Thanks @chrishamm !
The only way to figure if it could be loaded, was to load the height map before homing so to get the warning message!
Have a good day!
ay to verify what height map is being used if one is called before a print?
I am coming with the same question. On duet wifi 2, I upgraded to 3.01-RC9 and Duet Web Control 2.1.4 but loading the height map either with G29 S1 or through the Dashboard tab -> Compensastion & Calibration -> Load saved height map from SD Card the "Disable Mesh compensation" remains disabled.
I see in the diagnostics the following even after I Execute G29 S1 or G29 S2
=== Move === Hiccups: 0(0), FreeDm: 169, MinFreeDm: 169, MaxWait: 0ms Bed compensation in use: mesh, comp offset 0.000
Is this an issue with my configuration, some bug or anything else? I can see the height map from the height map tab but cannot tell whenever it is active or not even if i turn debugging on/off.
To be exact:
Based on the DuetWifi by Think3dPrint3d and Esher3d, see www.duet3d.com for the original DuetWifi information. This reproduction/modification is not endorsed or supported in any way by Think3dPrint3d or Escher3d".
They did catch up quite fast to be honest
I was hoping to find a UK reseller , but it looks like I may have to go by the slow boat from china route.
Due to never ordering from outside the EU before I`ve looked into the customs / duties / tax etc I would have to pay extra for anything from china.
Which being under £135 I think would cost me just VAT on top ?
Cannot tell for UK though as I live in Greece and I usually buy from banggood. Nothing has gone through customs so no any additional charges. Anything more expensive will go through Netherlands and it will seem like being sent within Europe. There are usually three shipping methods available. The cheapest one and slowest, the airmail priority and a third more expensive and fastest one. Picking any of the first two won't go through customs. Additionally, anything that goes through customs apart from the VAT you will have to pay an additional customs' fee.
I wonder if there is anyone here who can confirm for UK.
I have a 30cmx30cm heated bed at 750W and it takes approx 2:54 minutes to reach 70c
So you had the titan aero assembled, which was working fine until you upgraded the firmware. This is strange indeed.
How fast do you extract? Usually for steps calibration I go as low as 160mm/min (2.6mm/s).
Did you extruder came with bushings or bearings? While extruding do you notice any jam at all, like the extrusion slows down or something?
Since you changed the current to 1.4 and overextruded the only thing that can think of, is that there must be a high friction issue with the extruder. How did you tighten the heatsink? I had a friction issue which i managed to solve by tightening the screws from top right (the freewheel and bearings location but very gently) , right bottom, top left and left bottom. E3D last time i checked suggest the right process should be from top left, bottom left, and move on the right side which didn't work out well for me. Tried it with both bearings and bushings and there was always some tension and minor misalignment when i was following their suggested sequence.
Something else you need to consider is in case if you are using the pancake motor (slim nema motor) is that you are close to its max amp rating and you should be somewhere around 80% of this number (1.4).
No firmware update has affected my titan aero.
I would like to ask you how old is your extruder? I'm asking you this as there was an issue with the titan aero bearings. I had my aero working great until I moved it onto my new coreXY and and the extrusions were inconsistent. It took me a while before i eventually figured out that the bearings were causing this problem due to a friction increase as a result of not only missing steps but also the extruder was getting jammed.
With new bearings I can still use the pancake (slim nema motor that comes with aero) but I still had to increase the current to 1000 (M906 E1000 I50)
I am currently using x16 microstepping and works great
M350 E16 I1 ; Configure microstepping with interpolation
M92 E950 ; Set steps per mm
I had to lower my probing speeds and also introduced a recovery time. Still the probing heights changes range between -0.03 to 0.03 but my prints especially the first layer never caused me any issues.
From M558 P5 X0 Y0 Z1 H5 F500 T2000
I have M558 P9 X0 Y0 Z1 H5 F160 R0.250 T2000 ; P9 probe
In your homeall script, this line:
G1 S1 X5 Y5 F1000 ; go ahead a few mm
probably won't work because X and Y are already homed at that point. But as they are homed, you can omit the S parameter completely from that line.
In your homez script, the only line where it's essential to have the S2 parameter is the first G1 line. After that the Z axis is homed, so G1 commands without the S parameter will work too.
Well spotted! Thanks