@Steven Just had the Taz7 restart on me with the modified archim board installed.
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@Steven I just installed the modified archim board and will be testing that now.
@adam per the schedule from E3D for that new extruder, it isn't going to fit into the current time line for Brizo. E3D will not be releasing source until the product is released which is too far into our schedule for concept dev.
Update on this, the ESP requires non-free software binary blobs so no-go there. Going to look down a few other possible paths this week...
@oliver Does the issue repeat if printing through USB stick while not connected to Cura?
@oliver does this printer have the modified Archim and interface boards installed? If not, please get those updated and then confirm if you are still seeing this issue.
@karrad A quick note, I noticed that the restart would be happening when trying to do adjustments through the lcd screen while the printer was plugged into the computer. If I sent a print through CURA than I had no problems finishing up a print.
okay now closed.
Yes the part from HS is RoHS compliant. I thought I closed this last week.
@jessica needs a MBOM for the control box ASAP, so I will be working on that now.
Quiver 8 has seen two USB read failures in initial testing, will work with Dani to get this one swapped out for Board updates.
@Hob as far as I'm aware we haven't even discussed the retail name for Brizo or if we plan to use a type name for it (ie TAZ + number for each new TAZ that's released). Does this mean we want to set this up on devel under "devel/lulzbot/greek_goddesses"?
I have noticed with the Hardened Steel Nozzles, the printing temperature needs to be increased 10c-20c in order to get good adhesion. This seems to be the case on all filaments, (only tested PLA and nGen so far) based upon what our profiles are looking like with HS and HS+
I agree. I replaced the flat head screws on the top because of the fear of them stripping out in the future. I believe the M3 socket head screws would be a more reliable alternative for removing and replacing the tool head cap.