@Alucardi Is there a particular reason you wanted to wire the second z to drive 4 (E1)? I assume this is the one that isn't working? Usually on the duet 2 wifi you'd remove the jumpers on the Z and wire them in series.
@Alucardi How are your Z axes defined in config.g and home all.g/homez.g if you're stacking macros? Is it definitely only when homing?
I assume when you manually turn the screw with the motors off you can feel/hear the motor turning and it's not slipping at the coupler?
@bearer Essentially we have a piece of equipment that doesn't support reversing the extruder at the moment (it's actually made for something else). So I want to reverse the direction of the NEMA - but there are a couple of different extruders we use, some geared, some not - so an adaptor to reverse the motor would be ideal for quick switching.
Thank you very much for all your responses! This is why this community is awesome
Decided to go with @bearer latest suggestion, thanks! Will make a circuit board to adapt I guess, many thanks!
I need some for a project, but I can only find the female pin side housing and crimps (JST-PH6 I believe). Any advice would be appreciated.
This was an interesting one - network problem, not the Duet. After a lot of troubleshooting, changing the MAC address that was associated with the static IP I had setup on the network solved the issue. Now I'll have to arrange for a new static IP, but interesting that this was the solution - the ping to the Duet was never interrupted. I think someone has made some changes to the network at work...
I keep losing connection to the Duet 2 on our Tool Changer every 5 seconds or so. I've tried obvious things such as changing the Ethernet cable, the port, reinstalling 2.04RC1 (2019-07-14b1). I'm completely stumped, what would be your next step?
Unsure if this is a network problem at work.