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  1. #91
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    Have you looked through the BFB library from the 3DS driver?

    The Z-moves are part of a de-string operations. Usually seen when moving between two different objects.
    Same with that little dance at the end, it is not programmed into the g-code part of the .cube3 file.

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    Hi Guys,

    I don't support there's any clues as to the acceleration and jerk settings in the GCODE is sthere?

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    Below is a unique list (sorted) of commands in the tommy.cube3 file.
    There are speed settings that do take over at portions of the prints.
    It equally changes the feed setting in relation for the following G1 commands.
    Not sure what Jerk means in your context but that may be what I am seeing when the tray does a z-move to move to some locations or other components.
    This seems to be in firmware because I cannot see it in the BFB by presenting a lower z-value move.
    The only oddball is "Vector" which has "Tnn" parameter values.
    If you are referring to jerk as in filament withdraw, I haven't seen it in code yet but it could be there.

    It has been suggested that further encoded process data at the bottom of the file does something about maintaining the print.
    I suggest this entire binary section is dedicated to a Process Progression Image on the control panel and the Cube 3 app display.
    I do have reasons for suggesting this.

    Typical routines:

    G1 X0.218 Y-1.515 Z3.9075 F1800.0
    G1 X0.191 Y-1.725 Z3.9075 F1800.0
    M103
    G1 X-0.318 Y-1.750 Z3.9075 F8000.0
    M108 S22.5 <<== speed setting
    M101
    G1 X-0.270 Y-2.102 Z3.9075 F1800.0
    G1 X-0.155 Y-2.430 Z3.9075 F1800.0
    <snip>
    G1 X0.045 Y-0.770 Z3.9075 F1800.0
    G1 X-0.155 Y-1.070 Z3.9075 F1800.0
    G1 X-0.270 Y-1.397 Z3.9075 F1800.0

    G1 X-0.311 Y-1.700 Z3.9075 F1800.0
    M103
    ^LayerTime: 3.9075 7.844 163.126 <<== interval interrupt
    M106 P100
    #Vector T22

    G1 X-1.433 Y-2.065 Z4.1000 F8000.0
    M108 S22.5
    M101
    G1 X-1.938 Y-2.045 Z4.1000 F1800.0
    G1 X-1.945 Y-1.780 Z4.1000 F1800.0
    G1 X-1.938 Y-1.530 Z4.1000 F1800.0
    G1 X-1.898 Y-1.112 Z4.1000 F1800.0


    Unique list of commands: tommy.cube3 > cube_decoder.exe
    #Vector
    ^ConfigAndConfiguration:X562-X560
    ^Density:Strong
    ^DRM:000000000000
    ^Firmware:V1.14B
    ^InitComplete
    ^LayerCount:
    ^LayerHeight:0.1925
    ^LayerTime:
    ^MaterialCodeE1:86
    ^MaterialCodeE2:-1
    ^MaterialCodeE3:-1
    ^MaterialLengthE1:
    ^MaterialLengthE2:
    ^MaterialLengthE3:
    ^Minfirmware:V1.14B
    ^ModelHeight:
    ^Patterniamond
    ^PrinterModel:CUBE3
    ^Raft:-1
    ^Sidewalks:-1
    ^Supports:-1
    ^Time:23
    ^Version:1549
    ^XSize:47.9966
    ^YSize:47.9983
    G1
    G4
    M101
    M103
    M104
    M106
    M107
    M108
    M204
    M227
    M228
    M231
    M232
    M233
    M240
    M542
    M543
    M551
    M552
    M561
    M601

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyDee View Post
    Have you looked through the BFB library from the 3DS driver?
    I have not. In fact, I don't know how to do this!
    Does "3DS driver" refer to a piece of the Windows 10 3D print program I've seen mentioned, somewhere around here?
    If so, I'm stuck -- I don't have a Win10 machine...

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    Yep, you need help to get unstuck. I do have the set somewhere - just sec -

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0By...jltY0VpOEpkWUk
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0By...3lGWHdCSFJ1eXc
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0By...mRrUENLWUJ1cDg
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0By...zg0WlBFdndXams

    These are the various driver files I've gathered.
    A lot of development info but the drivers are there somewhere.
    The SDK link (last) is probably a good place to begin with data mining.


    I have to find the info I gleaned out of the BFB Library.
    It should contain a transportable list of operations, but not the actual G-codes.
    Basically, it is the card file indexed on a mystery description field.
    The way I use them is to locate what is missing rather than what is there.

    Let me know when you've gathered a basic understanding of what's there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyDee View Post
    Not sure what Jerk means in your context but that may be what I am seeing when the tray does a z-move to move to some locations or other components.
    Hi Tommy,

    Thanks for that.

    What's happening is I am experiencing Ringing / Ghosting - https://rigid.ink/pages/ultimate-tro...ing-ringing-31

    And most people seem to suggest editing your speed, or sometimes the Firmware Acceleration. I've seen that some people seem to be able to edit it in the starting script GCODE so was seeing if we are able to do the same on a CubePro.

    Unless anyone knows other ways to remove ringing?

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    Seems something is not moving very smoothly in your printer.
    That is not something I've seen in a Cube 3 print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyDee View Post
    Seems something is not moving very smoothly in your printer.
    That is not something I've seen in a Cube 3 print.
    Sadly the CubePro has ALWAYS vibrated itself stupid, when using its own software and filament. Always sounded like it was going to shake itself off the table! But I've never noticed this effect before.

    Though, maybe I've never printed anything big enough, with smooth edge and sharp corners before!

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    Can you post a picture of the effect?

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    I dug this g-code list up using the internet archive in the bitsfrombytes.com forums.

    It covers most of what people have found but there are some codes and better descriptions. This was pretty early in the BFB history so not all seem to work because I have been trying them over the weekend, for example M542 won't do a wipe.

    There are threads where it appears the firmware developer was talking with someone making the slicer and they where inventing these special M codes but most seems to early in the development.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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