Yes, but in the described steps we turn off the motors, manually position the print head to the center, and then send a command that forces the printer to be homed. So no need for the M564, but that is another valid way to do it.
Better to ask on the forums.
Yes it looks like it’s working for me.
Please start a thread on the forum. Include your config.g and homing files.
The values given earlier should be close to the stock Ender 3 Marlin values, adjusted for common RepRap values. The ones shown in the screenshot are not relevant in any way.
Yes it does, just plug it into the PanelDue port just like you would with the Duet Wifi
Fixed it. Thanks.
The thermistor values are based on the recommendations from this thread: https://forum.duet3d.com/topic/9464/m305...
And In fact, they aren’t far off from the values you posted. T100000 versus T98801 B4138 versus B4185. However R4700 is for the Duet Wifi, the Duet Maestro is R2200. Connecting thermistors or PT1000 temperature sensors
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