Have you tried other endstop switches, or plugging into a different endstop plug (e.g., X_MAX) and swapping the pin definitions? Reliable and precise, Marlin delivers outstanding print quality while keeping you in full control of the process. That certainly sounds like hardware. My Machine should handle 3000 with no issues? Already on GitHub? This feature makes it possible to control the connected Endstops reacts to physical contact. http://pastebin.com/CGYfbg7w http://pastebin.com/suMwxPD5. The code for Get Endstop Status is M119 Commands can also just be written in the input boxt in lower right corner, see image, and exectud by pressing enter or send. @thinkyhead that last pastebin was of 1.1.0-RC7 version. On RepRap Discount Smart Controller, there are extra unused blocks on the head position line (line 2) and at the end of each axis block that would display at least single line. I got my new v1.4 Turbo and i got everything to work except my Trianglelab BLTouch. The RAMBo 1.3 should arrive today so hopefully this week I will have some better news. I have switched stepper drivers and get the same error. Where in the firmware exactly am I making these changes in correspondence with the pins on the board? Tag Archives: marlin Reporting endstop status. A software endstop tells the machine that it should not attempt to travel beyond a limit defined in software. The "Count" Z appears to remain accurate however. I'm thinking RAMBo v1.3 might be a good board swap. Jumpers on the SKR are closed any I ensured that there is an electrical connection between the DIAG pin and the endstop. Of all the things I thought would get me stumped I can;t believe it's something like this! even tried reversing endstop its just keeps saying the same thing. Have a question about this project? However, when I send G28 X Y the MPCNC continues trying to move in the negative X direction even after hitting the stop? Thank you! M200: Set filament diameter: M201: Set max acceleration in units/s^2 for print moves (M201 X1000 Y1000) M202: Set max acceleration in units/s^2 for travel moves (M202 X1000 Y1000) Unused in Marlin!! Tried to implement latest Marlin on my reprappro with ramps 1.4. I am having the same exact issue with my Azteeg X3 and the X-Axis End stop not working. When i home the X-Axis now moving in Y Direction is homes with no issues? Strange thing is when I home the Y-Axis which is actually the X-Axis I get the same issue. @thinkyhead hope your weekend was well. Such an event can be when we drive an axis to its physical limit and the signal provided by the driver can be detected just like an endstop. I've downloaded the release version of Marlin, updated feedrates, endstop inversion, etc. I must have something wrong in the firmware. Ready for motion configuration. to your account. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. I’d like to build a touch plate, but I’m unclear on how to set the z-offset so that the machine can identify the thickness of the plate itself. Thanks for the input though @thinkyhead . The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: So, fun story. Yup, I already did the same, hopefully they do update it. Say if you will be using the Xmax as your Xmin endstop you can use D2 instead of D3 which is what the Xmin uses. Thanks Bill, I did verify that it is the x_min and y_min. So this is what I set it to, because I thought Marlin was wrong. I varied sensitivity from 0 to 250, but nothing changed. seems settings are changing, i can shift values and they transfer over correctly to the newest upload. Start by sending M119 to the printer to check endstop status. andrew January 23, 2019 January 23, ... Marlin 3D Printer Firmware running on Arduino Mega with RAMPS 1.4 shield. This is my current configuration – like you can see Z (mechanical) is … @dvseliteus What version of Marlin are you using? Use this command to get the current state of all endstops, useful for setup and troubleshooting. So the only thing common over all these tests is the stepper motor itself. Check to verify the correct endstop is connected to the correct pins on the RAMPS. Description. @thinkyhead right I have also changed to a typical NEMA 17 Stepper Motor and it also acted that way. Tought it would be safer to do it this way. You should check that each endstop registers both an open and closed status before proceeding. Endstops are reported as either “open” or “TRIGGERED”. You signed in with another tab or window. I have the same problem. The true test will be when I install the RAMBo 1.3. Attached is my configuration.h all of my changes are bounded by #ifdef ChuckMod. As a note, it's a custom printer, but works as a standard Cartesian. Jumpers on the SKR are closed any I ensured that there is an electrical connection between the DIAG pin and the endstop. Anyway, here are the proper pins for the ones you mentioned above: Thanks again for your help @thinkyhead When I send an M119 (endstop status code) I recieve: Send: M119 Recv: Reporting endstop status Recv: x_min: open Recv: y_min: TRIGGERED Recv: z_min: TRIGGERED And then when I press down the X endstop with my hand I get: Send: M119 Recv: Reporting endstop status Recv: x_min: open Recv: y_min: TRIGGERED Recv: z_min: TRIGGERED -No change. