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Hello...

je débute en Gcode mais j'ai fais un Gcode pour automatiser mon test de planitude du plateau, avec le glissement du feuille bristol.

 

M190 S60.000000 ; plateau à 60°M109 S160.000000 ; buse à 160°, pour pouvoir faire couler un peu le PLAG21        ;metric valuesG90        ;absolute positioningM82        ;set extruder to absolute modeM107       ;pas de ventiloG28 X0 Y0 Z0 ; position homeM117 Nettoyage de la buse !G1 Z20 F9000 ; descendre le plateaux de 2cm, pour nettoyer la buse si besoinG4 S10 ; attendre 10 secM117 Réglage du plateaux !G0 F9000 X90 Y190 Z0.300 ; centre/fondG4 S05 ; attendre 5 secM117 Réglage du plateaux !G0 F9000 X10 Y10 Z0.300 ; devant/gaucheG4 S05 ; attendre 5 secM117 Réglage du plateaux !G0 F9000 X190 Y10 Z0.300 ; devant/droiteG4 S05 ; attendre 5 secM117 Réglage du plateaux !G0 F9000 X89.501 Y90.694 Z0.300 ; au centreG4 S05 ; attendre 5 secM117 encore une fois !G0 F9000 X90 Y190 Z0.300 ; centre/fondG4 S05 ; attendre 5 secM117 Réglage du plateaux !G0 F9000 X10 Y10 Z0.300 ; devant/gaucheG4 S05 ; attendre 5 secM117 Réglage du plateaux !G0 F9000 X190 Y10 Z0.300 ; devant/droiteG4 S05 ; attendre 5 secM117 Réglage du plateaux !G0 F9000 X89.501 Y90.694 Z0.300 ; au centreG4 S05 ; attendre 5 secM117 Une dernière fois ;G0 F9000 X90 Y190 Z0.300 ; centre/fondG4 S05 ; attendre 5 secM117 Réglage du plateaux !G0 F9000 X10 Y10 Z0.300 ; devant/gaucheG4 S05 ; attendre 5 secM117 Réglage du plateaux !G0 F9000 X190 Y10 Z0.300 ; devant/droiteG4 S05 ; attendre 5 secM117 Réglage du plateaux !G0 F9000 X89.501 Y90.694 Z0.300 ; au centreG4 S05 ; attendre 5 secM117 OK... c'est fini !M104 S0 ; on arrête la chauffe et les moteurs.M140 S0M84

 

Juste bizz, quand j'arrive au "wait" malgré le M117, ulticontroler affiche "sleep" ??

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