This is great! I was considering forking and doing a more modern UI.
Will test and write back with any issues
So I am using Simplify3D setting retraction distance to 1mm speed 125mm (I've heard mixed results between fast and slow, tried them all), using a Titan Areo Extruder. The first layer goes down well, once it's starts...
We have the initial nozzle wipe as part of the gcode but then when it finishes the wipe it retracts a crazy amount so when it goes to start the print it takes ages before it starts printing. any ideas?
Config and gcode posted! Thanks in advanced
Thanks, I had just went through the doc https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/Test_and_calibrate_the_Z_probe zeroed the probe, then set the trigger height of 0.140 as tested 5 times I had done it previously without the zeroing :|. I am thinking of offsetting the trigger height to a middle ground of 0.250 as a test since with 0.140 the nozzle is way to far of the bed now.
I've measured by putting the tip onto the bed, then using verniers measure the distance between the bed and the flat base of the BLTouch and that is 8.32 (docs say 8-8.5).
Can you explain the Dive height a little more sorry
They sure are odd, I've converted an Ender 3 into a duet/titan areo direct extruder as per attached photo of the head setup
Thanks Paul, I have and I’ve set the trigger height. No difference, driving me a little mad . I just want to be able to print!
Someone has suggested changing the trigger height to offset the nozzle, but this doesn’t seem natural to me
Soo... I've just got round to configuring my duet coming over from marlin. I'm struggling with my bltouch and nozzle offset. Basically the nozzle is scraping the bed. I've set the prop trigger height but as my bltouch mount is printed I suspect I need an offset from the bed to the nozzle? so it goes X below the triggered height? Can you advise on how I determine this and the correct G-Codes to set it?