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. The issue I'm running into is that it has weird X-endstop behavior. I'll try the fix above on 1.0.2-1 and see if I can at least get the x-stop triggering and then focus back to the newer version. It may be moving X and triggering x_max instead of x_min. Question: Is this a bug in Marlin, or is this correct behavior and I am misunderstanding something? When the X-endstop is not inverted, homing only makes the axis progress a bit, similar to what @emartinez167 ran into with Issue #1725. but the problem is when i press the home button x and y axis moves around 1cm each time i press home button. @Blue-Marlin I have decreased the speed settings and still run into the same problem Homing the X Axis. @dvseliteus Which version of Arduino IDE are you using? Can someone please dumb it down for me? X min to Xmax and Xmax to Xmin. So now I need to know do you think it is the board or is it something in the firmware that is causing this to happen? Output endstop status to serial port: M140: Set bed target temp: M190: Wait for bed current temp to reach target temp. Thank you @thinkyhead the Viki worked great in the older version of Marlin 1.0.2-1, Marlin 1.0.2-1 - X-Axis had weird X-endstop behavior but viki worked andrew January 23, 2019 January 23, 2019 No Comments on Reporting endstop status. I finally got my MPCNC built after several months of start-and-stop work, and it made a pretty respectable crown test drawing! X-min; X-max; Y-min; Y-max; Z-min (which is sometimes used as the Z-probe) Z max Here is the current version http://pastebin.com/rTb5e6YT RCBugFix. The issue I'm running into is that it has weird X-endstop behavior. Hi guys. I tried different end stop and received the same results. load or back up SPI Flash and SD. Endstops are soldered properly and giving the desired state, but when moving the axis via repetier host, the axis are moving too far and do not stop. connect up motor to each XYZ and verify movement commands work. I use simplify3d and when I hit the home button it triggers X to zero out even though it has not hit the switch? Keep trying things to isolate whether it's the plug, the switch, or something else. Pronterface - Check Stepper Directions Now use the directional arrows in Pronterface to gently move the axes, using 1mm and 10mm. Sonney Jeon (Chamnit) improved some parts of Grbl. @dvseliteus Trés bizarre. Anyway, to swap the X endstop pins for your board in 1.0.2-1 all you need to do is change lines 599-600 in pins.h: Thanks again @thinkyhead I have 1.1.0-RC7 all setup but I am getting a strange "Error compiling for board Arduino/Genuino Mega or Mega 2560." I feel like I'm just going in endless circles of frustration. If the load is sufficiently high, Marlin can react to the event. They should all show Open before continuing. Has anyone experienced this? privacy statement. M119 Reporting endstop status x_min: open x2_min: open y_min: open y2_min: open z_min: open ok > M119 Reporting endstop status x_min: TRIGGERED x2_min: open y_min: open y2_min: open z_min: open ok > M119 Reporting endstop status x_min: open x2_min: open y_min: TRIGGERED y2_min: open z_min: open I triggered G28 X Y and … Command M119 First make sure no endstops are triggered. Weirder thing when I turn on the printer and check the stepper voltage it reads 0.7v (good) when i home the x axis and then measure the voltage it reads -4.10v? Here you can see this judder: Now my Z-Probe does not trigger the bed to stop? I tried disabling ENDSTOPPULLUPS but there was no difference. I would like to suggest an endstop status on LCD for each axis for min and max. Does your board have stepper drivers that you can move to other slots, or are they soldered onto the board? X-Axis Manual Close. Thanks @Blue-Marlin I will try this on Monday and let you know. I have tried all 3 pins for the X axis on the board it must be something in the firmware. I'll have a look at that now. This feature makes it possible to control the connected Endstops reacts to physical contact. // The function can detect all types of Endstop that Marlin can be configured. Then try some