If CLOCKWISE normally moves UP this makes it go DOWN.
    // Individual Axis Homing
    // Add individual axis homing items (Home X, Home Y, and Home Z) to the LCD menu.
    // If you have a speaker that can produce tones, enable it here.
    // By default Marlin assumes you have a buzzer with a fixed frequency.
    //#define SPEAKER
    // The duration and frequency for the UI feedback sound.
    // Set these to 0 to disable audio feedback in the LCD menus.
    // Note: Test audio output with the G-Code:
    //  M300 S <frequency hz="">P <duration ms="">//
    //#define LCD_FEEDBACK_FREQUENCY_HZ 1000
    // CONTROLLER TYPE: Standard
    // Marlin supports a wide variety of controllers.
    // Enable one of the following options to specify your controller.
    // ULTIMAKER Controller.
    // ULTIPANEL as seen on Thingiverse.
    //#define ULTIPANEL
    // PanelOne from T3P3 (via RAMPS 1.4 AUX2/AUX3)
    // http://reprap.org/wiki/PanelOne
    //#define PANEL_ONE
    // MaKr3d Makr-Panel with graphic controller and SD support.
    // http://reprap.org/wiki/MaKr3d_MaKrPanel
    //#define MAKRPANEL
    // ReprapWorld Graphical LCD
    // https://reprapworld.com/?products_details&products_id/1218
    // Activate one of these if you have a Panucatt Devices
    // Viki 2.0 or mini Viki with Graphic LCD
    // http://panucatt.com
    //#define VIKI2
    //#define miniVIKI
    // Adafruit ST7565 Full Graphic Controller.
    // https://github.com/eboston/Adafruit-ST7565-Full-Graphic-Controller/
    // RepRapDiscount Smart Controller.
    // http://reprap.org/wiki/RepRapDiscount_Smart_Controller
    // Note: Usually sold with a white PCB.
    // GADGETS3D G3D LCD/SD Controller
    // http://reprap.org/wiki/RAMPS_1.3/1.4_GADGETS3D_Shield_with_Panel
    // Note: Usually sold with a blue PCB.
    //#define G3D_PANEL
    // RepRapDiscount FULL GRAPHIC Smart Controller
    // http://reprap.org/wiki/RepRapDiscount_Full_Graphic_Smart_Controller
    // MakerLab Mini Panel with graphic
    // controller and SD support - http://reprap.org/wiki/Mini_panel
    //#define MINIPANEL
    // RepRapWorld REPRAPWORLD_KEYPAD v1.1
    // http://reprapworld.com/?products_details&products_id=202&cPath=1591_1626
    // REPRAPWORLD_KEYPAD_MOVE_STEP sets how much should the robot move when a key
    // is pressed, a value of 10.0 means 10mm per click.
    // RigidBot Panel V1.0
    // http://www.inventapart.com/
    //#define RIGIDBOT_PANEL
    // BQ LCD Smart Controller shipped by
    // default with the BQ Hephestos 2 and Witbox 2.
    // Cartesio UI
    // http://mauk.cc/webshop/cartesio-shop/electronics/user-interface
    //#define CARTESIO_UI
    // ANET_10 Controller supported displays.
    //#define ANET_KEYPAD_LCD         // Requires ADC_KEYPAD_PIN to be assigned to an analog pin.
                                      // This LCD is known to be susceptible to electrical interference
                                      // which scrambles the display.  Pressing any button clears it up.
    //#define ANET_FULL_GRAPHICS_LCD  // Anet 128x64 full graphics lcd with rotary encoder as used on Anet A6
                                      // A clone of the RepRapDiscount full graphics display but with
                                      // different pins/wiring (see pins_ANET_10.h).
    // LCD for Melzi Card with Graphical LCD
    //#define LCD_FOR_MELZI
    // Note: These controllers require the installation of Arduino's LiquidCrystal_I2C
    // library. For more info: https://github.com/kiyoshigawa/LiquidCrystal_I2C
    // Elefu RA Board Control Panel
    // http://www.elefu.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=53
    //#define RA_CONTROL_PANEL
    // Sainsmart YW Robot (LCM1602) LCD Display
    // Note: This controller requires F.Malpartida's LiquidCrystal_I2C library
    // https://bitbucket.org/fmalpartida/new-liquidcrystal/wiki/Home
    // Generic LCM1602 LCD adapter
    //#define LCM1602
    // PANELOLU2 LCD with status LEDs,
    // separate encoder and click inputs.
    // Note: This controller requires Arduino's LiquidTWI2 library v1.2.3 or later.
    // For more info: https://github.com/lincomatic/LiquidTWI2
