Yep, that was it sigh
I thought reversing motor direction on y should only be if you want to move y back and it goes forth or so. Another thing learned ^^
Got a weird problem.
I unplugged everything from the duet to build a partial housing for it and the electronics, doing cable management etc.
After i plugged everything back in and try to move in x-direction (left/right) it goes the y-direction (back and forth) and vice versa if i want to move y it goes x.
First i thought i plugged the cables into the wrong stepper connection. So i switched them and… same behavior
Tried over the PanelDue and DWC, if i hit "move x 10 mm" it moves in y. Same after switching the cables from x to y.
Checked all the cables again, everythin is in the right connection. This is... weird
No i didn't and now it gets weirder.
I dissasembled the due controller from the panel, removed the power wire from controller and duet. Re-assembled and… it works ^^
I don't knwo what the heck happened but all is good Maybe it was the dissassembly or the whole day without plugged in while i am at work.
That's what i thought too
I turned debugging on an used your mentioned M111 command and there is no line with "aux".
SENT: M111 S1 P3 READ: serial: M111 S1 P3 READ: Debugging enabled for modules: Platform(0) Network(1) Webserver(2) GCodes(3) Move(4) Heat(5) DDA(6) Roland(7) Scanner(8) PrintMonitor(9) Storage(10) PortControl(11) ?(12) READ: Debugging disabled for modules: READ: ok SENT: M105 READ: serial: M105
The output "READ: serial: M105" then repeats every second or so.
Tried this with printer normal powered on, turned off and powered over the USB. USB every time connected over the duet to the pc.
Maybe the output power for the Due is faulty? But on the other hand it will also not turn on when i connect the Due over USB to the PC.
Sorry for hijacking this thread, but i've got kinda the same problem.
Updated FW from 1.15c to 1.16 for the 5" PanelDue. After flash i hit reset. But it stays black and it appears no longer in the device manager. Any way to "jump start" the panel?
Message in cmd:
C:\Users\Grafikbitch\Downloads\bossa>bossac.exe --port=COM6 -e -w -v -b PanelDue-5.0-1.16.bin Erase flash Write 130720 bytes to flash [==============================] 100% (511/511 pages) Verify 130720 bytes of flash [==============================] 100% (511/511 pages) Verify successful Set boot flash true C:\Users\Grafikbitch\Downloads\bossa>
Does a M119 command show the X end stop being activated? That'll keep the motor from moving.
Endstops are open.
I tried the tip from Jackal and homed the axis first and then i could move the steppers.
When i first moved one of them, all moved ^^ Changed the settings and now they are all moving as expected
I used the original config.g file with the command to change to corexy.
I configured new setting with https://configurator.reprapfirmware.org/ and added the T0 command at the end of the config file.
You were right, no need for changing the order of the wires!
Now figuring out the BLTouch and still waiting for the heatbed
All in all i am still impressed with the Duet. The hotend temperature is constant, even without a pid-tuning.
The extruder steps are way off (instead of 100 mm it extrudes 460 mm) but i will figure this out too. Didn't had the time yet to dig into all the settings.
Great board, great forum. Thanks for all your help so far
As promised ^^ I am starting wiring Yesterday all the parts (except heatbed) arrived and now i have some spare time
24V psu, mosfet and board are wired. Board is connected to the duet web control interface, wifi server is connected and working.
PanelDue is working too.
So far so good.
Now i have to do some re-wiring of the endstops and the stepper motors and now i am kinda stuck.
Removing the wires from the dupont and re-attaching them in the right order is really very easy. Never thought that and i don't have to re-crimp all of the cables
Endstops are working but the stepper motors (42BYGHW811 2.5A) not
Do i miss a step somewhere from the wiki/board? Orr missunderstood something?
Oh and i am using the PanelDue for moving the motors and the config-file is still the one provided with the board if this matters. Connected to the board are only the PanelDue, the x-endstop and the x-axis-stepper at the moment.