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Bondtech QR Ultimaker 2 + firmware?

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I've upgraded my UM2 to a UM2+ with the upgrade kit but I kept my Bondtech extruder instead of using the new feeder. I went ahead and updated the firmware to UM2+ like the instructions said and then realised that on my UM2 I had installed a custom firmware form Bondtech.

Is there a firmware from Bondtech for the UM2+? Or just use the UM2 firmware that is on their site?

I'm itching to start printing but don't want to start until I get that sorted out.

Thanks in advance!

Joel

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Ok, I just did a quick test with the UM2+ firmware by running through the material change option.

My Bondtech feeder is now going is reverse. Would changing the E-steps to a negative number be an easy way to reverse the feeder direction? So instead of setting my E-Steps to M92 E492.45

I could save it as

M92 E-492.45?

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