Thanks a lot! I'm up and running wir RRF3 now
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How to ignore Tool Offsets for Travel Moves
I'm currently building an 3D-Printer with a toolchanger.
Tool 1 has an offset of roughly 10mm in both X and Y. When I want drive into the parking position I obviously have to use coordinates that compensate for the ~10mm offsets.
This works well until I have to do some maintainence on the tool. Lets say I screwed it in 1mm differently. After recalibrating the tool offsets I will get a crash when parking.
Therefore it would be usefull for me, if I could ignore the tool offsets during all parking moves and just use the carriage/global coordinates. Is this possible?
If not, is there a workaround? I tried two methods:
1.) Using T0 at the first line in tpre1.g and tfree1.g: This creates an infinite loop (as expected)
2.) Resetting the tooloffsets to 0,0,0 in the first line in tpre1.g and tfree1.g and setting it to the correct value in the last line of tpre1.g. This completely freezes the interface.
Ps: I'm running RRF3
RE: Remap Heater Channels for Hotends
Thanks to both of you. I'm currently using RRF 2. I thought it might be smarter to stick with a version thats been around for longer to I find answers to my problems more easily. Should I upgrade?
By defining the extruders specifically, you 'undefine' the remaining axes. The only problem with this is if you're using a PanelDue, which sort of ignores the definitions, and shows all the heaters/extruders up to the last defined one.
I am using a PanelDue.
Does anyone know if this is improved in RRF3?
Remap Heater Channels for Hotends
I'm currently building a new printer with a Duet2 Wifi and a Duex5. I'm planning on using up to four hotends.
My wire layout would be the cleanest, if I only plug my hotend heater cartriges in the Duex. The default is extruder 0 and 1 on the Duet and exturder 2 and 3 on the duex. How do I change that? I found a thread that kind of exlains how to do it for the heatbed ("Remap heater channel / pin."). But I wan't to do it with the hotend heaters.
Best regards and thanks in advance,