Would you do that the same way you do the h values in bed.g? For each point measured, calculate the difference from the center measurement and add/subtract it to the height map point?
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RE: Another Mesh leveling thread…!
I'm curious about a couple things with mesh bed leveling.
Does it move the head up and down to account for bumps or is it just a plane correction?
If you have a slight effector tilt (that is compensated for via H adjustments in the bed.g), how does the G29 command adjust for this (if at all?)
RE: Bed Thermistor M305 Setting From Configurator
Thanks for the incredibly fast response!
Setup of DuetWifi has been a breeze for the most part because of these forums and the wiki. I'm incredibly glad I decided to switch to it (and will probably end up getting a 2nd PanelDue & Duet combo for the other printer I'm working on.)
Bed Thermistor M305 Setting From Configurator
When running the Reprapfirmware configurator using version 1.17 and selecting the E3D thermistor (4719 K for the beta value and 3.166739e-6 for the C value) for the heater results in this line in config.g:
- M305 P1 T100000 B-6788 C3.166739e-6 R4700 ; Set thermistor + ADC parameters for heater 1
E3D recommends using 4719 K for beta and 7.08e-8 for C so I manually change the C in the RepRapFirmware configurator and end up with this line in config.g:
- M305 P1 T100000 B-6788 C7.080000e-8 R4700 ; Set thermistor + ADC parameters for heater 1
In both of these cases the configurator correctly shows 4719 K as the beta value and 3.166739e-6 and 7.08e-8 respectively in the C value column before I output the configuration files.
These don't work. The temperature reading starts to drop when you try to heat it up. I then manually changed the config.g B value to 4719 to have this line in config.g:
- M305 P1 T100000 B4719 C7.080000e-8 R4700 ; Set thermistor + ADC parameters for heater 1
My question is: Did I do the right thing in changing the B value to 4719 (and thus is the 3rd M305 line I listed correct?)