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    Definetly Octopi is the way to go.

    WHy dont you just upload "locally" to the Raspi SD card??

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    That's what I did. But I wanted as well to find a way to "print from sd".

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    Print from SD.... managed from where? Computer?

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    Is it working?

    Man what a pita.....remember how I invested in a different printer? It has printed for more than 2300 hours now and I got it mid february.....hopefully you can get it sorted

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    2300 hours! Not bad! Which brand/model was this?

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    Ultimaker 2 regular version

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    I just got one of the new Rapide Lite 200XL and I it is impossible to have a reliable connection with any host computer/software/cables combination.

    I have tried the following:

    Repetier Host (windows and mac os), Simplify 3D 3.0.2 (which has a profile for the Rapide), Cura, MatterControl, Pronterface. All of them have the same issue: After a few commands are executed correctly, others seem to get "prefixed" and they take about 10-30 seconds to execute:

    SENT: G1 Y1.000 F1800
    SENT: G90 => sent
    SENT: M105
    SENT: G91
    RECEIVED: //````G90 => prefixed with //````
    RECEIVED: M105
    RECEIVED: G91
    RECEIVED:
    RECEIVED: //````M105
    RECEIVED: G91
    RECEIVED:
    RECEIVED: ok T:23 /0 B:24 /0 @:0 B@:0
    RECEIVED: //````G91
    RECEIVED:
    RECEIVED: ok
    RECEIVED: ok


    So it's impossible to print or do anything else. Do you know what kind of firmware the new 200XL machines use? They supposedly come with an ARM processor (Indiegogo campaign) but I am not sure. With Marlin firmware you can get the EEPROM params for the baud rate and other settings with M501 but that doesn't seem to work here.

    The only software that works is 3dprinter OS, but I really don't like it!. I haven't tried Octopi yet but that seems to be the other alternative.

    Thanks for any other tips you can provide about this!

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    I've never found Repetier to be reliable enough. My vote is for OctoPrint all the way. Much better if you can run it from the Pi 2.

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    ATmega16U2 Firmware?

    Hello,

    Can anyone send me a copy of the Firmware (.hex file) for the ATmega16U2 that goes on the Rapide Light 200?
    I have been attempting to fix a USB issue and overwrite the original firmware to something that still does not work.

    Thank you
    Val

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    You can download it from the official rumba wiki, but you need to put the Rapide board in DFU mode, which is impossible, so dead end, my friend.

 

 

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