This is going to be a, hopefully, complete tutorial on configuring Motion Control on 3D printers build on Ramps 1.4 using Marlin firmware. For the sake of precision, this now has been exposed as a user setting in Configuration.h and deactivated by default. If you're just moving around and hit one, that will do nothing. The X an Y axis are belt driven pretty much like on a Ultimaker 3D printer, whereas the Z axis is leadscrew driven. Anyway, I installed the MPCNC marlin software for the dual endstops, and tinkered it a bit because I’m only using 1 XX axis. Vielen Dank für Eure Hilfe Dieter PS Mega, Ramps On Thursday, November 7, 2013 11:15:08 PM UTC+1, Jay Couture wrote: More specifically in Marlin_main.cpp in function By default the settings are OK for mechanical endstops. Use the M206 G-code command in Marlin, Sprinter, Smoothie, or RepRap Firmware to offset the 0,0,0 coordinate of your printbed relative to the endstops. - Marlin 1.1.9 firmware. Additionally Marlin needs to know how high the printer can print too. X-min; X-max; Y-min; Y-max; Z-min (which is sometimes used as the Z-probe) Z max Use this command to get the current state of all endstops, useful for setup and troubleshooting. In Marlin 2 there is a section for a software minimum end stop. What ive found so far: Physical endstop is triggered in the max when moving bed up to endstop, this is … Marlin also has support for software endstops. Sélectionnez le bon type de carte mère: Arduino Mega 2560. #define min_software_endstops false #define max_software_endstops false. To disable software end-stops, find the above lines of code in Marlin Firmware Configuration.h file and set each line to false as shown. Some TMC stepper drivers can detect when they bump into something that causes them to stop moving. edit: The code formatting appears to be broken. Marlin is one of the more popular firmwares available. I've been trying to fix an issue with my Y homing function for quite some time. I guess the next test is to invert the homing direction for the X steppers to see if the endstops are not disabled during homing as that would confirm that I need to dismantle and reassemble to build the machine to the firmware’s limits. M211: Software Endstops M217: Filament swap parameters M218: Set Hotend Offset M220: Set Feedrate Percentage M221: Set Flow Percentage M226: Wait for Pin State M240: Trigger Camera M250: LCD Contrast M260: I2C Send M261: I2C Request M280: Servo Position M281: Edit Servo Angles M290: Babystep M300: Play Tone M301: Set Hotend PID M302: Cold Extrude Using Marlin for Machines other than 3D Printers. Is the logic for the endstops contingent upon the stepper direction? So search for and adjust Z_MAX_POS. ... (MIN_SOFTWARE_ENDSTOPS) #define MIN_SOFTWARE_ENDSTOP_X #define MIN_SOFTWARE_ENDSTOP_Y //#define MIN_SOFTWARE_ENDSTOP_Z #endif. I have never tried to home to max, I am not sure the firmware has been tested for that. Endstops are reported as either “open” or “TRIGGERED”. I have no idea where to even begin. and got a header error during the upload. Problems with M666 (Marlin software endstops) Brandon H: 11/6/13 11:32 PM: For awhile I had been using screw-adjusted endstops, which were great until one of the screws' thread stripped. I feel this is huge for the MPCNC and any other dual drive machine, on both X and Y axis or even just one dual drive axis. Now Marlin needs to know how high the printer can print too. Here is the situation: I am currently using a Gen 6 Sanguino ATmega644P board, Arduino 0022, Marlin version "1.0.0 Beta 1". Configuration_adv.h. Again Anet A8 is 240, Creality Ender 3 Pro is 250. So I would start by unplugging the other 3 endstops (z bottom, X right, Y rear). Firmware is the program or software “embedded/burned” into the electronics board, this is what translates the gcode into motion in the stepper motors. For instance lets say the height for the Z-Axis is 0mm, it would stop at 0mm and not go any lower. Then, if the endstops show as triggered all the time, your endstops are probably not 3.3V compatible and you need to modify them - see Connecting endstop switches. Which it rarely does. The unused extruder driver/s are used for the extra stepper/s. https://www.instructables.com/id/Configuring-Endstops-on-Ramps-14-with-Marlin-firmw/. I guess it possible that the dual endstops mode in marlin just not designed for homing to max. So I