Thank you once again for your patience and all the help. 3d printing is new to me. And my computer skills imprive daily. Cura now loads a file
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RE: Duet wifi and slicer progams
I understand"finally." Thanks guys
If my memory serves me right ..when i first bought it as a cr10-5s curra would communicate and move The printer thru the curra software, but with the usb
so here is where i lost it
When the dwc was installed. That was no longer possable.
So i move my printer and write to the sd csrd thru the dwc. never the slicer.. just forget that that was with the original control card
And if i wish (but only) transfer a finished gcode file
Via curra (using the addon) ... to the dwc onto the sd card
Then launch the print ....
Ultimatly i loose the printer controls via usb for curra... No biggie! just use duet wifi interface instead
Last... to understand the curra addon,,it only writes your choosen gcode file to the sd card in the duet via the wifi funtion and that is all it is capable of
Would that be correct? 😳😁
12v to w24v heating
VOLTAGE CHANGE ON HEATED BED
I have. A cr10-s5 Some timen ago i asked if one could change the voltage on a stock cr10s5. If you remove the build platform you will see 4 solder connections indicating that there might be two coils
Leading one to think that the change is possable from 12v to 24v. Im sad to report ( at least on my machien ) it is not an option ..the pads are paired and can not be wired in seires. For those that would like to heat a little faster looking at a complete reolacment of your heating pad is the most likely going to be the only option. Sorry guys but no cheep fix here. Thanks for your input. its not often we get this level of support keep up the good work and thanks duet for a great product
RE: Best z sensor fornglas bed
So thanks for all the input
I managed to putball the pieces together and have the printer running consistent 1st layers.
Everyone who chimed in contributed to a bit of the picture in the true spirit of this site.
Once again i have had success at one more strugle to understand... thanks again for all the help
The last piece i was missing was the actual hieght the capasitive sensor gives the best readings.
2MM was what i found out.
Thanks all...... Ed........
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I was running a microswiss hotend warping wasnt realy bad but definitely there with petg
Now with the hamera direct drive even a benchy
Pops right off my glass buld platform i have always used a gluestick
So whats the tricks with petg
Fan setting ???? (Not versed well on use!!)
Also noticed that the temps for my bed are crap
With a lazer thermometer it only gets to 60°c even though the the setting says 70°c
Once apon a time it used to be a cr10-s5 with 12v.
Heaters 🤔 prob. Manditory to chainge to the 1000w 120v heatpad ive had for sometime can i get away with what i have ???? i will say that it is worse than before hemera....any idea why??? Missin something maybe ????
RE: Termistor headache
What the limit of the device was i asumed the two were of diferant uses the tp100 being toped out at
About 300c for example. thats not the case if i read the posted info correctly
The data stated that the temp range is independant on "manufacturing specifications" and not type
Also that the pt100 cannot be used without a daughter board thats because of the onboard resistor used doesn't match with the pt100.
Did i get it right ?
RE: Termistor headache
So my assuption that a v.o.m. any digital ohm meter is fine to use to test ?? And im not blowing up the sensor (p1000) and using the same method??? I should see a resistance value for both the high temp p1000 sensor and the termistors ???
sorry to be so blatant with my questions i just dont know untill i ask,
I haven't ever worked with thiese two devices
I am also assuming the diferance between the p1000 and p100 is the temp curve or limits????
P1000 up to 500c. (Sensor)
And p100 up to 300c (termistor) ??????