Cheers happy holidays to all !
In this image the rear tension blocks I have printed were not alter nor used with support.
But did some reason my belt will not go through sadly ; will there be any techniques or better ways of getting over this issue that I’m having?
Please let me know if you have received this message thanks !
Also I’ve tried this & looked @ all 6 seperate prints is there any alternative? This is the only thing holding back my setup @ the moment & it really stinks
They should work fine. Cutting the belt at 45 degrees should help.
Are they close? It is probably a problem with your printer. Did you print them in the correct orientation? Are you over extruding? Post a pic of your parts and maybe we can help you with your printer
Can you fit a strip of sand paper in there? You don’t want to weaken them. But just taking off some roughness might help.
I’ll try the sand paper trick
If printing what should my printing speeds look like; what’s the most important setting tune?
Speed is very dependent on your printer. But printing slower fixes a lot of potential problems.
It would help if you posted a picture. But since it isn’t fitting, the issue is either something obvious, you might be over extruding, or your printer is not scaling right (or isn’t square).
Cut the belts to a very fine point you should be able to feed the tip through and then pull the rest.
If that does not work upload a picture of your printed parts so we can diagnose what might be wrong. The last blocks we saw were printer in the wrong orientation.
So I solved that issue my new little problem is where is the fan wired supposed to be located on the skr pro board ?
Where the green blocks are located is where. I installed it but they don’t work when idling.
Does the wires need to be placed somewhere else like the main power source on the board ?
If so can direct me to the control casing that’s recommended please sir !
I have two here, Printables there are more if you search a bit .
The fans can be set based on temperatures, or as always on. The fans on my Duet on the Primo are based on the processor temperature as a proxy for driver temps. (They only tell me then they’re actually overheating.) I considered putting a thermistor on one, but haven’t done it.
On the LR I have a thermistor in the case with the wires, an old one from a hotend. It’s wired to the board as the hotend temp, and the fan starts up at 28° but Ive never actually heard it turn on. (Certainly not when it was -40° outside! My basement stays pretty cool in the summer, I could just about see my breath down there a couple weeks ago.)
Okay last question,
Where is the lid that holds the screen.
In this image I coloured it green
This reminded me of my mid 90’s PC build/modding days, when I had a beige box that fit in an optical bay, called “PC Doctor”. It was a 6ch fan controller, with 6 thermistors, and a 3-button LCD interface for programming/monitoring. I had thermistors on my CPU HSF, RAM pcb, northbridge hs, PSU fet hs, optical drive, and egt (exhaust air temp hehe). The best part is it used FETs for on/off control, no PWM… which lead to my first PCB design that went to a board house… a $60 single channel fully analog PWM fan control (555 timer, fets, and thermistor, with 3 pots for gain, offset, and freq). Months later I started to see specialized fan control IC’s showing up at digikey and the likes. The whole experience taught me a valuable lesson about exploring rabbit holes.
whats the title of the file sir ?
Goodday I’m having issues on starting up my lr3 I’m not completely sure how to access my uploaded files.
I have flashed the motherboard but I keep getting no further than whats on the screen
Just to be clear, you are not using my firmware on the screen.
From either mode hit print.
Okay so when I I’ll try it would you recommend a z plate ?
I’m going to tamper with it more today get some (independent motion) going haven’t yet but I still need to check out my end stops as well. Thanks
When I hit Marlin this screen shows up for some reason I don’t know why and it’s been flashed