@Phaedrux I think so.
This is the current M307 that's running on the printer now and seems to control the bed well.
M307 H0 R0.196 C734.056:734.056 D0.65 S1.00 V12.1 B0
This is config-override.g from a backup I made in June, 2020
M307 H0 A172.9 C784.9 D0.4 S1.00 V11.9 B0
At the fourth try the tune returned a result:
Warning: heater behaviour was not consistent during tuning
Auto tuning heater 0 completed after 3 idle and 25 tuning cycles in 3280 seconds. This heater needs the following M307 command:
M307 H0 R0.223 C738.8 D0.64 S1.00 V12.1
The values appear to not be very much different from the current M307.
I captured a portion of the temperature chart. The whole tune cycle looked like this portion. A gentle sawtooth moving between 65 and 70 degrees. I never saw anything that looked inconsistent.
@dc42 Same here now. I just powered up the printer and the PanelDue is working fine @115200 with the two M575 entries. Not sure what happened last night. Maybe I didn't really reboot after editing the config file. Anyway, all is well for now.
@davea Please Note: while I am certain that this will be seen and replied to by Duet. They do have a different forum for Requests. I posted my request to this forum too... -Not that I think my opinion matters much to Duet, owning only one Maestro. I think this is a useful feature to request, but how best to implement is the difficult question.
I think this should be added as a global OPTION. To make it enable confirmation for all or most buttons or always off.
I have seen similar function added to many other interfaces, and I appreciate when feature like this are enabled by choice as sometimes they are useful and some times not.
I think that this could be added as a per feature enabled but I could imagine the over head to the code would be nuts complicated, never mind the interface changes.
I think that the feature could be added to a more specific set up functions rather than blanket all, always on or always off.
~ However this may require some sort of community conversation as to what buttons should come with a confirmation.
OK, I have not yet tried to move back down to 3.1.1 but since I saw that 3.2.0-beta2 was released I thought I'd try it. Mixed results.
Here's the results with various browsers
Chrome 64 bit 85.0.4183.121
Still does not automatically update the graphic when you click on heightmap. If you manually reload the page you now see the updated map. I no longer get the "cannot read..." error message. So, an improvement.
Firefox 64 bit 71.0
When you click heightmap you see a flash of the graphic and then nothing. If you click on the "invert z coordinates" the map graph is then displayed. You still need to reload the page to see the updated graphic.
Brave 64 bit 1.18.84 Basically the same as Firefox.
Edge 64 bit 85.0.564.68 Basically the same as Chrome
Internet Explorer 64 bit 11.508.19041.0
This is interesting in that it never shows any DWC page. All you see is a blank page.
This is all on Windows Pro version 2004 64 bit with all updates as of this afternoon.
Why tell it the offset of the probe from the nozzle?
Because let say you want to probe at X10 Y10. Firmware knows (after homing of course) where your nozzle is, but it does not know where you probe is if you dont tell it probe offset.
You can always define your probe offset as X0 Y0, but then actual probing point will be offset from point you want to probe by physical probe offset parameters.
I hope this make sense.
Thanks for the info. I can't get my loupe close enough to see due to the connectors so I thought one of the nearby parts was a an led. Agree they're not necessary but a note in the hardware description may be helpful.