Thanks, fixed, finally!
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Thanks, I’ve updated the instructions to draw attention to the P parameter in the M956 command, with examples.
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See Mark’s reply below.
The link to the design originally came from https://forum.duet3d.com/topic/5038/
However, it looks like Autodesk may have changed how accessible shared designs are since this was posted; there's now a button you need to click to allow it to be downloadable, but you need a paid account to be able to set the shared design as downloadable, and even then I think you only get a Fusion 360 file. I’ve asked Mark Rehorst if he can share an STL or STEP file somewhere else like GrabCad or Thingiverse.
I’ve added the operating limits section to the page. The heater outputs are rated to 6A; the board as a whole has a fuse rated at 7.5A. However, you should be okay if you have ‘normal’ heaters (a 40W heater at 24V pulls 1.66A), so 4 x heaters on full would pull around 6.64A. Having 5 heaters on full may push it over the 7.5A limit. If you have larger heaters, stagger the heating up until each are running on PWM and pulling less current, before heating up the next.
It sounds like you machine is set up as cartesian rather than CoreXY. Check you have M669 K1 early in your config.g. See Configuring RepRapFirmware for CoreXY Printer
Using the M569 P parameter with the form 0.0 or 1.3 is only for Duet 3, and is a way to define drivers on CAN-connected expansion boards. The first part is the board number, where 0 is the main board, and other numbers are the CAN address of connected expansion boards, eg 1 might be a 3HC board, 121 a toolboard. The second number is the driver number on that board. So P0.0 is driver 0 on the mainboard, and P1.3 is driver 3 on the 3HC board with CAN address 1. It is also used to address pins on CAN-connected expansion boards, eg M950 F0 C"1.out3” would create fan 0 on out3 of the 3HC board with CAN address 1.
See CAN connection for more details.
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