Firmware for geeetech 3D printers

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Re: Firmware for geeetech 3D printers

Post by formmanufaktur » Wed Sep 07, 2016 11:00 pm

I would like to use the Prusa I3 M201 with DUAL HEAD, not with MIXED. Could you please add a modified 1.0.5 Firmware for download? Thanks in advance!

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Re: Firmware for geeetech 3D printers

Post by William » Thu Sep 08, 2016 8:51 am

formmanufaktur wrote:I would like to use the Prusa I3 M201 with DUAL HEAD, not with MIXED. Could you please add a modified 1.0.5 Firmware for download? Thanks in advance!
Hi,you may want to read this:
http://www.geeetech.com/forum/viewtopic ... 965#p30965
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Re: Firmware for geeetech 3D printers

Post by JohnDeere630 » Sat Oct 01, 2016 8:17 am

Hello,
I just bought and put together a prusa i3 aluminum, and am having the reversed x and y stepper motor problem. I downloaded and changed the relevant firmware file, and using win7 and arduino version 1.0.1 as recommended absolutely cannot upload the firmware. It seems to be a usb connection problem; if this issue has been addressed prior, please refer me to the link. I read through a bunch of pages here until my eyes burned, and didn't see it. Thanks.

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Re: Firmware for geeetech 3D printers

Post by Fear-Capone » Tue Oct 04, 2016 7:16 pm

Hi, i have a prusa i3 pro b and the firmware from the 1. Posting.
I have no z offset Menu under Control - Motion.
Is that normal? I want so set the offset online by printer for my Auto bedleveling Sensor.

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Re: Firmware for geeetech 3D printers

Post by ggg666 » Wed Oct 05, 2016 11:24 am

Fear-Capone wrote:Hi, i have a prusa i3 pro b and the firmware from the 1. Posting.
I have no z offset Menu under Control - Motion.
Is that normal? I want so set the offset online by printer for my Auto bedleveling Sensor.
You can try flashing the firmware again,it should exist cuz i find the setting "Z offset" on I3-x...
Or you can modify it in the firmware,though unconvenient.

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Re: Firmware for geeetech 3D printers

Post by ggg666 » Wed Oct 05, 2016 11:30 am

JohnDeere630 wrote:Hello,
I just bought and put together a prusa i3 aluminum, and am having the reversed x and y stepper motor problem. I downloaded and changed the relevant firmware file, and using win7 and arduino version 1.0.1 as recommended absolutely cannot upload the firmware. It seems to be a usb connection problem; if this issue has been addressed prior, please refer me to the link. I read through a bunch of pages here until my eyes burned, and didn't see it. Thanks.
I guess the firmware can be compiled successfully,but can't be uploaded?Right?You can attach a picture about the error.
Did you select the right COM port or was the board detected successfully by your computer?You can open your device manager to have a look:
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Re: Firmware for geeetech 3D printers

Post by Fear-Capone » Wed Oct 05, 2016 5:12 pm

ggg666 wrote: You can try flashing the firmware again,it should exist cuz i find the setting "Z offset" on I3-x...
Or you can modify it in the firmware,though unconvenient.
I have flash it many Times, no z offset Menu there.
It's fine that i can modify it, i don't know where ich can activate this Option

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Re: Firmware for geeetech 3D printers

Post by JohnDeere630 » Thu Oct 06, 2016 3:07 am

JohnDeere630 wrote:
Hello,
I just bought and put together a prusa i3 aluminum, and am having the reversed x and y stepper motor problem. I downloaded and changed the relevant firmware file, and using win7 and arduino version 1.0.1 as recommended absolutely cannot upload the firmware. It seems to be a usb connection problem; if this issue has been addressed prior, please refer me to the link. I read through a bunch of pages here until my eyes burned, and didn't see it. Thanks.
I guess the firmware can be compiled successfully,but can't be uploaded?Right?You can attach a picture about the error.
Did you select the right COM port or was the board detected successfully by your computer?You can open your device manager to have a look:
06.jpg
You are right, Arduino version 1.0.1 compiled it without a problem, and I did have the appropriate COM port selected (It was the only choice anyway). The program says it's uploading, then after a few minutes gives a timeout error. I don't remember the exact wording, but research indicated a connection issue. The board seems to get detected correctly. I have programmed arduinos before, so am familiar with the process. I did solve the reversed stepper problem by rewiring the steppers directly, but would still like to get the firmware issue solved.

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Re: Firmware for geeetech 3D printers

Post by William » Thu Oct 06, 2016 11:56 am

I saw this before,but you're using 1.0.1 now...Maybe you can try other versions?
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-Keep your mind and try to test it. :)
-Everything will be fun!-Support all Getech printer.
-You can ask me the questions and I will kindly reply.
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Re: Firmware for geeetech 3D printers

Post by Anomata » Tue Oct 11, 2016 8:03 pm

Hi,
I have bought a Rostock 301, built it and checked the version on the display. It stated 1.1.0 A. Is it the 1.0.0.1 firmware available for download or is it something else? Alpha? Totally unrelated?
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