I am trying to fix the very last error on my printer (custom built).
Error:Printer halted. kill() called!
This error occures about 5-10 minutes into a print (XYZ Cube) and usually after finishing the second layer. All temperatures are working as far as I can tell: heats up fine (if a little slow) and all sensors are working; 50 °C bed, 190 °C hotend, all axis are moving, homing and stepping fine and I haven't noticed any overheating issues on the steppers themselves. I have the SD card plugged into the screen rather than the mainboard as it had difficulty reading from the mainboard when I first tested it.
After this happens I can no longer move any axis from the interface and have to run a power cycle to get control back.
- BTT SKR 1.3 (Marlin 2.0, TMC2209 drivers UART)
- TFT35 3.0 (Latest firmware)
- NC X/Y endstop switches
- Inductive Z Probe (generic blue square one)
- Dual Z steppers
- J-Head v6 hotend
I dont have much knowlage of Marlin firmware, so please be descriptive if I am missing something in the firmware (e.g. "edit
//#define DUAL_Z_STEPPERS in
Marlin/Configuration_adv.h" to define the use of dual Z steppers by altering the line to
It's not possible to plug my printer into a computer, it's over 5 m away, my laptop is broken and I haven't set up my Raspberry Pi yet.
I do not know how to set up SD card logging if that is even a posibility.