profesor79
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Run custom code between g-code commands?
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One of the solutions could be adding a layer change script (simplifi3d has that out of the box) and then using marlin firmware you could set a value to digital pin that could triger external actions. ...

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What causes ripples on part of first layer?
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The first that I have in mind was connected with an acceleration, so you could play with it (set to half the current value and see the results) The other source of that could be drive belt that is ...

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Stepper motors are not working when connected with RAMPS 1.4
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to help you to solve this problem - please see my checklist are the stepper drivers connected correctly (pin1 to pin1)? stepper wiring is accurate (1a-1a..2b-2b)? is there enough voltage provided to ...

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RAMPS PLUS 2 and E1 socket problem (K200 Delta, but related to the PCB , not printer)
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Repetier reads configuration from the printer when a connection is established, so as long as it gets info about 2 heads it will display it. The best approach will be to disable heatbed or hotend ...

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Very old 3D Printer, which brand or type is this?
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As far as I can see on the pictures - the main board shall be capable to upload Marlin software and run smoothly. If you connect power and PC/Mac over the USB connection, then using Pronterface you ...

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Marlin Minimum X/Y Feedrate
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What I could suggest here is: set the acceleration to 1 instead 0 so we have M201 X1 Y1 use G1 Xdest Ydest F3 - feed rate is given as an integer

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StoneFlower3D - how to pause a print?
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The extruder is connected to 3d printer mainboard as a stepper driver. That said it is not using standard stepper motor output, but it is fed directly from CPU digital pins. Please see OP reference ...

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Heated Bed not heating on original Prusa i3. Using a Ramps 1.4 EFB
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you can swap pins in Marlin firmware. When you download it from GitHub, there is a file called pins.h (please be aware that this file is an example), and you can play with your setup to skip the ...

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How to execute firmware command from gcode
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As your color is based on the temp reading, as far as I know, there is no G-code to read a temperature and push that value to another command. The way you can do it is: Static color change - use same ...

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German RepRep Neo can't heat the extruder
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first, check the breakers pic source secondary stuff please see a list of item to check, that could point you to the source: heater cable cut/melted/loose => the best way will be to check the ...

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I want to use my 2 extruders simultaneously
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That depends what you want to achieve. If you want to get a clone of your thing then - 0scar answer is a go for it. In early days, I was thinking that this could speed up my printing, if both ...

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Connect to 3D printer via internet without router
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There are a few solutions, but each one needs to match same criteria: an open network socket visible outside the local network. So from TCP/IP protocol theory, we don't even need to have an IP ...

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What is wrong with my "disable sensor" gcode?
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As per github PR this is not implemented - see this PR for details Please check if your printer is processing M406 by issuing it manually. In meantime, a sticker on the sensor will help you to print :...

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Nozzle heats while autoleveling (or before)
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I am using CURA as my slicer, and it sets the bed and nozzle temp before printer start code is executed. You can easily check that by opening a file in a notepad and see, that there will be a few ...

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Zonestar Extruder motor does not work - what can I check?
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As this is not an obvious case, most printers' firmware has a cold extrusion prevention. That is usually set at 170C, so the nozzle need to be over 170 to allow stepper to move. I experienced that ...

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How do I create a STL file from a 2 dimensional grid of data
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for that you can use openSCAD. Data can be represented as a multi-array and we can iterate on it via for loop // data structure is x,y,z where z is value arrayOfData=[[0,10,4],[0,21,9],[0,13,8],[0,...

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How do you program a 3D printer?
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this is an extension to fred_dot_u answer. As I am in the process of building my own printer, I decided to use RAMPS Arduino shield for electronics and Marlin firmware + Arduino mega2560 as a logic ...

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Monoprice i3 clone heat shuts off printing abs
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this could be connected to a thermal shutdown protection. Most firmwares requires a decent increase in temperature every few seconds. if you use Marlin then in the source code you can extend thermal ...

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Ramps 1.4 with a power brick
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As long as you provide enough energy to heat the nozzle and keep its temperature, that is possible, as steppers power usually is limited by driver to reduce noise. see the attached video: A fully ...

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Monoprice Select Mini v2 reattach boden tube to feeder head
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I had a similar issue with my bowden feed system, those could be the reasons: the pneumatic connector is not keeping the pressure on the pipe -> replace the Teflon pipe is faded/worn -> try to cut ...

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Can I use external stepper motor power and USB connection
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The motors are powered from 12/24V external power supply, so the motors will not be powered. the ramps Schematics shows the connection diagram and the power is provided via the VMot pin/12V.

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TEVO Tarantula under extrusion
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I did a test on 50cm ptf tube, and according to result I had to increase steps/mm to 440. Thet tube have a straight connection between extruder and hotend. Please verify that there is no bends on the ...

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Communication is dropping when printing on my Tevo Tarantula
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As per long article Marlin firmware it looks like my system is a victim of closed ground loop via USB connection. It is now clear to me that printing from laptop (connected to different socket) was a ...

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Arduino and Ramps powering up
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The answer is, yes you can, but you need to follow guidelines. Reversing +/- or otherwise incorrectly connecting power can destroy your electronics and cause fire hazard. From RepRap wiki - RAMPS 1.4 ...

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Fix ghosting problem (damping versus bolting printer to a desk)
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Personally, I would select the 2nd option. The forces and vibrations inside printer will propagate over every single part connected. Having that in mind, making rigid external frame is just a part of ...

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Cura printer settings for Alladinbox SkyCube 3D
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To start printing with Cura, you can select standard printer (aka Prusa i3) and set the x,y,z dimensions in the machine properties window - it is a safe point to start. Then you could print a test ...

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Anet A8 bad/inconsistent extrusion after changing nozzle
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In the nozzle assembled properly? As I assumed that there were no other changes during the nozzle exchange process, then there is a risk of a gap inside throat and nozzle that just builds up and ...

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Can I have a glass bed with only the center heated?
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The glass will be taking up the heat to slowly cover its full area. That means two things: it will not crack as there is no thermal shock it will put more pressure on the heater as there will be ...

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How to change E0 to E1 on Marlin 1.1?
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the fastest way is to slice using two extruders and assign all print work to E1. Set the head offsets to [0,0] and that shall do the job. The harder is to edit pins file and do remapping.

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Support material first layer adhesion issues
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It is hard to determine the exact source of the problem as there are few possibilities (I am assuming that you have a single nozzle and only one filament in use): One of the hardest issues for me to ...

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