Thank you for your reply Ian,
I didn't understand that the extruder heater had to be above a certain temperature to enable the extruder controls. It's working fine now.
I'm sure it's my newbie configuration... I don't understand "tools" in the online Reprap Config Tool. Everything else is working... this is the last thing I'm trying to figure out.
When I execute the macro "extrude 5mm" DWC gives error "Attempting to extrude with no tool selected"
Something simple right? Please help.
Thank you for your help!
I am disconnecting from my cellphone hotspot when trying to connect to the duet through my LAN. So I don't think the hotspot is creating the problem (unless I need internet connection while I connect to the duet).
I've been working on this for days... knowing this is probably a five minute solution for someone. This is the stuff I get stuck on.
Yesterday I finally got firmware 3.2 loaded onto my duet 2 wifi board. I'm including pictures of the files I have loaded onto the SD card.
Ha... thank you for your reply!
I am bouncing back and forth between my hotspot and my lan. I'm scouring the internet for solutions using my hotspot, then disconnecting from my hotspot and connecting to my lan through wifi. Back and forth. All this on Safari.
I've also tried using Chrome with no success.
Could I be missing files on the SD card?
If I sound stupid folks please be gentle...
I believe my new Duet 2 WIFI board is up to date with Firmware 3.2 and is connecting to my LAN. It is connected to USB for power and nothing else. The blue light next to the WIFI component is steady on. I am on an IMAC using Serial Tools says WIFI module is connected to access point "lanaccount", IP address 192.168,0,102.
That's as far as I have gotten.
My internet access is through my cell phone hotspot. I do not have any other internet access and do not know a way to connect my hotspot to my LAN without purchase of additional equipment.
My question is this:
Do I need internet access on my network to connect my IMAC to the duet using Duet Web Control?
I appreciate your response!