Latest posts made by gabi68

RE: Filament Frenzy script used on prusa slicer scratch bed
@oliof Sorry for late reply (family problems). Here is a test file sliced with Prusa slicer. There is a G32 from that Frenzy script and I am thinking if that is read it properly by PS since there is no bed.g file. Thoughts ...
test.gcode 
RE: Filament Frenzy script used on prusa slicer scratch bed
@fcwilt Strange. Same script run fine in S3D. Something is different in Prusa. Maybe PS doesn't read the G29 or G32 properly. I asked in their forum, but I did not get any answer. I will keep looking. If anyone has another ideea I am all ears...

RE: Filament Frenzy script used on prusa slicer scratch bed
Any other opinions, please?

RE: Filament Frenzy script used on prusa slicer scratch bed
@fcwilt Here it is
; bed.g ; called to perform automatic delta calibration via G32 ; ; generated by RepRapFirmware Configuration Tool on Thu Jul 12 2018 20:54:00 GMT0500 (Central Daylight Time) M561 ; clear any bed transform ; bed.g file for RepRapFirmware, generated by Escher3D calculator ; 16 points, 6 factors, probing radius: 114, probe offset (0, 0) G30 P0 X0.00 Y114.00 Z99999 H0 G30 P1 X73.28 Y87.33 Z99999 H0 G30 P2 X112.27 Y19.80 Z99999 H0 G30 P3 X98.73 Y57.00 Z99999 H0 G30 P4 X38.99 Y107.12 Z99999 H0 G30 P5 X38.99 Y107.12 Z99999 H0 G30 P6 X98.73 Y57.00 Z99999 H0 G30 P7 X112.27 Y19.80 Z99999 H0 G30 P8 X73.28 Y87.33 Z99999 H0 G30 P9 X0.00 Y57.00 Z99999 H0 G30 P10 X49.36 Y28.50 Z99999 H0 G30 P11 X49.36 Y28.50 Z99999 H0 G30 P12 X0.00 Y57.00 Z99999 H0 G30 P13 X49.36 Y28.50 Z99999 H0 G30 P14 X49.36 Y28.50 Z99999 H0 G30 P15 X0 Y0 Z99999 S6 ; Use S1 for measurements only, without calculations. Use S4 for endstop heights and Zheight only. Use S6 for full 6 factors ; If your Z probe has significantly different trigger heights depending on XY position, adjust the H parameters in the G30 commands accordingly. The value of each H parameter should be (trigger height at that XY position)  (trigger height at centre of bed)

RE: Filament Frenzy script used on prusa slicer scratch bed
@jay_s_uk Is doing what is suppose to do (scan the bed with the nozzle, show the old and new value). When is starting the first part of arc I can see the head is going down incrementally, meaning the further is going the distance is smaller and smaller until start scratching the bed. The only way out of this is to stop the printer and rehome it. Strange...

