As mentioned in my other post, the ability to execute an http post in a macro would be very useful. In my case I want to trigger some IoT stuff on my network when my filament sensor calls pause.g so I get a notification that my print stopped and I can go fix it. This seems very straightforward considering the duet is already connected to my network and sending data all over the place. Would be great!
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Hi Duet Team,
Now that more people are using firmware retraction with duet, I'd love if there was a DWC window section to adjust certain things live without having to dig up the gcode and send it. All of the firmware retraction parameters and pressure advance value would be great. It'd be important to have it pull the saved amount from the config.g on boot, but it'd be great if we could adjust it from there with sliders!
Slightly odd post, but just wanted to say, after years of using bootlace ferrules for screw terminals, as we all should, by crushing them with channel locks, I finally caved and bought the proper cylinder smusher tool and I must say I'm a big fan. These joins are way nicer than I was getting before. Would recommend.
RE: Delta printer - print bed leveling screws
@sylvaindc you shouldn't need any adjustment, even if it's a few .1s out it'll get calibrated out. Hard mount the bed to the frame and calibrate and you'll be set. The only deltas I've ever seen with a movable bed are complete junk that need it to compensate for a terrible calibration process. From the boards perspective there's not much difference between your bed being slightly off and one endstop being lower by the same distance. Anyone building a delta with duet caliber parts is hard mounting the bed, yes one of the best parts about deltas!
RE: Weird Laser Kinematic Ideas - Firmware suitability?
The first idea would look something like this (obviously rough mock-up)
i.e. typical x gantry mounted on a y axis that literally just drives th whole thing back and forth
The second idea, which is an even rougher mockup (i wouldn't use cart casters but it gets the point across) is just what it sounds like, a hang printer on wheels:
RE: KiCad source for PCB v2
I'm working on a model of the smart effector which will include all of the SMD components and correct clearances, so the community (and me) can continue making awesome add-ons and such. Just started it recently and I work a whole lot so it might take me a while to actually finish it, but I'll share the f3d file which is properly broken into components and bodies, step, stl, and anything else that would be helpful.
Still very much a work in progress: