Maestro connection/guide halp!
I think you may want to have another crack at the online configurator and see if you can provide some more accurate details.
You can also post your config.g here along with a description of your printer details so we can point out what needs to be changed.
Perhaps this would be of help:
Ok so I took it all apart and started over.
I got all my endstops working, I connected them side by side and not most two outer pins. My bad.
I even made my optical endstops working!
Bed and hotend heats up!
It homes and runs correctly in all directions!
Now to setup that BLtouch, but I see I'm not the only one having issues, but I'll take this elsewhere, for now
Now to setup that BLtouch, but I see I'm not the only one having issues,
It's really not that bad.
Did you follow the setup guide?
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Nah not yet, I have more important errors to look into as of now
Getting a new one and I see it's been up quite a few times!
I had a somewhat successful print last night. Massive over extrusion and skipping. I did the math wrong, I later realized that I forgot that I some weeks back went from 32 > 16 stepping on the extruder and forgot to take this into account.
Anyways, I'm now getting this error !
Fun fact I'm doing a test cube XYZ it lays down the first layer perfect, starts the second layer, does one round then it stops extruding and this comes up.
I did for a brief moment set a higher motor current, cause there's little to no holding power on the steppers. Im used to them being locked down and immoveable!
It shortly popped up on Driver2 but I somehow set the direction as reverse by mistake /shrug reverting this fixed it.
I checked Vin it's stable.
The drivers Arent hot, it extruders 10x100mm no problems
I wanted to try extruding on E1 instead of E0 but it wouldn't let me, I think put in the wrong code for it...
That may help you to reconfigure your tool to use a different extruder drive.
Do you still get that error if you disconnect the motor and issue a movement command to the driver? If you no longer get the error that would hint that it is a wiring problem.
@phaedrux The thing is, it's not complaining till second layer. I can issue ten 100mm extrusions without issues.
What firmware version are you using?
I believe this thread may apply to your issue.
You may need to upgrade to 2.02RC2 if you aren't already and tune your stealth chop / spread cycle setup.
2.01beta I'll update and look into this. Thank you very much!
This can't be right.
Besides it's cloning all my macros/Gcodes all the time. Trying to revert this lol
@fizban what file did you use?
Ok nevermind, Now it actually updated. I had to drag and drop to make it work.
Lol I guess I'll learn this DWC some day =D
It's also a lot more responsive now on the interface!
what the actual f.. Oo
@fizban Have you power cycled after the update?
I have, I'll re-slice it file lol. I think klipper did similar to me before I switched tbf.
I'm now printing again, it sounds different so I take it that the firmware altered something.
I'll look into the interpolation/stealthchop thingie tomorrow.
Right now I'd better get downstairs to the missus! She feels neglected the past days
Thanks @Phaedrux you know your duet! t's much appreciated!!
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I think the newer firmware switches to spreadcycle to maintain torque at higher speeds.
@Duckle Makes sense, before upgrade it was ninja silent, now it resonates a wee bit.
Gotta say I thought my 8825 was quiet, but this is wonderful. I do however miss not being able to hear if it actually runs
Anyways first test print of the cube was good.
Think I need to tune my PID, get the BLtouch sorted and fully calibrate the extruder it's off by +.07mm on the cube, and figure out some non duet stuff like why I still get vertical bands after upgrading to linear rails.
I will undoubtfully return with more questions later haha.