    // Note: The PANELOLU2 encoder click input can either be directly connected to
    // a pin (if BTN_ENC defined to != -1) or read through I2C (when BTN_ENC == -1).
    //#define LCD_I2C_PANELOLU2
    // Panucatt VIKI LCD with status LEDs,
    // integrated click & L/R/U/D buttons, separate encoder inputs.
    //#define LCD_I2C_VIKI
    // SSD1306 OLED full graphics generic display
    //#define U8GLIB_SSD1306
    // SAV OLEd LCD module support using either SSD1306 or SH1106 based LCD modules
    //#define SAV_3DGLCD
      //#define U8GLIB_SSD1306
      #define U8GLIB_SH1106
    // CONTROLLER TYPE: Shift register panels
    // 2 wire Non-latching LCD SR from https://goo.gl/aJJ4sH
    // LCD configuration: http://reprap.org/wiki/SAV_3D_LCD
    //#define SAV_3DLCD
    // TinyBoy2 128x64 OLED / Encoder Panel
    //#define OLED_PANEL_TINYBOY2
    // Makeboard 3D Printer Parts 3D Printer Mini Display 1602 Mini Controller
    // https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Micromake-Makeboard-3D-Printer-Parts-3D-Printer-Mini-Display-1602-Mini-Controller-Compatible-with-Ramps-1/32765887917.html
    //#define MAKEBOARD_MINI_2_LINE_DISPLAY_1602
    // MKS MINI12864 with graphic controller and SD support
    // http://reprap.org/wiki/MKS_MINI_12864
    //#define MKS_MINI_12864
    // Factory display for Creality CR-10
    // https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Universal-LCD-12864-3D-Printer-Display-Screen-With-Encoder-For-CR-10-CR-7-Model/32833148327.html
    // This is RAMPS-compatible using a single 10-pin connector.
    // (For CR-10 owners who want to replace the Melzi Creality board but retain the display)
    //#define CR10_STOCKDISPLAY
    // http://reprap.org/wiki/MKS_12864OLED
    // Tiny, but very sharp OLED display
    //#define MKS_12864OLED
    // Silvergate GLCD controller
    // http://github.com/android444/Silvergate
    //=============================== Extra Features ==============================
    // @section extras
    // Increase the FAN PWM frequency. Removes the PWM noise but increases heating in the FET/Arduino
    //#define FAST_PWM_FAN
    // Use software PWM to drive the fan, as for the heaters. This uses a very low frequency
    // which is not as annoying as with the hardware PWM. On the other hand, if this frequency
    // is too low, you should also increment SOFT_PWM_SCALE.
    //#define FAN_SOFT_PWM
    // Incrementing this by 1 will double the software PWM frequency,
    // affecting heaters, and the fan if FAN_SOFT_PWM is enabled.
    // However, control resolution will be halved for each increment;
    // at zero value, there are 128 effective control positions.
    #define SOFT_PWM_SCALE 0
    // If SOFT_PWM_SCALE is set to a value higher than 0, dithering can
    // be used to mitigate the associated resolution loss. If enabled,
    // some of the PWM cycles are stretched so on average the desired
    // duty cycle is attained.
    //#define SOFT_PWM_DITHER
    // Temperature status LEDs that display the hotend and bed temperature.
    // If all hotends, bed temperature, and target temperature are under 54C
    // then the BLUE led is on. Otherwise the RED led is on. (1C hysteresis)
    //#define TEMP_STAT_LEDS
    // M240  Triggers a camera by emulating a Canon RC-1 Remote
    // Data from: http://www.doc-diy.net/photo/rc-1_hacked/
    //#define PHOTOGRAPH_PIN     23
    // SkeinForge sends the wrong arc g-codes when using Arc Point as fillet procedure
    //#define SF_ARC_FIX
    // Support for the BariCUDA Paste Extruder
    //#define BARICUDA
    // Support for BlinkM/CyzRgb
    //#define BLINKM
    // Support for PCA9632 PWM LED driver
    //#define PCA9632
     * RGB LED / LED Strip Control
     * Enable support for an RGB LED connected to 5V digital pins, or
     * an RGB Strip connected to MOSFETs controlled by digital pins.
     * Adds the M150 command to set the LED (or LED strip) color.
     * If pins are PWM capable (e.g., 4, 5, 6, 11) then a range of
     * luminance values can be set from 0 to 255.
     * For Neopixel LED an overall brightness parameter is also available.
     * *** CAUTION ***
     *  LED Strips require a MOFSET Chip between PWM lines and LEDs,
