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Posted · Ultimaker 2+ Feeder

Hallo Zusammen,

ich habe angefangen meinen UL2 in Richtung 2+ umzubauen. Durch Zufall habe ich gesehen wenn ich den UL2 auf UL 2+ umstelle, dann kann ich eine höhere Bretttemperatur fahren. Der UL2 ist auf 100°C begrenz und der UL 2+ 115°C. Wenn ich Drucker als UL2+ laufen lasse wird das Filament raus gezogen statt rein. Das ganze kann man natürlich umgehen in den man an dem Schrittmotor die Leitungen tauscht, so das er wider in die richtige Richtung dreht. Jetzt kommen wir zur meiner Frage. Weißt jemand in wieweit die Einstellung "Material flow" einstellen muss damit ich nicht zu viel oder zu wenig Material eingebracht wird? Der neue Feeder wird über die Zahnräder angetrieben, welche Übersetzung besteht dort.

An der Platin ist der Platz J20 nicht belegt obwohl der Stecker daneben liegt. Weißt jemand warum er nicht eingesteckt ist?

Gruß

Marcin

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Posted · Ultimaker 2+ Feeder

I think the @tinkergnome firmware for all machines is all based on one source, so it would not surprise me if the UM2 version also has the new 115c limit (did not try it).

Regarding the correction for the geared feeder no need to correct using flow, if you use the tinkergnome firmware you can just set the e-steps and your done.

e steps UM2+ feeder with new feeder motor: 369

e steps UM2+ feeder with old UM2 motor : 738

e steps UM2 (old feeder) : don't know (my machines are upgraded) but if you have the UM2 you can just read it out in the tinkergnome firmware.

you'll find the firmware here;

https://github.com/TinkerGnome/Ultimaker2Marlin/releases

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Posted · Ultimaker 2+ Feeder

the hex files are the packed firmware, ready to install, use cura 15.xx and select install custom firmware. make sure to take the correct one for your machine.

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