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  • I followed your suggestion and installed the AD8495. i connected it to the aux adc. And wrote in the configurationfile: #define MOTHERBOARD 402 #define EXT0_TEMPSENSOR_TYPE 61#define EXT0_TEMPSENSOR_PIN THERMOCOUPLE_0_PIN and in the pins.h i find: #…
  • Solved: z-length too long
  • Hi, which exact combination are you using (firmware, software as wel on the udoo as the radds)? I use repetier firmware 0.92i tried already UDOOBuntu and debian wheezy.and i try to connect with repetier-server. I have the same hardware and keep gett…
  • You were right, The new RADDS is available again. I oredered one with an UDOO. I have chosen the RADDS because of the 128 steps drivers, which could be an improvement for my oversized printer. Smaller steps means improved accuracy, but we will see i…
  • Found the problem,  The usbcable to the windows PC was longer (2m) then the cable to the mac (1m)The delay with the windows PC was almost gone after replacing the long usb-cable with the shorter one.
  • Didn't find the Edit button: but found out already. The Udoo Quad-RADDS should work.
  • OK, Checked your suggestion for the RADDS board. This was new for me but it looks very promising. I would go for the UDOO-Quad combination. I googled for it an found some links in combination with Repetier, but none of them really clear. As far as i…
  • Thanks, my programming skills are very rusty and in best case medium :-)I will check out the 6 dimensional bresenham algorithm and check if i can understand it. I was already in doubt to change my megatronics v2.0 for a 32-bit board, because of the …
  • I try to make it more clear:The first stepper motor is needed for extruding the filament (the standard one) and the other steppermotor is needed for moving the first stepper motor up and down. This first steppermotor is mounted on the side of the pr…
  • The extruder moves by the normal stepper motors, nothing different there, but from the extruder would be a string going up to the top of the printer, there the string would be guided along a kind of pulley (with a rotary encoder) and go back down on…
  • Indeed, i forgot homing.On the other hand maybe it would be better to find a solution which is firmware independant. I could have a kind of rope from the extruder to the top of the printer. On top of the printer would be a wheel (optical rotary enco…
  • In fact, there is no need for the motor to follow very accurate. It's just that my extruder has vertical travel of 1 meter. But the motor should only follow the extruder within +/-5 cm.If the firmware for instance had a variable which hold the heigh…