     *  as the Arduino cannot handle the current the LEDs will require.
     *  Failure to follow this precaution can destroy your Arduino!
     *  NOTE: A separate 5V power supply is required! The Neopixel LED needs
     *  more current than the Arduino 5V linear regulator can produce.
     * *** CAUTION ***
     * LED Type. Enable only one of the following two options.
    //#define RGB_LED
    //#define RGBW_LED
      #define RGB_LED_R_PIN 34
      #define RGB_LED_G_PIN 43
      #define RGB_LED_B_PIN 35
      #define RGB_LED_W_PIN -1
    // Support for Adafruit Neopixel LED driver
    //#define NEOPIXEL_LED
      #define NEOPIXEL_TYPE   NEO_GRBW // NEO_GRBW / NEO_GRB - four/three channel driver type (defined in Adafruit_NeoPixel.h)
      #define NEOPIXEL_PIN    4        // LED driving pin on motherboard 4 => D4 (EXP2-5 on Printrboard) / 30 => PC7 (EXP3-13 on Rumba)
      #define NEOPIXEL_PIXELS 30       // Number of LEDs in the strip
      #define NEOPIXEL_IS_SEQUENTIAL   // Sequential display for temperature change - LED by LED. Disable to change all LEDs at once.
      #define NEOPIXEL_BRIGHTNESS 127  // Initial brightness (0-255)
      //#define NEOPIXEL_STARTUP_TEST  // Cycle through colors at startup
     * Printer Event LEDs
     * During printing, the LEDs will reflect the printer status:
     *  - Gradually change from blue to violet as the heated bed gets to target temp
     *  - Gradually change from violet to red as the hotend gets to temperature
     *  - Change to white to illuminate work surface
     *  - Change to green once print has finished
     *  - Turn off after the print has finished and the user has pushed a button
      #define PRINTER_EVENT_LEDS
     * R/C SERVO support
     * Sponsored by TrinityLabs, Reworked by codexmas
     * Number of servos
     * For some servo-related options NUM_SERVOS will be set automatically.
     * Set this manually if there are extra servos needing manual control.
     * Leave undefined or set to 0 to entirely disable the servo subsystem.
    //#define NUM_SERVOS 3 // Servo index starts with 0 for M280 command
    // Delay (in milliseconds) before the next move will start, to give the servo time to reach its target angle.
    // 300ms is a good value but you can try less delay.
    // If the servo can't reach the requested position, increase it.
    #define SERVO_DELAY { 300 }
    // Servo deactivation
    // With this option servos are powered only during movement, then turned off to prevent jitter.
     * Filament Width Sensor
     * Measures the filament width in real-time and adjusts
     * flow rate to compensate for any irregularities.
     * Also allows the measured filament diameter to set the
     * extrusion rate, so the slicer only has to specify the
     * volume.
     * Only a single extruder is supported at this time.
     *  34 RAMPS_14    : Analog input 5 on the AUX2 connector
     *  81 PRINTRBOARD : Analog input 2 on the Exp1 connector (version B,C,D,E)
     * 301 RAMBO       : Analog input 3
     * Note: May require analog pins to be defined for other boards.
    #define DEFAULT_NOMINAL_FILAMENT_DIA 1.75   // (mm) Diameter of the filament generally used (3.0 or 1.75mm), also used in the slicer. Used to validate sensor reading.
      #define FILAMENT_SENSOR_EXTRUDER_NUM 0    // Index of the extruder that has the filament sensor (0,1,2,3)
      #define MEASUREMENT_DELAY_CM        14    // (cm) The distance from the filament sensor to the melting chamber
      #define MEASURED_UPPER_LIMIT         3.30 // (mm) Upper limit used to validate sensor reading
      #define MEASURED_LOWER_LIMIT         1.90 // (mm) Lower limit used to validate sensor reading
      #define MAX_MEASUREMENT_DELAY       20    // (bytes) Buffer size for stored measurements (1 byte per cm). Must be larger than MEASUREMENT_DELAY_CM.
      #define DEFAULT_MEASURED_FILAMENT_DIA DEFAULT_NOMINAL_FILAMENT_DIA // Set measured to nominal initially
      // Display filament width on the LCD status line. Status messages will expire after 5 seconds.
      //#define FILAMENT_LCD_DISPLAY
    #endif // CONFIGURATION_H</duration></frequency></height></http:> 

