I am so sorry that I have no answer to your question but a question myself:
I have an axis, after some modifications it prints “OK”. Would you recommend the linear rails? Did you figure out the problem with the X-axis?
I plan to use the axis to print with a bigger nozzle diameter than I have on my other printers (0.6-0.8) and after my first print with a 0.6mm nozzle I can say that the fan shroud is a must since with 0.36 layer height the layers dont cool and harden enough before the next layer prints on them. Maybe I have to adjust a minimum time for a layer and maximum speed? Is there an option in Cura, to assure that the layer is ready to be printed with the next layer?
I mean pronterface of course, not octoprint
The m206 command doesn't seem to work for me. I don't get an echo. Every other command gives me an echo
One update, I can't confirm my issue is solved:
It worked after I plugged the PSU in first and then connected with octoprint
I set the pins like you mentioned but the drivers still overshoot when homeing in pronterface. When I “auto home” without a pronterface connection, it works fine and stopes in the middle of the plate
Will the noctua fan work out of the box with the 24v electronics?
I just assembled the printer, did the configuration and flashed it on the printer.
I just had my first print (I know I am a little late to the party).
I am amazed by what quality you offer for such a low price.
The only thing that I don't like is the electronics Fan that is running on 100% from the start, when in idle and while printing. Why did I get the low noise drivers?
Can I adjust the fan speed? (Only the electronics Fan)
Thanks for the information.
If it's only the power supply, maybe I will get a stronger one.
Do I have to change something in the configuration.h afterwards?
I didn’t try PETG on this specific bed but on glass or other PEI coated steel beds I use a layer of release agent (usually a glue stick) to protect the bed. Else chunks of the bed come out when releasing the print from the bed and it gets damaged.
PETG sticks too good to the print surface.
What was the problem? Did it break chunks of your bed off, when you released it?
Btw how did you get your bed hot enough for printing PETG? Is a better power supply enough? I recognized that manually I can only heat the bed up to 60°C, which is usually not enough for PETG.
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