How to upload the firmware

zhangxueyou
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How to upload the firmware

Post by zhangxueyou » Wed Apr 15, 2015 2:11 pm

Firstly, you have to download "Arduino" . Download link:
http://arduino.googlecode.com/files/ard ... indows.zip
Then unzip the file.

If your board type is sanguinololu. You have to download another file at this page:
http://www.geeetech.com/wiki/images/a/a ... 0101r1.zip
This is the board type of Sanguinololu, without it , you can not find Sanguinololu's board type in Arduino IDE(arduino.exe)
Unzip the file, then access the unzipped folder, you will see a folder named "sanguino". Move the folder "sanguino" to: arduino-1.0.1-windows\arduino-1.0.1\hardware
Then open "arduino.exe" in Arduino, and upload the firmware following this page:
http://www.geeetech.com/wiki/index.php/ ... le_Burning (For Sanguinololu)
http://www.geeetech.com/wiki/index.php/ ... le_Burning (For Ramps1.4+Mega 2560 , GT2560)

For people whose board type is Ramps+Mega 2560, if it is your first time to connect your mainboard to computer, you have to install the driver for Arduino Mega 2560,the driver is at: arduino-1.0.1-windows\arduino-1.0.1\drivers
more instruction at :

http://www.geeetech.com/wiki/index.php/ ... he_drivers

For the firmware, download it here:
http://www.geeetech.com/forum/viewtopic ... 20&t=17046

Thanks!

joellog
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Re: How to upload the firmware

Post by joellog » Tue Apr 21, 2015 7:33 pm

Good Morning, I need the firmware that came with the printer from amazon. It is the ramps 1.4 with the LCD display.
I found the B version and have that uploaded. I am having stops issues. I would like to know what was originally sent loaded to compare to learn and help others.


Thank You

zhangxueyou
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Re: How to upload the firmware

Post by zhangxueyou » Wed Apr 22, 2015 9:56 am

joellog wrote:Good Morning, I need the firmware that came with the printer from amazon. It is the ramps 1.4 with the LCD display.
I found the B version and have that uploaded. I am having stops issues. I would like to know what was originally sent loaded to compare to learn and help others.


Thank You
Hi,joellog
Firstly, you have to confirm whether the endstops are connected correctly.
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If you want the firmware ,please leave your email address, after we send you the firmware, we will delete your email address in your post.

joellog
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Re: How to upload the firmware

Post by joellog » Wed Apr 22, 2015 8:02 pm

Good morning,

First confusion. Left to right should be X Y Z?
blue wire x extruder assy
Red wire Y plate assy
Black Z vertical axis
PDF for ramps is wrong pic btw shows connector side to side

I have firmware for i3b I found here working. Trying to adjust extruder height and speed now.
When using repeater there were no EEPROM setting showing so I wanted configuration file.
Ramps on site doesn't seem to be configured for display.
Please email me firmware to joellog@aol.com for comparison.

Thank You for your help

zhangxueyou
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Re: How to upload the firmware

Post by zhangxueyou » Thu Apr 23, 2015 11:09 am

joellog wrote:Good morning,

First confusion. Left to right should be X Y Z?
blue wire x extruder assy
Red wire Y plate assy
Black Z vertical axis
PDF for ramps is wrong pic btw shows connector side to side

I have firmware for i3b I found here working. Trying to adjust extruder height and speed now.
When using repeater there were no EEPROM setting showing so I wanted configuration file.
Ramps on site doesn't seem to be configured for display.
Please email me firmware to joellog@aol.com for comparison.

Thank You for your help
3D printer is a DIY product. Not all the firmwares are the same. We have our own settings according to our design. So the firmware you download from internet is not necessarily exactly correct.
Please check your email.
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Bright Idea
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Re: How to upload the firmware

Post by Bright Idea » Mon May 18, 2015 4:44 pm

Hi

I've done all the steps as you posted but struggling with compiling the files in arduino. I've selected the board type as Arduino ATmega 1284p but it keeps coming up with an error that tells to select Arduno Mega for the board type and it actually compiles if i change the board type to Arduino Mega(my controller is ATmega 1284p). So i was wondering if you could help me solving this problem please.
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zhangxueyou
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Re: How to upload the firmware

Post by zhangxueyou » Mon May 18, 2015 4:59 pm

Bright Idea wrote:Hi

I've done all the steps as you posted but struggling with compiling the files in arduino. I've selected the board type as Arduino ATmega 1284p but it keeps coming up with an error that tells to select Arduno Mega for the board type and it actually compiles if i change the board type to Arduino Mega(my controller is ATmega 1284p). So i was wondering if you could help me solving this problem please.
Are you sure your mainboard type is Sanguinololu?

Bright Idea
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Re: How to upload the firmware

Post by Bright Idea » Mon May 18, 2015 8:41 pm

Is it not?
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zhangxueyou
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Re: How to upload the firmware

Post by zhangxueyou » Tue May 19, 2015 9:13 am

Bright Idea wrote:Is it not?
Did you lose some files when dragging the file into arduino? 59 files in all.

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Re: How to upload the firmware

Post by Bright Idea » Wed May 20, 2015 9:05 am

A message saying "example_configurations cannot be added to the sketch" pops up as I drag the whole files into arduino. Except the code files in "example_configurations" folder which are four, I have 57 cpp and header files only under Marlin folder and I'm not sure if all the files are correctly loaded because arduino only displays 48 files maximum.
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