ok it seems that M108 did screw up the tool change... very weird.
I took it off and tool change works.
I've been using tool changes via my slicer - simplify3d. it worked fine, been changing between T0/T1/T2 etc.
Nor sure what happened but now it seems that the tool change with the slicer has stopped working and I'm changing the tool "manually" by selecting it from my tools on the duet web control.
I used the same slicing file I always use and it stopped working.. Am I missing something maybe?
duet 2, rrf 2.05. any thoughts?
here's a piece from the gcode I'm running, I skipped to the parts with the tool changing:
; G-Code generated by Simplify3D(R) Version 4.1.2
; Mar 25, 2020 at 9:22:16 AM
M104 S0 T0
; process T2
; layer 1, Z = 1.700
G1 E-5.0000 F1200
; feature skirt
; tool H1.700 W2.200
G1 Z4.000 F1002
G1 X18.672 Y204.553 F4800
G1 Z1.700 F1002
G1 X25.738 Y215.153 E82.9620
G1 X25.773 Y215.553 E83.3707
G1 E-12.0000 F600
; process T4
; feature external single extrusion
; tool H1.700 W1.184
G1 Z7.400 F1002
G1 X26.110 Y218.253 F4800
G1 Z3.400 F1002
BG is mostly 3d printing and some electronics but not much.
I'm not married to the idea of RS485. I am using pressure transmitters for my setup, they have various outputs, so I'm wondering if it can be connected to the DUET for just reading the signal. If possible to have it part of some logic, that would be cool.
I've attached a spec sheet of the pressure transmitter PCM350 (WTR02) Sanitary Flush Pressure Transmitter :V1.1.pdf
the transmitter can come with a dedicated display, thats not a problem. just thought it would be good to have it display in the DWC.