  • I REALLY appreciate the help, thank you. Here is a link to what I had flashed on the melzi board. Sorry, I am misunderstanding transfer. I am trying hard to figure this out with out being a pest lol.


  • I would suggest to start with configuration from the Reprap configuration. Load that to duet and make changes…

  • @alexlin I have and have not been able to get a good print.

  • How were prints prior to switching to a Duet? Have you done any other upgrades to this printer? I don't know if I have ever read or watched a review of this printer that didn't say it had good bones, but needed a TON of work.

  • Moderator

    @flippnswitchez Did you try the speed settings above?

    I can share my config set for my corexy you can use to base your own off if you'd like.

  • administrators

    I agree with @Qdeathstar, I think you are printing with the extruder too hot.

  • @phaedrux I did and nothing has gotten better.

    I actually pulled up my old config from the stock board, which I think I did correctly. I have tried making adjustments from there also with no luck

    ; Drives
    M569 P0 S1; Drive 0 goes forwards
    M569 P1 S1; Drive 1 goes backwards
    M569 P2 S0; Drive 2 goes forwards
    M569 P3 S0; Drive 3 goes forwards
    M350 X32 Y32 Z32 E32 I1; Configure microstepping with interpolation
    M92 X160 Y160 Z800 E400; Set steps per mm
    M566 X400 Y400 Z12 E100        ; Set maximum instantaneous speed 
    M203 X900 Y900 Z40 E100    ; Set maximum speeds (mm/min)
    M201 X6000 Y6000 Z200 E20000        ; Set accelerations (mm/s^2)
    M906 X1200 Y1200 Z1000 E1000 I30  
    M84 S5                         ; Set idle timeout
    ; Axis Limits
    M208 X0 Y-5 Z0 S1               ; Set axis minima
    M208 X330 Y330 Z400 S0         ; Set axis maxima
    ; Endstops
    M574 X1 Y2 Z1 S0               ; Set active low endstops
    ; Z-Probe
    ;M574 E0 Z1 S0
    M558 P1 H6.38 I1 F200 T6000; Set Z probe type to unmodulated, the axes for which it is used and the dive height + speeds
    G31 P600 X45 Y20 Z2.5; Set Z probe trigger value, offset and trigger height
    M557 X15:305 Y15:305 S40       ; Define mesh grid 

  • @dc42 I am printing at 190

  • @flippnswitchez , Both printed examples looked squished, as if your Z steps per mm are off. If you have a stock Tronxy X5S, it came with an 8MM screw and your M92 command should be set at Z400 instead of Z800. Mesh leveling might work once this has been corrected.

  • What speeds were you printing those cubes at? I assume that the STL's ARE cubes, so in theory the z steps might actually not be off, as they seem pretty, um, cubic?