got down to work for Configure BLTouch with BabyStepping in the last Marlin available today and satiate my curiosity.. (#define min_software_endstops = false) will allow me to home, however, you lose the use of the soft-stop to prevent accidental ramming of the carriage pass home and displace the home switch. Das passiert auch, wenn ich die Vorzeichen ändere. I use pronterface to do all my testing. // Travel limits after homing #define X_MAX_POS 170 #define X_MIN_POS 0 #define Y_MAX_POS 170 ... Marlin "Mein Endstop Problem" 05. Brought to you with lack of and lots of . I’ll update in about 5-10 minutes. Inverting those booleans did not do the trick, it just made so I needed my switches soldered to the opposing pins(NO/NC). In Marlin 1.1.0 and up, the software endstops are adjusted to preserve the physical movement limits. Démarrez l’application Arduino. A software endstop tells the machine that it should not attempt to travel beyond a limit defined in software. I assumed a user made the V1 cut for you, but if you did that heavy lifting, I commend you even more so now. – Set your X homing direction so it homes to max. MPCNC Marlin config. Und da es optische Endstops sind habe ich invertieren auf false gesetzt. Moreover I would like to use the auto bed leveling feature in the Marlin … December 2014 05:46 The function can detect all types of Endstop that Marlin can be configured. Thus you could use G92 to set the middle of the bed to 0,0 and then run .gcode that was sliced for a Deltabot. Marlin also has support for software endstops. The state of the Z probe and filament runout sensors are also reported with this command. I had to cycle the machine off and on and it turned on like normal but I had to restart the print. – Set the X2 endstop to the pin of Zmax The workaround we did for the Low Rider was to use ZMax for Z1 and YMax for Z2. Anyway, I installed the MPCNC marlin software for the dual endstops, and tinkered it a bit because I’m only using 1 XX axis. The reprap.org wiki page says: The values specified are added to the endstop position when the axes are referenced. Introducción. This is Marlin 1.1.9 Firmware for Geeetech A10M printers with mixing extruder. I usually use optical infrared sensors for my printers, but I wanted to try the BLTouch sensors since none had fallen yet by my hands. When you command it to move in the positive direction, does it move toward the endstops? Ender 3 Pro/Bigtreetech Mini E3 V2.0/Micro Swiss Direct Drive + All Metal Hotend/Marlin 2.0.7.2./Cura 4.8.0. First off, the endstops are completely ignored by Marlin except during the homing process. Don’t go beyond the maximum limit. #define max_software_endstops true // If true, axis won't move to coordinates greater than the defined lengths below. It was too long and repetitive but it in short it suggested that there is a header error in every sketch in Documents/Arduino which lead me to believe that ZMAX is not defined or it is being used by other variables. Use this command to set the bump sensitivity for the X, Y, and Z stepper drivers. Is that in pins.h Do you recall the pin# by chance? The function M119 uses and interprets the response. Ich hab bei meinem Eigenbau2 (Marlin, MKS Rumba, 2. Configure Marlin Open the Configuration.h file/sketch/tab and scroll Down to the @section homing - around line 330 or so. Software filtering Beginning with Marlin v1.1.9 and v2.0 the software measures against endstop noise are improved and exposed as a setting. Make sure the coordinates follow the right hand rule. Das Problem ist das sich die Achse beim Homen nur ein paar mm in die falsche Richtung bewegt. From a clean fir So if it was previously saying “TRIGGERED” when you push it, it will now say “OPEN” only when you push it. You simply "invert" the triggered endstops in firmware. If push comes to shove and I am left with absolutely no other option than to completely disassemble the machine then reassemble it to suit the firmware I will, but for now I want to focus on a solution in the firmware if possible. Endstops are reported as either “open” or “TRIGGERED”. In every step/combination, all other relevant configuration defines are shown for clarity. Marlin The boards sold here are using the Marlin Firmware, only minor changes needed to run any machine. Set your X homing direction so it homes to max. With software endstops enabled, moves will be clipped