Oh man! That's it! It works finally!!!! Thank you so much. I really lost my hope with this conversation!
when i print a TempTower i add in prusaslicer the following Gcode:
M104 S255 in order to change my Printtemperature at a layer.
It's not looking like the print will wait for the Temp to be reached, can you confirm this?
Is there a M command to let the print wait for the targettemp? like M109 (for bed temp)?
After looking in the G Code Dictionary, i am not sure if M192: Wait for Probe Temperature maybe is this command? But im not sure what is meant with probe.
Edit: The reason i ask is, that i use a copper hotend, and i have the feeling that the temp is falling pretty slow.
I did some more testing:
The buck converter works. I directly solderd my fan to the buck converter and i had 12 V on the fan and the fan was moving quieter than before.
But after using the cables of my Artillery it is running with 24 V again.
So there must be a problem with the wiring. I am using the preinstalled
ribbon cables of my Artillery. There is a small pcb inside of the printer where the cables change from ribbon to normal. Im sure that i have the right pair, as the fan is not moving when disconnect this 2 specific wires. My guess is that on the PCB is something that converts my 12 V to 24 V but i am not sure why. I will check google if this is common Artillery problem....
I dont think this is true. I measue the voltage drop over the Fan with a Multimeter. Its 24V. The Fan can handle 24 v but Not for a lang duration.
It is Turning fast, but since i have no reference i can Not say if it too fast or Not.
I will check tomorrow my wiring, mabye there is something wrong with the wires from my artillery, i dont know. But im Sure the stepdown converter works as it should, just Not with the Fan.
As i tested the with this liste voltage Display for drones that i had flying arround.
I would say im pretty fit with Electronic but this duet conversation is just a night mare for me so far. Did Not find anybody with the same Issue, so must be wiring or some electrical Circuit issue