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  1. Update: After sifting through dozens of hex and source files, with a little guess work, and a lot of research. I finally found firmware that will not only connect, but let me jog and heat up the extruder! Its the: http://firmware.ultimaker.com/firmware/UM-v1.1-PCB1.5-thermocouple-build-1-AtMega2560.hex'>http://firmware.ultimaker.com/firmware/UM-v1.1-PCB1.5-thermocouple-build-1-AtMega2560.hex'>http://firmware.ultimaker.com/firmware/UM-v1.1-PCB1.5-thermocouple-build-1-AtMega2560.hex'>http://firmware.ultimaker.com/firmware/UM-v1.1-PCB1.5-thermocouple-build-1-AtMega2560.hex at: http://firmware.ultimaker.com/firmware/ Its looks to be some older stuff, but it seems to work on ReplacatorG0026. edit: It seems to be working with Cura as well.
  2. An ISP (in system programmer) was designed by Atmel to let programmer handle non-usb compliant microcontrollers. They use a communication method known as SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface). They look like this: They have headers like this: The Arduino Mega2560 has two of those headers, one for the bootload uC and one for the main uC. If you use the bootload uC to load code onto the main one (using the usb connection), your using the boot uC as an ISP (basically). Essentially its one more thing to go wrong IMO.
  3. I'm not %100 sure where the electronics came from, and the arduino says "designed in Italy" on the back.
  4. I loaded new firmware fine using my ISP programmer, it loads fine. Its still not working with Cura. I found this: http://firmware.ultimaker.com/firmware/ Is there anything that I could try to get it working with ReplacatorG0024 or Cura? edit: ReplacatorG0026 not 24
  5. Thanks for your help, this is defiantly useful information. So if its the wrong shield, is it possible that when I updated the firmware it burnt some of the ports? Is there any documentation of this older shield and possible compatible firmware to go along with it? This is the Arduino, so not the black one.
  6. The unit was working fine until the firmware upgrade. Are there steps for troubleshooting the shield? Or could it be the mega2560? If I used an ISP programmer to erase & reprogram the flash, could that work? I'm thinking it could be the USB boot loader chip on the board. edit: If anyone know what firmware the boards were running when ReplicatorG0024 was the most current software that would be perfect. That's when the printer was working last. edit edit: Here is a picture of the shield, maybe this will help.
  7. Thanks for your reply, I've when I go into device manager it won't let me set my baud rate to the 250k, so I installed "MarlinUltimaker-115200.hex" from the \firmware directory using the custom firmware loader on Cura. Still same problem.
  8. I've re installed the the drivers (the ones that come with ReplacatorG0034 & Cura) and neither of them work
  9. Hey I just got an error log: Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Send: M105 T0 Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Send: M105 T0 Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Send: M105 T0 Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Send: M105 T0 Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Send: M105 T0 Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Send: M105 T0 Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Send: M105 T0 Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Recv: echo:Unknown command:"" Recv: ok Send: M105 T0 Serial timeout while writing to serial port, trying again. Unexpected error while writing serial port: SerialTimeoutException: 'Write timeout' @ machineCom.py:_sendCommand:506 Changing monitoring state from 'Operational' to 'Error: SerialTimeoutExcepti...' Connection closed, closing down monitor
  10. Where can I find the error log in the first run wizard? I've tried loading the code on the uC manually using avrdude and I get this: This is my problem in Cura: The BAUD rate in my device manager should match the baud rate in cura right? Also where can I find old firmware, stuff that will work with ReplacatorG 24? If I can't get this to work I will just have to downgrade.
  11. Hey guys, I recently started working with a Ultimaker printer and am trying to get it up and running. Before the printer was running using ReplicatorG, I install Cura and then updated the new firmware. Now its stopped working with ReplicatorG and Cura. When I run the checkup on Cura it just says "connecting to machine" and that disk spins around forever. If it hit skip checks, the next screen still fails at connecting to the machine. I have matched the BAUD rates and made sure the com ports are correct in device manager. I'm running win7 32bit.
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