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.
RepRapFirmware allows for full circles when radius is not used, as per NIST guidelines (see https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_... section 3.5.3), and as stated in the description above: “To draw a complete circle, define the position of the centre using I and/or J and make X and Y the same as the current X and Y coordinates.“
Your example would not work, and you would get an error; “Error: G2/G3: distance between start and end points must not be zero when specifying a radius“, as the centre point of the circle would be undefined, because it could be anywhere on the circle 200mm from the start/end point, unless assumptions are made about which direction to start the move. G2 X100 Y50 I200 does work, putting the centre of the circle at X300 Y50.
For any further support, please use the forum https://forum.duet3d.com/
Try reading to the end of the guide! Step 12 explains how to set the network to startup each time.
Use M119 or install the Endstop plugin https://github.com/Duet3D/DSF-Plugins/re...
The PanelDue SD card only works with the ribbon cable plugged in; it doesn’t work with the 4-wire cable. See the PanelDue documentation.
For further support, please use the forum: https://forum.duet3d.com/
Post your M122 response and config.g on the forum for a quicker and more accurate response.
If you used the configuration tool, on the ‘General’ tab there is an option for Firmware Version, where you can select ‘2.03 to 2.05’. See https://configtool.reprapfirmware.org/Ge...
Otherwise please use the forum for support: https://forum.duet3d.com/
Yes. You should be able to flash the firmware over either connection.
Thanks, finally added! But use straight quote marks, not curly quotes.
No, that will short circuit the resistor. Just solder the jumper as described in the instructions above Duet 3 Tool Board
See schematic for the effect of doing this, marked as JP3 in CAN Transceiver section: https://github.com/Duet3D/Duet3-Toolboar...
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