to the physical boundaries from … The required ... * If your firmware isn’t setup to allow negative z movement (#define min_software_endstops false) you will need to measure/estimate the negative value to enter with the M851 command. Not having Delta, or CoreXY printers included. I just tried changing Here we can tell the firmware what the limits are of the travel zones. Ender 3 Pro/Bigtreetech Mini E3 V2.0/Micro Swiss Direct Drive + All Metal Hotend/Marlin 2.0.7.2./Cura 4.8.0. To get all 3 endstops to trigger at the same time implies a bad PCB or bad Arduino. In der Firmware hab ich Dual Endstops an Z-max aktiviert und Z-max plug definiert. X max is the direction the machine happened to be after I assembled to best work for me in the limited physical space I have for the machine. So last week I had an 8-hour print pause on me halfway through. Normally open means the switch closes the circuit when triggered, and in Marlin this seems to be the default in Configuration.h. Hallo Könnte mir jemand den Gefallen tun und seine configuration.h einstellen. I posted to the Facebook group a screen shot of the M119 and a video of the X pushing right through my endstops. This is going to be a, hopefully, complete tutorial on configuring Motion Control on 3D printers build on Ramps 1.4 using Marlin firmware. This is where I keep my current MPCNC config in case I have to reflash it: Single endstops software enabled (G53 Xpos Ypos only) – Marlin_software_endstops_enabled+G54fix.zip Single endstops software disabled – Marlin_software_endstops_disabled.zip It is now time to plot the obligatory MPCNC crown test pattern … It was 700+ lines of code that got edited just to add X and Y dual for each version of the firmware we edited, Marlin is very “spread out”. Description. I had to cycle the machine off and on and it turned on like normal but I had to restart the print. The drivers can act as endstops allowing you to simplify wiring. Enable EEPROM Suport It was probably a check in sanity checks. The CNC_COORDINATE_SYSTEMS option enables use of G92.1 to reset the selected workspace to native machine space. #define Z_MAX_POS 250. Make sure you do not have 2 // in front of #define ENDSTOPPULLUPS. It is useful to adapt it to other applications so that the toolchain for constructing new civilizations is Degenerate. Furthermore within Marlin 2 there is a section for software minimum end stops. Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled. Visual status Endstop. Marlin also supports setting the driver current by using software commands, negating the need for adjusting trimpots. Problems with M666 (Marlin software endstops) Showing 1-21 of 21 messages. Yes Jeff B, I read that part but w/o knowing which variables you’re referring to, I need at least a few hours searching terminology, then testing edits. – Connect the X1 endstop to Xmax on the board. A software endstop tells the machine that it should not attempt to travel beyond a limit defined in software. Les développeurs qui ont conçu le firmware marlin (Erik van der Zalm) ont veillé à placer toutes les variables de configuration dans un seul fichier et ce qui simplifiera notre tâche. In the initial configuration Marlin allows moving the axis only to positiv positions. In Marlin 2 there is a section for a software minimum end stop. Both writing and styrofoam machining went great, … The lefthand side of Pronterface has a square/circle section with arrows indicating X and Y movement. So search for and adjust Z_MAX_POS. using M119 Reporting endstop status x_max: open y_max: open z_max: open z_probe: TRIGGERED My config. When sending the M119 from “Gcode Printr” on my Android phone, I noticed the naming convention of the endstops seemed peculiar where the Y’s are named (y_min & y2_min), yet for the X endstops, they are named (x_min & x2_max). MPCNC Marlin config. Open the new Marlin/Configuration_adv.h file in your chosen text editor.. You can home to Xmax (although I don’t know of anyone here that has), but it will be some work, and you’re crossing a new frontier. Try to move the printhead using the arrows in either the X direction or the Y direction. FYI, I found this line in your config and am uploading now with X min and max booleans inverted in hopes this does the trick. #define X_MIN_ENDSTOP_INVERTING true // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop. If the endstops are