    If you are printing reasonably slowly, I see varios other issues - it would be good to know if the printer BEFORE the change to Duet had similar issues or if you have some example prints:
    if the temp really was 190ºC, then the first layer did not have good adhesion (corners pulled up) - what does the bottom look like? what are you using on the bed to help adhesion? the heater resistance is correctly and firmly held in place? the same goes for the thermistor, almost even more important, as if it is not getting all the heat from the heater, the heater will have to get hotter before the thermistor reaches the target temp.

    the layers seem more out of jink in the left cube, the corners are worse, and the color is not as "matte" - it was printed faster and hotter? in general does the printer shake a lot and make "shaky" noises? lack of repeatability from one layer to the next can indicate loose hardware or belts..

    we have to try and eliminate hardware issues before isolating software problems...


  • @andymidtf before the change everything printed and worked well.

    Currently, the first layer of the walls is thin, so thin it the filament doesn't even show it's color. Then when it moves to fill in the center of the cube it is coming out thick.

    I decided to grab anything test cube from thingiverse and take a look at my Simplify 3D settings. ensured a the nozzle diameter was correct. the multiplier extrusion is set .90 and the width is set .48. These are the settings I used before the switch to duet. Well, the cube printed in a different area of the bed and the brim and walls come out a little thicker but not as thick as the center again.

    I previously leveled the bed manually with a sheet of paper. I decided to run an auto bed come to see how it would do. No improvements, so I then ran the mesh. Before doing so, I moved the bed all the way to the bottom and back up trying to ensure the z motors are synced. The grid picture revealed a slope of the bed. I then ran the grid mesh repeatedly until I had everything level and on the bed.

    The print the walls were like the center then. But it felt like the print was over extruding to me. I could be wrong on this. I am no expert, clearly haha. So I decided to try to retune the extruder and make sure things were correct.

    Well for some reason that has thrown the grid mesh off. Maybe it is from the emergency stops. I am not sure. I probably spent 4 to 6 hrs with the mesh being perfectly fine the other day. So now I am back to fighting the mesh....

    I did change the nozzle to the E3D V6 nozzle when I switched to the duet. So maybe this is part of my problem also.... I am trying every day for hours at a time to get this thing back up. I REALLY want to use this board because of all the great things I have heard. I have asked in FB groups for others Tronxy X5S configs, just so I can compare to someone that has a similar build but no luck with anyone sharing.

  • @ayudtee I also have changed the 800 to 400. I am not exaggerating when I say I have tried so many different things, lol.

  • @flippnswitchez said in A month of tweaking and still can not get a print….:

    Tronxy x5s

    Perhaps the small part needs more cooling? Uploading photos of a
    larger print like the 3D benchy might help with troubleshooting.

  • Moderator

    Knowing your slicing settings might help as well. What speeds are you trying to hit?

    When you switched to the V6 nozzle, did you re-run a PID tune cycle on the heater?

  • ![I did a PID tune. Here are my current config settings and this is how the print looks M350 X32 Y32 Z32 E32 I1; Configure microstepping with interpolation
    M92 X160 Y160 Z400 E190; Set steps per mm
    M566 X500 Y500 Z80 E100 ; Set maximum instantaneous speed
    M203 X1000 Y1000 Z450 E100 ; Set maximum speeds (mm/min)
    M201 X6000 Y6000 Z200 E10000 ; Set accelerations (mm/s^2)
    M906 X1400 Y1400 Z1500 E800 I30
    M84 S5 ; Set idle timeout

    ; Axis Limits
    M208 X0 Y-5 Z0 S1 ; Set axis minima
    M208 X330 Y330 Z400 S0 ; Set axis maxima

    ; Endstops
    M574 X1 Y2 Z1 S0 ; Set active low endstops

    ; Z-Probe
    ;M574 E0 Z1 S0
    M558 P1 H3 I1 F200 T6000; Set Z probe type to unmodulated, the axes for which it is used and the dive height + speeds
    G31 P600 X45 Y20 Z.35; Set Z probe trigger value, offset and trigger height
    M557 X15:305 Y15:305 S40 ; Define mesh grid

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