Filament Frenzy script used on prusa slicer scratch bed
I have an heavily (Haydn rods, Duet wifi, smart effector, Hiwin rails, Gates belts, Berd air) modified Anycubic Kossel delta and I am a long time user of S3D, but now I looking to change to Prusa slicer. I followed the wizard and configure my printer to use Prusa slicer. All went good, but when I tried to print something the nose scratch the bed. In S3D I have a script (Filament Frenzy) to help to prime the hot end. I ported that script over Prusa with all the settings (speeds, retraction, cooling, ...).
At the start up I have a G28 and G29 command with a 9 points followed by that Frenzy script. The Duet reports 0.01 correction, but the nose still dive into bed and the only thing to do is to stop the printer and rehome. I really what to understand why this is happening since everything is working properly in S3D.
;M190 S{print_bed_temperature} ;Uncomment to add your own bed temperature line ;M109 S{print_temperature} ;Uncomment to add your own temperature line G21 G90 M107 G28 ; Lower extruder G92 E0 G1 E6 F1800 G32 G0 Z200 F7200 G0 X97.666 Y35.740 Z1.000 G1 E0 F1800 ; Extrude about 40 mm by printing a circular arc and FF Branding M117 Purging Extruder ; First part of arc G1 X97.666 Y35.740 Z0.300 F1200 G1 X100.644 Y26.205 E0.751 G1 X102.694 Y16.430 E1.502 G1 X103.797 Y6.502 E2.252 G1 X103.942 Y3.485 E3.003 G1 X103.128 Y13.441 E3.754 G1 X101.363 Y23.272 E4.505 G1 X98.663 Y32.888 E5.255 G1 X95.053 Y42.202 E6.006 G1 X90.566 Y51.126 E6.757 G1 X85.244 Y59.578 E7.508 G1 X79.135 Y67.481 E8.259 G1 X72.296 Y74.761 E9.009 G1 X64.791 Y81.352 E9.760 G1 X56.688 Y87.192 E10.511 G1 X48.062 Y92.228 E11.262 G1 X38.993 Y96.414 E12.013 G1 X29.564 Y99.710 E12.763 G1 X19.862 Y102.086 E13.514 G1 X9.977 Y103.520 E14.265 ; First F G1 X9.000 Y104.000 E14.347 G1 X9.000 Y95.000 E15.023 G1 X0.000 Y95.000 E15.700 G1 X1.500 Y96.500 E15.859 G1 X7.125 Y96.500 E16.282 G1 X7.125 Y98.000 E16.395 G1 X1.125 Y98.000 E16.846 G1 X2.625 Y99.500 E17.005 G1 X7.125 Y99.500 E17.343 G1 X7.125 Y102.875 E17.597 ; Second F G1 X1.000 Y104.000 E18.214 G1 X1.000 Y95.000 E18.890 G1 X10.000 Y95.000 E19.567 G1 X8.500 Y96.500 E19.726 G1 X2.875 Y96.500 E20.149 G1 X2.875 Y98.000 E20.262 G1 X8.875 Y98.000 E20.713 G1 X7.375 Y99.500 E20.872 G1 X2.875 Y99.500 E21.210 G1 X2.875 Y102.875 E21.464 ;Second part of arc G1 X9.977 Y103.520 E22.000 G1 X19.862 Y102.086 E22.751 G1 X29.564 Y99.710 E23.501 G1 X38.993 Y96.414 E24.252 G1 X48.062 Y92.228 E25.003 G1 X56.688 Y87.192 E25.754 G1 X64.791 Y81.352 E26.505 G1 X72.296 Y74.761 E27.255 G1 X79.135 Y67.481 E28.006 G1 X85.244 Y59.578 E28.757 G1 X90.566 Y51.126 E29.508 G1 X95.053 Y42.202 E30.259 G1 X98.663 Y32.888 E31.009 G1 X101.363 Y23.272 E31.760 G1 X103.128 Y13.441 E32.511 G1 X103.942 Y3.485 E33.262 G1 X103.797 Y6.502 E34.012 G1 X102.694 Y16.430 E34.763 G1 X100.644 Y26.205 E35.514 G1 X97.666 Y35.740 E36.265 ; Retract and move nozzle up G92 E0 G1 E1.5 F1800 G0 Z0.5 G1 E0 F300 ; Branding M117 Filament Frenzy
Thank you
Gabi

RE: Berdair pump connection
@infiniteloop Try it your solution, but for whatever reason it doesn't work. At the startup the pump starts.
Version
RepRapFirmware for Duet 2 WiFi/Ethernet
Firmware Electronics: Duet WiFi 1.02 or later
Firmware Version: 2.03 (20190613b2)
WiFi Server Version: 1.23
Web Interface Version: 1.22.6
Not a big problem,Thank you for taking time to answer and help.

RE: Berdair pump connection
I had time today and installed the pump with the flyback diode. I choose to use Fan0 instead an unused heater. Everything is working properly and the pump is not noisy (used F25500) which is recommended by more experienced members. The only annoying thing is when I start my printer the pump starts also and I need to shut it down from the fan button.
I used M106 P0 F25500 L60 B0 C"cool" and changed L60 to L0, but no effect. What should I do to make the pump not to start at the printer start up?Thank you