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- Apr 3 2017, 8:53 AM (132 w, 4 d)
Wed, Oct 9
@karrad: Yes, I fixed it.
@Steven: Remember, the first prompt is for the user to clear the top of the printer, because it needs to home to move to the syringe removal position. The second prompt is for the user to remove the syringe. Both are necessary.
My local builds are always one version ahead of the one I push to build bot, so disregard the fact it says ".174. The only change from ".173" is that the version number was incremented after the push:
Fixed in .173
Tue, Oct 8
I'll look into it, but it may take me a while to get it right. Currently the TAZ Pro uses a single feedrate for manual moves on E, so it needs to strike a balance between being too slow for unload and being too fast for extruding. This is different from the Mini 2 and Workhorse which does loading and unloading differently.
Before submitting those tickets and updating the manual for Pro, try the 18.104.22.168 firmware as well. @marcio has implemented the change as described above, and now when just pressing "unload" for the first time when powering up, it will automatically extrude some first. If this behavior works well, we may want to consider writing directions to that.
On the bio, TJ said most users want to be able to move the axis by hand prior to starting their printers. Because of this, the axis are left unlocked and the coordinate system cannot be relied upon. So software endstops are disabled on the Bio and the axis will always skip if you try driving them beyond the max or min.
Mon, Oct 7
The wipe location for the right nozzle is 297. This is in line with what you were requesting, so if you are seeing an incorrect wipe, something else is causing it. It's possible the nozzle offsets aren't correct initially, so the wipe position would appear incorrect for E2.
The firmware cannot check whether the connectors are plugged in. An unplugged connector, from the firmware's perspective, is no different than a nozzle which isn't touching the cube.
The config is here:
This is an easy adjustment. It will also affect the leveling script for the Mini 2, but I can't see any reasons this would cause a problem.
Right now the color scheme is already defined. I will swap the light green with light blue and the darker green with darker blue,
There are two button, "retract" and "extrude" and semantically I cannot have the "retract" button do an extrude. That will be confusing. What I can do is disable the "retract" button until the user has pushed "extrude" to extrude some filament.
Not a Marlin issue.
Mon, Sep 30
@west: Had to say, could have been a change in upstream Marlin. We have no guarantees that things like Z-offset will remain constant.
Thu, Sep 26
Take a look at .167. "Move To Home" will home all axis and move to the park position. "Raise Plunger" will move the "E" back to zero quickly (this is not exactly homing E, this only happens at startup).
Should be fixed in .167
Tue, Sep 24
Mon, Sep 23
Correction: .165 will have the lower current, not .164.
FW .164 has the lowered current. You could try that too.
Thu, Sep 19
The higher current on the Workhorse came about because it is the current used on the TAZ Pro. But I agree it makes sense to match it to the settings on the TAZ 6 because the electronics are the same.