We have this implemented in 184.108.40.206 FW and incorporated into cura 3.6.11. closing this one out.
Fri, Jun 21
Just an update here, this is with 220.127.116.11 FW
@tutley We would love some feedback suggestions for what might be required.
One report reducing initial layer height to 0.2mm resulted in inability to adhere to the bed using PLA on a TAZ Pro
The people have spoken!
Thu, Jun 20
@Bobby4wd's photos w/o the zip:
Wed, Jun 19
@Shawn We have not completed redgum profiles for ABS in 3.6.11, have you made any adjustments to wiping/probing temperature settings to help with probing issues?
@victor_larchenko I can confirm these ones are becoming an issue. Would there be a way to prevent extruder commands from being sent until someone activates the extruder options when switching between Prepare and Monitor?
@Greggb @nathan @DaniAO @adam Lets get a test on .135 as well, we had an update to the LCD screen message telling people to remove filament before running the offset calibration. It should be the only change, but we would like to verify.
@TKostennov This one looks good on my end, thanks for the fix!
@victor_larchenko It looks like the prime tower locations are not being recognized for Dual extrusion machines:
@bmh Hmm, with the way Dual extrusion works at the moment, we do require having E1 and E2 to be the same height so we will average between the two. Do you feel a pop up tool box when hovering on that drop down explaining what is happening would help alleviate some of the confusion?
@marcio Looks good to me, maybe "continue" instead of proceed, it seems a little more LCD
Hmm, maybe just one more line of text.
@adam Can you grab some of these for R&D tomorrow morning?
Current wording is:
@west @tutley Looks good to me! The nanofuses come in a roll and are individually packaged. I am not sure if possible, but to avoid additional production time can we modify this so we do not need to cut out each individual fuse?
@marcio Do we have room on the LCD for a message, or perhaps a pop up stating "Offset calibration works best without filament loaded." or "Unload filament filament before starting offset calibraiton, proceed? Y/N"
@bmh Glad to see it sorted! When creating a task you can assign a "project tag" and it will be automatically placed on that board. We try to keep an eye out for ones that come in blank, but do apologize if we miss seeing it!
Testing this on our effected unit, it got it all sorted. After flashing, I removed filament and ran the offset calibration. Wiped and probed as expected, and first layer Z offset is looking great w/o adjustment
@adam These are staged to be imported into cura, but it might not make todays cut. Feel free to import them in the mean time for feedback.
@west Ahh, just the spare fuses
I think I was able to narrow it down, it looks like it got snagged on the printed cable clip along the back of the frame:
They reported new users using metal on the hot ends, popping the 5a fuses. They are apparently hard to find for them, and even longer to get shipped out. It was the only specific request, do you have any other suggestions?
@adam We have signed and sent it in, just awaiting their review and approval. There was a lot of positive feedback from the end users at building momentum. Things are looking good!
Tue, Jun 18
@bmh It sounds very similar, and we are digging into it. As we can only set one temperature for the bed within Cura LE, they should be averaging the temperatures between the two materials. Just to keep this ticket from getting muddied, we are investigating that one on T8012
@alexei Just a quick name update, ready for review and merge
@samantha Can you verify your bed position matches what was called out in the OHAI?
@Bobby4wd Please try out all three sets of PETg profiles, if they look good we can duplicate them.
We had a report of "black specs" when printing polydissolve at 230c, and when reducing temp to 220c these were removed.
@adam Sorry, this one had fallen off my radar. Adding Cura LE tag, should have it done by EoB today
Mon, Jun 17
@marcio Sounds good, let me know if you need another example for wider ranges and I can get this one over to you tomorrow.
@marcio This has been reported on three separate machines, and @tutley reports @samantha machine is also exhibiting the issue. One should be over there at rockies. Let us know if you need anything else!
@marcio We can grab whatever info is required for you. To my eye it looks just like the entire probe points for the Z move (and x/y cube probing) for that matter are shifted about 5mm to the right. If we can shift 5mm to the left I think it would be sorted. (on the machine originally reported at least)
@matth Updates pushed to branch T7962. As a note, I left the 920 in the "experimental" section until we can get more time for testing and verification. I also duplicated the 910 High Speed profile for you to try out. Once merged to master please give it a try and let us know how it goes.
Sounds good. I saw the changes you made in the material profile, we shouldn't have an issue bringing it in.
@matth This looks good, we can update the existing 920 material with your changes. Looks like just a duplicated 910 profile for standard settings you were using for the PRO?
Understandable, thanks for the update @TKostennov
New smaller file and visual representation:
@eBeardslee test was on 18.104.22.168
@alexei looks like this one is fixed up and ready for merge to master.
@adam Sounds goood. The way the stl files are set up, the plate will be in place and correct once we finish up T7379 and merge it into master. For now this should be good for testing internally and with external users.
I am going to try a complete re-clone and build to verify, but checking the branch lulzbot_redgum_yellowfin.def.json is in there:
@marcio The re-wipe is controlled by a unique marlin set of commands correct? Could we add the extra extrusion at the end of that, just like the park position? The hot end should still be warm enough, and we will have a set retract distance in the start gcode we could mirror.
Fri, Jun 14
@matth Can you export your "profile" and post it as well? This one looks to be the material profile only
More recent smoke tests and tickets have been logged, closing this one down.
Have not seen this be an issue on recent smoke tests, closing down.
Lets see if we can get the blue and white screws in for visual comparison. We have the black screws on hand, we know what they look like, and is our current fall back option.
@TKostennov Can we get an update on this ticket?
Thu, Jun 13
Wed, Jun 12
@TKostennov Thanks, disallowed region showing when just using E2 for support: