Smart effector on the corexy machine.
Work in progress...
I made a new version, with all connectors on top of the PCB, to make more space for the fans. I also did a hotend with the lathe. It works great. I load everything on Thingiverse when everything is ready.
Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ax3ZA9E3ZA&feature=youtu.be
@dragonn On my Cetus3d with original steppers and wifi duet, powered at 12v it made a lot of noise and vibration.Instead with the original main board powered at 19v, no vibrations and noises.The original steppers of Cetus are at 38ohm per phase.Then I mounted motors with 3.4 ohms per phase and no longer feels when it works.At 38 ohms per phase, to make no noise the steppers must be set to 0.34A, but my hotend is very heavy and z axis was not up. I know that my printer is with Duet wifi and his with Duet 0.8.5
Sorry for my English.
I am trying to use a Duet3D to control a Cetus3D, I mean why not?
I have mounted a micro switch as endstop for the bed and an Ormerod Hot End Board V2 (dual nozzle) for homing Y and Z-axis.
I can home all axis and it seems to work ok, but it is nothing but smooth. Especially lowering Z during homing.
Here's a short clip of homing : [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIkJKHXSbOc](link url)
Could the wiring be wring be wrong? The order of the wires are the same on the motors as on the board.
I have played around with settings but other than steps/mm I have not noticed any improvements (or changes).
Lower acceleration, less speed, more amps...
Cetu3d's original stepper motor are 12v, and the Duet must be powered at 24v to avoid any noise from the motor steppers.
This is mine Cetus3D,to power at 12v, I had to replace all the steper motors.