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new to ReplicatorG0034 Help needed!

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I have the Replicator G 0034 working now. The Firmware on the machine as shown in the machineinfo:

System Information

ReplicatorG version: 0034

Java version: 1.6.0_31

Machine

Profile Name: Ultimaker Sprinter/Marlin

Driver Type: RepRap5D

Name: Ultimaker Sprinter/Marlin

Motherboard firmware version: Marlin v1.0

The lights turn Green in RepG34 wen i click "turn on" and the temp reading is there.

The control panel acts as expected and i can change temperature. But i cant start the extrudermotor from the control panel even when target temps are reached.

When i start the calibration print provided in the RepG34 everything starts runnings fine but the extruder is speeding like hell. I tried various things with the gcode but couldnt get it to work as desired.

I have a standalone slic3r running now but i cant access its functions from within RepG0034

the log says:

[23] Yes, I have a Realtime Control feature.

[23] Supports RC

[23] Beginning toolpath generation.

[23] Could not run Slic3r.

[23] Toolpath generation failed!

i can make gcodes with the standalone slic3r though. but i dont have enough time left testing all its functions and reading trough thousands of posts and tutorials.

I think il downgrade to 5G and Rep0025 witch i know how to operate.

Any help is highly apreciated.

sincerely

Yvo W.

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I have some good news.

Running on RepG0025, SF35 and 5G firmware.

Yesterday late i could 3D print a nearly perfect and working whiste.

built the second printer in under 8 hours.(had some help..)

I was able to produce some handsome prints

now sitting on my couch and printing with both machines simultanously.

i hope to upgrade to most actual softwares as soon as i can though.

thx for all the helping minds in this forum.

greetings

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