@Phaedrux ok, sorry about that confusion. I wasn’t sure what part of the code to input into my homez file at first but it works now. Thanks.
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RE: z probe not displaying under sensor status web controller
RE: duet 3 connecting z probe inductive sensor
Ok never mind the resistors, I’ll try that out later but I just ordered another probe that is a npn swapped it out. It works just had to fix a couple wiring issues but anyone out there wanting to use a inductive sensor make sure it’s a npn inductive sensor, also the sensor works with the 3.3v power in the io5 pin and didn’t need to wire it to the vin or 12v. I have the brown going to 3.3v, the blue going to ground and the black going to “io5.in”. Well thanks for the help problem solved.
Trouble with first test print
So I’m ready to print or at least I think I am. Calibrated the extruder, set the mesh compensation, and all axis home as they should.
Issue is as it homes the x y and z axis, heats up the nozzle, and z goes back down it begins to extrude the Filament but it doesn’t move the x or y axis. I’m not sure what to do.
I’m using the cura slicer and using a level bed test print and cube.
Duet 3 board and 3.3.1 rrf
Here’s the link to the print
Faulty heater from manufacturer/supplier
Warning to anyone considering purchasing a heater from a Chinese company to (save money) be cautious about buying from there as it’s not UL rated(from my research). I purchased a very large heater from a supplier in China and I had a licensed electrician come install everything needed to run it( he was skeptical about the heater and only helped with the circuit breaker and outlet). Then two months later after running the heater up to 100c (because the build plate is a 1/4 inch thick and heat transfer is low) the heater started smoking by the wire leading out of the base of the heater. Photos attached..... lesson learned and could have led to a fire. I won’t be buying a heater from that specific Chinese company again. Now I’m looking for a US manufacturer that can make a heater so it’s gonna be pricey but you get what you pay for($180). BTW the heater is “rated” for 120c max and the configuration was 120v at 3000w at 30a which was doable and the electrician confirmed it but recommended a 240v when using that much power next time to reduce the amps. So I won’t be cheap when it comes to heaters and high powered units like this from now on.