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- Mon Aug 26, 2019 12:24 am
- Forum: Control Board
- Topic: Analog pins on GT2560 V3 (A20M printer)
- Replies: 2
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The fff profile could be "programmed" fully to your likings. Export your profile and open withh a text editor and move the settings you want saved with the materials in the material auto configure section. Then reimport in S3D and voila. Use the search function, there are tons of threads about this ...
- Sat Aug 03, 2019 5:28 am
- Forum: Discuss & Help
- Topic: How to become a geeetech reviewer?
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1600
My current thought is, this sort of purchase ( cheepy china prusa i3 kit ) is, a good starting point but you need to be willing to tinker a lot. If you want a kit that doesn't require tinkering then the higher quality kits in the $500+(us) range are probably a better choice. I am having a great time...
- Wed Jan 16, 2019 6:51 am
- Forum: Open Hardware
- Topic: Flash firmware over UART RS-232
- Replies: 2
- Views: 4687
Per the schematic, the data you send to the RS232 port merges with the OUTPUT from the M8P UART1, and goes over the radio. You'd need to review the schematic, and perhaps modify the board. I built another board with an M8P so I could talk directly to UART1, and control what happens to data in/out th...
I'm biased toward free/open source, so I refuse to use S3D. Jebba's comment cements my stance. There are quite a few free slicers out there, that show good results under different conditions. A post on SeeMeCNC's forum did a nice job of showing differences for a single model - http://forum.seemecnc....