Yeah that is consistent with the others.
Small Lyr .25mm
SE | 0.5 AeroV2
High Str 0.8mm
High Str 1.2mm
15 character limit.
@marcio Those names sound great for single extruder and the 1.2
@karrad No I think that is good.
Can't have parenthesis or + in the filename. I suggest:
Here are all the names and what they are currently set to:
@lansky Any issues with those names for http://devel.lulzbot.com/software/Marlin/188.8.131.52/
Oops, wrong duplicate. re-opening
Also, what do you want the customers to see on the LCD?
In M115, this should not be a problem, but what should the filenames be?
@marcio Any issue with the special characters in Marlin? If possible, we would like to keep the naming the same as what is on the labels when entering in M115
I think matching what is in the Cura selection menu for consistency would be best. So calling them:
Tue, Oct 16
@lansky tym! Sticky notes are the easiest way to force a failed probe
My guess was that it was removed since it is redundant to the shading in the bar itself.
@lansky We can check, but it was likely left out upstream. We went from 1.0.x.xx to 1.1.7, alot changed in that time. If it is a major work around in marlin, we will not be adding it back in.
@karrad We will get this version installed and take a look.
Mon, Oct 15
@marcio We had to widen the wipe pad for the V3 dual, so the second nozzle is currently getting wiped with our existing script. It just does not heat up and cool down like the first one does
@brent.i: I believe you are correct, we fudged the probe point coordinates so the right nozzle hits the probe points, but really Marlin thinks it is probing with the left nozzle (even though it isn't).
@karrad: Probing only happens using the first extruder, so Marlin will only rewipe that nozzle. I put in the pauses to give the nozzle some time to cool down. So it should be wipe... pause... wipe... pause... wipe. Not a very long pause though, just a few seconds.
@marcio On the V3 dual extruder I am not seeing any temperature changes on the second extruder. It also appears to pause when re-wiping?
Wed, Oct 10
@karrad: Two different firmwares for you to try:
I'll experiment with a variation where the temperature is dropped back down to 160 at the start of the nozzle wipe. Perhaps having the nozzle cool as it is being wiped will cause any oozing filament to be wiped off, until the temp falls low enough to solidify any filament inside the hotend, while still finishing off the wipe.
@karrad: .22 implements the feature.
Tue, Oct 9
Fixed in latest build.
@marcio Lets try it for all printers, we will not incorporate into CUra until we have done more testing with various materials
@brent.i: Need to know whether it is okay to do this change across the board, rather than just for Banded and Dingy.
@marcio please review, don't want to break anything =P
@marcio Ahh my apologies. I think the issue is it is re-wiping at probing temperature, which is usually lower than wipe temp. Any way we can include a set re wipe temp, followed by a set probe temp? Thinking 160 probe 170 wipe
These are the scripts that execute during a rewipe for gladiola: