ok so you have to move your head 20mm to reach your bed, in this case is the endstop on -20 mm and the bed is 0?
M208 X0:235 Y-20:235 Z0:235 S0 ; set axis minima:maxima
I know when printing my 100mm square that I get about ~100.3 mm in one direction and ~100.5mm in the other. So a little more tweaking needed there.
then your belt' tension is not not exactly calibrated they must on both sites X/Y the same.
you can print a cube flip it 45° you can see when you print it that always only one stepper is working.
The right(R) side is for the right Motor and the left(L) side for the left motor
when you finished your print messure the qube
if R > L then then is the belt tension R stronger as the L side
if R < L then then is the belt tension L stronger as the R side
This you have to repeat until you are happy with the result (and this take time)
i think you should add this
M591 D0 P5 C"e0stop" R40:120 E3.0 S0 ; Duet3D laser sensor for extruder drive 0, connected to endstop input 3 (E0), tolerance 40 to 120%, 3mm
M574 Z1 S2
and if you remove this line
M574 Z1 S2
Thanks for your answers! I think i have found the solution i have delete the config override and made a new PID-Tuning since then the temperature is stable and the printer prints now over a hour and the temperatur drift is now by max 0.2 degree.
So somthing was wrong with the config override ?!?
i don't know the PT100 daughter board but maybe this link will help you
Short answer this will not work because you are using two diffrent Printer. You must make a extra Profile for your delta Printer.
i think i have two problems ... one of it is prusaslicer they deliver only crap and i don't know why because the settings are the same as s3d or ideamaker ... so i will try in the next days to understand how the phyton scripts from the monster PA threat working.
so far thanks to all who tryed to help me on this problem!!!
the same result as every print.... but this does me not wonder my printer makes this ugly seam because i have tried without retract before too.I'm clueless what i should try as next....
thanks for this hint i have tested with 40mm/s and now i will test higher values.
PA seems to be a BIG secret for me...
today i have checked whats happend if i set the current from the extruder to 80 % then i have moved the wiring from the three Z-Axis to the Duet Board (bevore was two motors on the duet and the third was on duex ) and the extruder to the duex Board .... without success my printhead always make a pause between the layer change
look at this site: https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Guide/Ender+3+Pro+and+Duet+Maestro+Guide+Part+4:+Calibration/40#s165 its for the ender but usable for every other printer.
or on this page : http://www.desiquintans.com/flowrate?fbclid=IwAR1HNFfzi4IPzcK7NhxqPF217hyDldl8NCErkMKNyOol4RZaYaU6f60cL0U
Is that correct? You're reducing the extruder to 32.5%?
yes because the bmg extruder have so much power that he have kill the bowden connector or if the nozzle was to near on the printbed the extruder have pressed the filament in to the extruder case. So i have reduced the power so var that the stepper will lost stepps if the filament hangs or the hotend is clogged