thanks for the advice
upgrading Web Interface to Version 1.22.3 resolved the issue
I’d like to implement a laser filament runout sensor for my setup. As I understand the M591 which is used for the config and by default it calls the pause.g script. Is there a way to change the script that is called when the filament runs out? I need to retract about 100mm to be able to get the rest of the filament out, on the other hand i dont want to retract everytime i just hit pause during printing. Cheers!
thanks, will give it a try!
looking at the console log, if i push one of the buttons in the screenshot above, i get this output per buttonpress
G1 S2 X-10 F6000
looking at the G1 gcode wiki
G1 Xnnn Ynnn Znnn S2 Ignore endstops while moving. Also ignore if axis has not been homed. On Delta (only), axis letters refer to individual towers.
so it looks like the S2 parameter (saying not to move the printhead but just the corresponding tower) is there by design.
i tried looking up where to adjust this (=leave out the S2) in the web UI, but no luck.
Im running the duet wifi with 2.01beta1(RTOS) (2018-06-23b1) firmware on my delta printer.
Everything seems to be working fine, except the manual machine control in the web interface. by clicking i.e. move Z down by -100mm, only the Z tower carriage moves down. the same applies for other axes/carriages.
If I enter a manual gcode command, i.e. G1 X50 Y20 Z100 F3000, everything works OK and the printhead moves where it should.
any clue why the web interface doesn't move all carriages accordingly but just the individual towers?
@rgn01 Cool! is that a 40/20 blower fan?
@hergonoway that is pretty much the ultimate mount for the effector ;)) would you mind sharing the model? thanks!
Im thinking of using the Berd Air concept from components I have laying around - what is the OD/ID of the metal pipe? is it stainless? thanks!