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  1. #21
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    Welcome to the forum luishiga1980.

    You might look up some updated tools for editing. Or member BuddyBu has done some excellent work.
    http://www.print3dforum.com/showthre...e3-File-Editor

    Primarily for Cube3, it also does CubePro. Makes life a whole lot easier when changing files. The depth of integration is significant.

    We have yet to break the code of v2.02 of CubePro. Any insights?

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    Chamber heater

    Hello DarkZero, After you flashed the firmware hack did your chamber heater stop working?

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    Hello TommyDee, Sorry do I understand the reCube correctly. So its a arduino nano that reformats or reflashes the cartridge chip to 100% so one can reload the cartridge with aftermarket material? Does one reflash the chip each time or does the reflashing stop the cubepro machine from counting the material paying out? As the original cubepro cartridge only came with 600grams of material I am hoping to find a solution that allows me to print more than 600 grams.

    Thank you in advance.

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    Hey there RicciEU. Yes indeed, ReCube will read the chip, switch the appropriate bits and rewrite the code back to the chip. The chip will count down as normal if the firmware in the printer is original. There is no reason to change firmware on the printers. With CubePro, it is very handy to fill a cartridge with a subset of filament and also change the count of that chip to coincide with the actual filament loaded. You can refill to any level if you use the Arduino IDE interface.

    Please contact our own William Liu . He can work with you for a discount if you want to work with the maker.

    You are also not the only one reporting the failed heater. It seems to be where the Firmware breaks when you swap the firmware file from normal to hacked. It is likely a common block size that interrupts this one function. It is not isolated while not universal. Restoring the original F/W should restore the system.
    Last edited by TommyDee; 02-02-2021 at 05:07 AM.

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    Cheers TommyDee

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    Need the original file

    Quote Originally Posted by TommyDee View Post
    Yes, you can install factory F/W on top of modified F/W. Current CubePro version is v2.02. If you have trouble finding the original F/W, let me know. This is the the link from the repository site: http://cubify.s3.amazonaws.com/Print...pro%20V2.02.ar Download and install via USB drive.

    The application is: http://cubify.s3.amazonaws.com/Print...bepro_2.02.exe <<== executable link! I can't seem to unlink it.

    ReCube is described in absolute detail here: http://www.print3dforum.com/showthre...muro-s-Circuit

    The links provided are broken, any chance at posting the files for download or a 3rd party source?

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    Hey tricorter. Welcome to the forum. We have all the files linked - http://www.print3dforum.com/showthre...ube-File-Links

    There are a lot of link that go back to the cubify site. Sorry for the disconnects. Enjoy the full Cubify library ;]

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    Because my firmware was in 1.0 and I couldn't locate a link to get 2.0 legit, I conducted the firmware upgrade with the modified firmware.




    Do you know if the official 2.0 firmware can be loaded over the hacked firmware?


    I currently only have one cartridge in PLA and will have to purchase more, therefore I agree with you that recube is preferable in this scenario.

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    Fair enough, we have all the files linked on this forum... http://www.print3dforum.com/showthre...ube-File-Links

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    Cool new to pro duo

    Quote Originally Posted by bolsoncerrado View Post
    Step 0) Optional. Adviseable. Be sure to spend some of your new cartidges below 100%!

    Step 1) Get ready for your CubePro 2.0 by downloading the hacked firmware here

    Step 2) Follow the users guide to update your printers firmware (ie stick the USB on your printers side, choose firmware menu, update, etc)

    Step 3) Enjoy!
    So i have bought a cube pro duo and not sure where to start, i have downloaded the new firmwear but i would like to make it open source and be able to use any fillament, the open source i guess isnt too much of an issue but fillament will be, i have a re-setter to re-set cartridge chips. Any advice on whats best to do or run for this machine. have to admit, those look pretty cool, just want to see it in action now.

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    hi just wandering what software to use with it and where to download it. also those this let you use ant slicer to create gcode. I have a cube pro duo but not sure how to set it up

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    Simplify3D is the optional CubePro software for an fee. We can take the print files apart but that requires a downgrade in the software and performance. S3D avoids this.

    Review the forum a bit and find these options. They have a lot more explained than a simple answer here can do.

 

 

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