Just to finish this adventure off.
It works now, because i managed to use my original modem in bridgemode with a new router. The printer works now with the new router as before.
never thought about cat cables, but that makes total sense.
i found this which looks pretty convenient.
@omni hi, check out jtech photonics. they use the fan output to regulate the laser. not sure if this fits you laser, but if you manage that, there should be no need to reconfigure your machine.
im working with a pen plotter toolhead at the momement and i only need two extra gcode commands to run my plotter gcode succesfully.
I'm testing my vinylcutter toolhead so my printer isnt in normal working order, but until today all my test files were executed without any issues, now im getting this arc error.
there are g3 commands in the gcode file (generated by the inkscape plugin "gcodetools" like this one: "G03 X23.644211 Y21.454407 Z-0.200000 I-27.848980 J-58.229755 A-3.5028857717"
my delta radius is at 200 that that shouldnt be an issue as well.
no matter where the first g3 happens in the file the printer immediately stops. i tested a few different designs but no arc will execute.
im not sure what happened from yesterday to today that could cause this changed behavior.
Board: Duet WiFi 1.02 or later (duetwifi102)
Firmware: RepRapFirmware for Duet 2 WiFi/Ethernet 2.05.1 (2020-02-09b1)
Duet WiFi Server Version: 1.23
@Dougal1957 yes, the cutting mat on a mirror should be sufficient. and im working on springloading the whole mount, maybe then a flat piece of wood or melamine would also work
@bearer thats probably the lower limit of what the knife could do, but worth a try.
@arhi interesting. glass would certainly be the best material to get a straight surface.
my cutter is indeed not springloaded, but i probably can build that functionality into the mount.
@Wally yes ill get a new one, they are cheap enough to try that.
I installed a vinyl cutter on my delta. Its one of these drag knifes you find on ali. The smart effector actually lends itself perfectly to an installation like that.
I also got the gcode generation figured out via gcodetolls in inkscape and everything works out.
I'm just struggling a bit with the cutting surface. It has to be as flat a print surface, if not more and ideally has a little bit of give to it, so whatever is being cut has a chance to move slightly if the cut is a bit too deep.
Does anyone has some experience with a 3d printer cutter-plotter and can recommend somethingß
I just tested my phones hotspot and it works on the first try.
I went through all my router settings which arent many, but now I know where to look.
Thanks for the good ideas all!
Update: My router only support IPv4 upon request, so far i have been dual stack, never thought that this could be a problem.
Well my ISP ensures me that that should fix it by tmr.
I placed the router 1m away from the printer and changed channels multiple times, which didnt change anything.
I havent called my ISP though maybe they have an idea.
In the meantime I resurrected Octoprint, which works from the start and shows up directly in my router.
Maybe its time now to upgrade to RRF 3 and see if that works.