@nightmare90gt To expand on what @dc42 has just said, you set the maximum speed in config.g, presumably because you know what your machine is capable of, so why allow the slicer to override that? What is particularly bad about having such commands in the slicer, is that they will persist until the firmware receives another M203 command. That is to say, if you print something that has an M203 value in the slicer start gcode, and then print a second object without cycling the power or otherwise forcing config.g to be read again, that second object will be limited by the speed set in the slicer for the first object.
So it was a combination of to high amperage and the wiring. All is working the drawling that bondtech has on the site for the motor is in correct for the wiring. Used the link above and got it wires correctly. This bmg-x2-m prints awesome never had to cut extrusion down to 75% to keep from over extruding.
@droftarts I am wanting to set my Ender 5 plus filament sensor up to my duet2wifi as well. Can anyone tell me what type of sensor it is to place in the Pnn parameter? And can the original connector / wiring be used?
I am trying to figure out if I will be able to run dual z that the ender 5 plus has and dual extruder with my duet 2 wifi or if i would have to run an expansion card. Also how would I wire the heat bed because the ender 5 plus on gets the on signal from the board.
You just wire it exactly like the original Creality board. The E5+ has an external mosfet switch wired to the regular hot bed output on the controller. Just remember polarity.