reporting accurately, you can move on to the next step. Similarly, Trinamic’s Sensorless Homing only sends a short pulse, so for these “TRIGGERED” is unusual. Did you read this part? Marlin has software endstops so you only need 3 endstops (not 6). Marlin The boards sold here are using the Marlin Firmware, only minor changes needed to run any machine. The circuitry is incredibly simple - just wiring right into the arduino: This should be the fix. I’ve successfully tested every possible combination of M119. Description. Software Endstops. MPCNC part 6. BLTouch auto bed levelling sensor setup As promised in my last Instructables Configuring Endstops on Ramps 1.4 with Marlin firmware - @section homing the time has now come to make a follow up. Prior versions already implemented filtering that is permanently active. https://www.facebook.com/groups/MPCNC/?multi_permalinks=2532285773534283¬if_id=1561053235364447¬if_t=feedback_reaction_generic. This time about Motion Configuration.. Also notice that stepper.cpp considers only top endtops when moving up, and only bottom endstops when moving down. I’m just curious because I can’t think of a good reason to do that. #define X2_USE_ENDSTOP XMAX. Printer area. #define min_software_endstops true. So now I need to use software endstops. Recently a colleague sent me a BLTouch / 3DTouch sensor from the Geeetech brand. Optionally enable/disable software endstops, then report the current state. Marlin currently has to have at least one extruder defined, this extruder causes us an issue has we need the driver it is assigned to. Baby stepping allows the nozzle to move a tiny amount without changing the recorded coordinates for the hot-end. All boards have and E0 driver (some call it something different), and dual firmware capable boards also have an E1 driver, beyond that most boards have breakout pins for more external drivers. Examples CNC Torch Table. I prefer to use NC switches that open the circuit when triggered, so I need to invert the logic in Configuration.h for my NC-wired microswitch endstops. The travel distance is not calibrated yet and the practical distance will be different than the calculated distance. You can influence how the driver manages motor current as well as the manner of current delivery. Not in pins.h, in the CONFIGURATION_adv.h. Jeff B, you mentioned switching my Xmax endstop in firmware to Zmax. With homing the printhead and bed move to the endstops and the firmware starts from there with 0/0/0. Can you direct me where to look in the library to investigate? Ouvrez le fichier pins.h qui se trouve dans le dossier marlin. // @section machine // Travel limits after homing (units are in mm) #define X_MIN_POS 0 #define Y_MIN_POS 0 #define Z_MIN_POS -2 My first RepRap, a Prusa with Gen6 controller running the same software, works perfectly with no homing issues, and retains the use of the Min soft-stop. We’ve had this problem homing to ZMax on the low rider. I am going to use Pronterface/Printrun host program to connect to my printer and issue Terminal commands ().That sounded very hairy, but it is just a simple program with a graphical interface. We'll show you how to updade the firmware to the latest version of Marlin with manual LCD mesh bed leveling. It would stop at 0mm and not go any lower. I’m sure everyone can agree that my best remedy is to make a code adjustment as opposed taking the machine apart. Configuring Endstops on Ramps 1.4 with Marlin firmware - @section homing. Secondly, posting your config someplace like derglow says might be helpful for specific advice about endstop behavior while homing. Reverting the Homing Direction BACK to X Min solved the issue with the endstops not triggering and I realize I can leave the machine as is and just build a double length wire harness to locate the switch catty corner from the RAMPS, but I’d still like to home to Xmax (if possible) as I have some wiring for Z stepper etc hanging behind the carriage which could potentially become a snag hazard so I will keep screwing around in the firmware to see if I can figure it out. I would say make sure Min works and if you still need to use max for some reason It might be a config setting you missed or possible a firmware issue. The BLTOUCH probe only sends a brief pulse, so “TRIGGERED” indicates the probe is in error state. 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