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  1. Hi Guys, I am still moving to duet's board. Today's problem is the hot end 5V fan, simply I have a problem to turn it on. I already splitted and plugged black/orange[-] cable on GND of FAN_2 and the red/blue[+] one to the 5V pin of the expansion board connector but it doesn't turn on when the nozzle reaches the target temp. I don't think but I paste here the part of confing.g maybe is there my problem: ; Fans M106 P0 S0 I0 F500 H-1 ; Set fan 0 value, model fans M106 P1 S1 I0 F500 H-1 ; Set fan 1 value, leds M106 P2 S0 I0 F500 H1 T40 ; Set fan 2 value, hotend fan Edit, the two PT100 are correctly inserted and I read the correct temp
  2. Hello users! Finally I am moving to Duet board, the migration is still in progress but for the moment it is really interesting! At the moment I have some problem with the configuration of the Z axis. I have some difficulty especially with the writing of the homez.g . I hope someone can help me to write and configure it. @neotko @ultiarjan Edit: I did the Configuration tool but the homez.g seems incorrect for the um.
  3. It looks like the duet3d display ?
  4. Hello @foehnsturm , this project is interesting but I would like to ask: the sensor measure only the flow or it try to adjust the extrusion during the prints?
  5. Bel lavoro Pieri70! These extruder[K]_filament_used are interesting, but in my opinion the most interesting are those with the = => =< and other simbols after the placeholders. @neotko posted some screenshots some time ago, I tried to use some of those but without results, without a serious documentation it is quite hard to improve the profiles and the prints.
  6. What can you tell me about the buildplate calibration with the duet @zerspaner_gerd ?
  7. it seems that you have swapped the 6mm shafts with the sturdier 8mm ones and the short belts have different sized pulleys, something like 16/32 teeth?
  8. Am I the only one that note there is a shifted layer to the front? The bad overhang isn't caused by the cooling defect but by the slipping
  9. I'm interested too, I would like to replace my UM2's fried board with the duet. What about coding via reprap code and cabling? I've read the documentation pages and it seems intuitive, but I'm a bit scared to get my hands on the electronics as my electrical background is pretty basic
  10. With a lot of walls is hard to get a 100% top fill, you can try to reduce the line width and lower the numbers of the outer wall to increase the top infill area, with the right amount of overlap it should works nice
  11. Ciao @enki, hai giá provato ad aumentare i mA dei motori X ed Y? Magari con il comando M906 . Riguardo a s3d puoi provare ad utilizzare piú processi e mano a mano che sali di Z diminuisci la velocitá e non l'accelerzione
  12. Hello @foehnsturm, I would like to report a minor-negligible issue with the updated head.stl file, the main head part is positioned 0.25mm higher than the cable cover. This is not a real issue but it could create problems if the user does not notice it before printing.
  13. You have to insert the idle temp after the T[new_tool] line otherwise the firmware ignore it and drops the temp at something like 175/120/80. Example, T0 is the idle/old tool, T1 the new active tool : T[new_tool] / T1 ; {IF NEWTOOL=1} M104 S[extruder2_temperature] T0 ; T0 at idle temp {IF NEWTOOL=1} M109 S[extruder1_temperature] T1 ; wait T1 active temp I really like your idea to use another extruder to set the idle temp! About the placeholders, the main ones are posted from neotko in the link above here, other instead are scattered in S3D forum.
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