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Posted · Call for help from users of Repetier firmware

Can anybody who is familiar with Repetier firmware confirm that the M203 command is still related to temperature monitoring as opposed to setting the max feedrate which is how other firmwares use M203.


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Mark

 

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Posted · Call for help from users of Repetier firmware

The RepRap website states that Repetier uses M203 for setting max federate; I tried the Repetier website but could not find anything. Whilst I use Repetier this is not something I have ever played with, so cannot help further.

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Posted · Call for help from users of Repetier firmware

Thanks for the info. The problem we are seeing is that M203 appears to have different uses depending on the version of Repetier firmware being used so I think the safest thing for us to do is to avoid using it at all if the gcode flavour is set to Repetier.

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