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  1. #11
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    Yes I can. Let me set them up and I'll link you up.

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    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eZ...BlgoeLbOvwNv-F

    4 files from CubePro v1.87 that can be decoded with the Cube3 decoder.
    Several different settings to account for vector calls.

    BTW: CubePro and Cube3 can live on the same PC. 1.87 can be downloaded from the Cubify download repository.

    http://cubify.s3.amazonaws.com/Printers/Cubepro/cubepro_1.87.exe
    Last edited by TommyDee; 06-05-2019 at 11:35 PM.

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    Well, I have The CubePro fields added -- not fully implemented.

    Cube3 Editor - Temperature Display.png

    And here is a tab showing the retraction values (M227 -- entries, this may need some work as I don't quite understand how M227 and M228 work together).

    Cube3 Editor - Retraction(M227) Displayed.png

    And I added a raw view to display the BFB.

    Cube3 Editor - RawView.png

    Let me know if you have any links or more information about M227/M228 and M108/M208

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    Doing a little more digging, I can see that the Cube slicer is outputting 228 before 227:

    M227-M228 info.png
    Last edited by buddybu; 06-07-2019 at 06:04 AM.

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    Wow! Perfect on the isolation and presentation. There is a lot of duplication for retraction while in the body of the print it only switches once, usually.
    Therefore you would again wholesale replace unique instances. Makes the list a lot shorter and cleaner.

    The control options you want is percentage of the value of P and S. I often cut them in half from the Cube3 slicer settings and use that as a minimum value.
    60-80% is a good range for when you've made the bowden tube mod on Cube3.
    Only the P and S values need updating, but the other two would be nice to get a handle on (advanced settings )

    Then an offset between P and S would be a nice for "thermal expansion offset"
    Say add 5% to P while subtracting 5% from S making a 10% total offset, plus or minus.

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    ... I've also ignored the ones with value 1 for P and S.

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    TD --
    Here are two links, the first is a "binary" version -- just the EXE and DLLs, but you may need to install a .NET framework.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cz...VWZhf987stHXEJ

    this is an installer version that will automatically install any needed .NET framework.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1u3...7TRTJ6I6jYDKGx

    Let me know if you have questions. Don't use the Retraction tab yet to change data, otherwise you could futz up your CUBE file -- I don't have logic in there to update the corresponding matching M228 with the save value as the M227 command.

    I don't have a list of codes and colors for CubePro yet, but I will get them implemented soon and when you change a temperature line, it will modify all lines in the BFB with the same temperature value.

    Let me know if you have troubles.

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    I'll have to see if Windows 10 will let me install it. Pretty sure the .net framework is up to date.

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    Don't use it on CubePro files yet. There is an interesting issue with the CubePro files and the character that is being sought to determine where the encrypted data starts. Do you know if I should be using 1.87 or 2.02 of CubePro?

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    2.02 is a different beast. They went back to some old protocol that leaves the app's slicer config settings visible for user reference. The rest of the file, including BFB data is encrypted and we don't know how to decrypt it ...yet. However, there is a tantalizing setting in the config files that would maintain temp files from the slicing operation. By default it clears temp files. Still trying to get to that point.

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    ...never mind!... Windows 10 installed fine.
    Last edited by TommyDee; 06-08-2019 at 11:32 PM.

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    New version updated that can now handle the CubePro colors and material types. The material is prepended with CP (CP_ABS, CP_PLA). the ABS and PLA are for CUBE3.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Z1...zS-kR5bIoYmOCF -- Binary files only

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cz...VWZhf987stHXEJ -- Installer

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    So, I believe, from my own experiential testing:

    Cube3 POV:
    E1 => Left Cartridge
    E2 => Right Cartridge
    E3 => Not used

    CubePro:
    E1 => ?
    E2 => ?
    E3 => ?

    I think i will rename those sections to be just Extruder 1, Extruder 2 and Extruder 3

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    CubePro same. Left to right.

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    Just replace all the files?

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    Yeah, you should be able to just replace the files. So, E3 is typically the middle cartridge on CubePro?

 

 

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