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    The heavy aluminium piece that spans the base and that the x-wing is fixed to.
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    @Millstream to the rescue!

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    OH LOL! Gotcha now

    There are some limits tho, the wiring from the Z motors being one...

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    With my setup I had to push the frame back too it's quite normal i think

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    Cool. Could you please let me know which Marlin firmware are you using for the E3D and attach it here if possible?

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    Thnks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolsoncerrado View Post
    Cool. Could you please let me know which Marlin firmware are you using for the E3D and attach it here if possible?

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    Thnks!
    here you have my firmware: RCBugFix7

    Keep in mind it's configured with belt extruder, so extruder motor its inverted as a normal direct drive, and I have the induction sensor too, so take a look at endstops for you config

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    I finally cloned the Marlin from the site, so i guess im using RC7 plain and simple.

    So after flashing the new firmware only ONE step motor from Z is moving even if I didnt touch any wires from the motors (just changed extruder).

    Its weird bc #define Z_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS is already enabled on config_adv.h

    Any other tips?
    Everything else seems to work (heaters, sensors, XY motors,....)


    EDIT: Found it! Forgot to change the pins.h file with the Z2 pins!!

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    BTW @Gort, your PID settings:

    #define DEFAULT_Kp 55.30
    #define DEFAULT_Ki 9.38
    #define DEFAULT_Kd 81.54

    are for the E3Dv6 right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolsoncerrado View Post
    BTW @Gort, your PID settings:

    #define DEFAULT_Kp 55.30
    #define DEFAULT_Ki 9.38
    #define DEFAULT_Kd 81.54

    are for the E3Dv6 right?
    Yes but keep in mind that depends also on the printer surface, so it's better you start your own pid autotune process and change the values.

    And also bed values are for my silicone heater too so just rune M303 E0 and M303 E-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolsoncerrado View Post
    I finally cloned the Marlin from the site, so i guess im using RC7 plain and simple.

    So after flashing the new firmware only ONE step motor from Z is moving even if I didnt touch any wires from the motors (just changed extruder).

    Its weird bc #define Z_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS is already enabled on config_adv.h

    Any other tips?
    Everything else seems to work (heaters, sensors, XY motors,....)


    EDIT: Found it! Forgot to change the pins.h file with the Z2 pins!!
    I got the same problem too in a earlier topic, solved coping pins.h from old firmware too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gort View Post
    Yes but keep in mind that depends also on the printer surface, so it's better you start your own pid autotune process and change the values.

    And also bed values are for my silicone heater too so just rune M303 E0 and M303 E-1

    Yep on the first print run I notriced the thermistor heater was like a rollercoaster....

 

 

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