Questions tagged [arduino-mega-2650]

The Arduino Mega 2560 is one of the most common microprocessor boards used to control 3D printers. If you think your Arduino is part of your issue, you can use this tag.

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Arduino Mega and RAMPS 1.4 not responding

I was working on upgrading my Anet A8 to a RAMPS 1.4 running on Marlin. I had everything ready to go and had plugged it in to see if it worked. It seemed to be working so I tried to home it and my y ...
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MKS GEN L looks dead

In an attempt to upgrade my Ender 3 to TMC2208, I bought an MKS GENL 1.0 board from Banggood, but it doesn't get recognized from the Windows Device Manager at all: ...
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New RAMPS 1.6 not working

I just bought a new RAMPS 1.6 shield to replace my old RAMPS 1.4 shield. The problem is that it's just not working, the motors don't move, heatbed/nozzle don't get heated. It was all working with the ...
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How do I access Configuration.h?

I am very new to 3D printing and I am trying to adjust my firmware. I use the Arduino IDE 1.8.12. I downloaded the firmware from GitHub that suits my printer, but every time that I try to open the <...
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Stepper motor running with pauses, driver problem

I am here sharing this problem that is happening to me. I have a printer mounted with Arduino and RAMPS 1.4 shield with A4988 drivers. I was trying to calibrate the printer when I came across a ...
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RAMPS 1.6+ steppers not working

I recently purchased a RAMPS 1.6+ and it connects to my Arduino Mega 2560 just fine. I am able to use Pronterface to heat the extruder and the hotbed but the motors refuse to work. I have the jumpers ...
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Stepper motors not working when connected to RAMPS 1.4

Stepper motors are not working when connected to RAMPS board in the X,Y,Z pins. I used A4988 drivers and the Arduino board is an original version. I checked the input voltage to the RAMPS board, it's ...