The next generation of TAZ printers
Fri, Oct 11
I downgraded back to 149 and it works as intended. Has the target temps and is heating like normal.
I tried 173 and got the same result.
can you try .173 or later?
About screen times out back to the main screen, perfect!
Thu, Oct 10
would've been nice
@karrad , Merged to master.
@alexei Ready for review and merge
Profile that I will be pushing.
Wed, Oct 9
Upstream issue ticket has been closed, going to close this one as well.
Without any other reports, closing this one down as resolved.
Tue, Oct 8
Ran a pretty basic print with this, but it came out well:
@matth 184.108.40.206 is currently on devel, can you give it a shot and let us know what you think?
The thermistor circuit might be the only one in the harness that could be checked. This means that this fix would depend on the user forgetting all the y axis connectors, or none of them.
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.
@jspreitzer , merged the fix to the master.
@jspreitzer , this is the misspelling on Cura part: https://code.alephobjects.com/source/cura-lulzbot/browse/master/plugins/USBPrinting/FirmwareUpdateWindow.qml$61 and corresponding translations.
@Steven just for clarification the message is displayed on the Touch Screen for the TAZ Pro.
Not a Marlin issue.
Fri, Oct 4
I did find one tool head that was hanging out here in MER from an unknown origin that with everything rebuilt straight, was actually traveling less on one actuator (E1). Swapping the actuators between hot ends, the smaller travel distance followed the actuator to E2. This tool head was taken apart to test the jigs related to this ticket, not because it was red-tagged for this issue.
Replacing the actuator resolved the issue. The Z nozzle offset measured by the auto-cal sequence was initially -1.15, is now -0.36.
This difference in travel length could be seen between the bottom rod mount and the bottoms of the motor mounts.
@logan yea it will be