lower speeds and see how it behaves. Marlin - мой конфиг Marlin'a (форк) Powered by Gitea Version: 1.14.0+dev-486-gef825bd24 Page: 763ms Template: 248ms Start by sending M119 to the printer to check endstop status. It can be caused by static getting into the pin from the endstop wiring, Ive seen a few of these happen on X3s and X3 Pros. First created in 2011 for RepRap and Ultimaker by Erik van der Zalm et. Panucatt, I see that the PDF you have posted at http://files.panucatt.com/datasheets/x3pro_pins.pdf has an error, which is causing some users to become confused. I moved the axis manually by pressing something like -10Y and not by pressing home. If I'm just moving the axis in the + direction, it works fine, but when trying to move in the - direction, even when not at X=0mm, it claims the endstop was hit. It will help you when you have to diagnose the errors on-screen, and it will help you even more, if you use the command sets through octoprint. Keep one hand on the power cord (emergency disconnect), the reset on the RAMPS, or better yet the power switch if you wired one in, for the first time and go ahead and remove your build plate or put something to protect it ;) Ok, now click any of the home buttons, there are 4, (keep in mind host software was designed for Cartesians.For delta all axis must home at the same time). Sprinter's lead developers are Kliment and caru. I’m using a Ramps 1.4 board with the Marlin-MPCNC_Ramps_T8_16T_LCD_32step_DualEndstop firmware. If you can swap them, then try that. and I'm not able to upload to the board. http://files.panucatt.com/datasheets/x3pro_pins.pdf. Most recent Marlin 2.x bugfix G28 XY. The Azteeg X3 has most pins identical to RAMPS 1.4 (Extruder, Fan, Bed). Thanks for reading, and for any feedback you can provide! But its not registering. // Specify here all the endstop connectors that are connected to any endstop or probe. Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled, Questions about dual-endstop usage with Marlin. How does the output from M119 look? Marlin RCBugFix - Viki button issue and same weird X-endstop behavior (won't trigger). This is incorrect, and is not aligned with RAMPS. Grbl's lead developer is Simen Svale Skogsrud. Here is what panucatt has provided for support; Okay. Download Marlin 2.0 from V1’s git listing with respect to your board. My main concern though is why the Carriage won't home properly it must be the board right? M203 The only downside is I will now have to convert all of the connectors from male jumper to female dupont. Report endstop and probe states to the host. It just happens much slower now, but is the same exact problem. Whats the current status? I am hesitant to try 1.1.0-RC7 as I will have to re-program everything. I have a couple of questions though. I varied sensitivity from 0 to 250, but nothing changed. Visual status Endstop. Have a great weekend! It's only when I have the endstop connected to the board that this weird jitter action happens? Searched through the config files but I don’t get it. I can't think of any reason, outside of having improper settings, that only one axis would act this way. The procedure below explains how to check the status of the switches. Very rough Rewrite with Marlin 1.1.5, enough to get x and y axis moving and hominh correctly as well as checking Endstop Status to ensure Probe is Triggered/Open when intended. The code for Get Endstop Status is M119 Commands can also just be written in the input boxt in lower right corner, see image, and exectud by pressing enter or send. Using your host, try moving X around at different speeds, starting from your "homing speed" of 80mm/s (4800mm/m), and see if any jitter appears. I've downloaded the release version of Marlin, updated feedrates, endstop inversion, etc. as necessary. I switched the wires to the Y-Axis Xmax pins and then changed the pin assignment on the ramps board to #define X_MIN_PIN 15 which also had the same result. // … I've downloaded the release version of Marlin, updated feedrates, endstop inversion, etc. Ive tried reversing the endstop wires but then M119 always shows as triggered, so Ive put them back to where they were before. @thinkyhead Some features have been added by: Lampmaker, Bradley Feldman, and others...Features: 1. Anyone have an idea what's wrong here? @dvseliteus On most controllers the controller button triggers once, then we have a delay and some logic to "debounce" the button, so it won't trigger again right away. I'd like to stick to Marlin 1.0.2-1 I tried working with 1.1.0-RC7 and I'm getting weird compile errors like "Error compiling for board Arduino/Genuino Mega or Mega 2560." Actually you can use any free pin and just make sure its pulled up in firmware. Marlin firmware (version 1.1.0 and later) provides an option called Z_SAFE_HOMING for printers that use a Z probe to home Z instead of an endstop. Indeed. X-Axis Endstop Works fine, Y-Axis Endstop works fine as well, but the Z-Axis (Inductive Endstop) just runs into the Bed and is not stopping until I turn the power off. I recommend trying 1.0.2-1 or 1.1.0-RC7 and see if it works better for you. I am hesitant to try 1.1.0-RC7 as I will have to re-program everything and I don't really know what I am doing. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and The pins file with 1.0.2-1 seems correct. The state of the Z probe and filament runout sensors are also reported with this command. The pin numbers should be reversed, with X MIN ENDSTOP as Pin 3 and X MAX ENDSTOP as Pin 2. X-min; X-max; Y-min; Y-max; Z-min (which is sometimes used as the Z-probe) Z max Most recent Marlin 2.x bugfix G28 XY. Down load the correct version of Aurdino need to compile it. The Z-Probe is not working but the red light comes on when triggered. When I send an M119 (endstop status code) I recieve: Send: M119 Recv: Reporting endstop status Recv: x_min: open Recv: y_min: TRIGGERED Recv: z_min: TRIGGERED And then when I press down the X endstop with my hand I get: Send: M119 Recv: Reporting endstop status Recv: x_min: open Recv: y_min: TRIGGERED Recv: z_min: TRIGGERED -No change. @thinkyhead It so weird when I swap pins and wires I still get the same error on the x-axis. Get endstop status and configure Marlin firmware @section homing using Pronterface and the newest Arduino IDE; All done. When I disconnect the endstop from the board pins and press the home X command the carriage moves with no problems. Sign in This RepRap firmware is a mashup between Sprinter and Grbl with many original parts.Derived from Sprinter and Grbl by Erik van der Zalm. Everything about the endstops is already available and marlin recognizes the right state of the endstops (triggered and open). For the sake of precision, this now has been exposed as a user setting in Configuration.h and deactivated by default. The function M119 uses and interprets the response. @thinkyhead Speeds 4800, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500, 200, 100, 50 and 25mm/min all yield the same result. I tried a different Nema motor as well and it behaves the same. Move the Axes if neccessary. as necessary. Reporting endstop status x_max: TRIGGERED y_max: TRIGGERED z_max: TRIGGERED when I manually press them they open as below SENDING:M119 Reporting endstop status x_max: TRIGGERED y_max: open z_max: TRIGGERED I guess above setting is alright. Find L6474 drive level (KVAL_HOLD) threshold. So you might want to move that stepper motor to your Z axis, or just throw it in the trash. I'm trying to setup my new Azteeg X3 Pro, printer was previously working well on RAMPS 1.4. Beginning with Marlin v1.1.9 and v2.0 the software measures against endstop noise are improved and exposed as a setting. Have you updated your configuration since http://pastebin.com/U2ffANSJ? The Y-Axis homes with no problems. With the line "#if MOTHERBOARD == 99" it looks like an older version of Marlin. @dvseliteus What if you swap both the connectors and the pin assignments? Sorry but with the dual endstop firmware just changing the board will not work, pin edits are required unless you have 6 drivers. Per the Azteeg X3 Pro pin definitions here, the X-min is pin 2 and max is pin 3, the opposite of RAMPS and as defined in Marlin. I must have a wrong setting somewhere.... Stepper Motor is Bad? I just can't seem to wrap my head around this. That way you can use the driver itself as an axis sensor negating the need to an additional endstop … Find L6474 drive level (KVAL_HOLD) threshold. Check endstop status using the M119 command. I have the motherboard set as 67? or anything else? I still receive the same jitter motion when I try to home the X-Axis. The function M119 uses and interprets the response. ). In this example, the Z endstop was hit at (z:16.88), but the printer appears to think it is at the target location (z:100). I did an experiment and I changed the X/Y wiring on the board but left the pin assignments the same on the ramps pins. I don’t own or sell the board so I can not make the edits for you, sorry. control M120 - Enable Endstops ... L6474 MONITOR_L6470_DRIVER_STATUS M916 - L6474 Thermal Warning Test. In Marlin I have tried changing Z_MIN_ENDSTOP_INVERTING & Z_MIN_PROBE_ENDSTOP_INVERTING between true and false but this seems to make no difference. Does the X axis still act up then, or does the problem shift to the Y axis? The issue I'm running into is that it has weird X-endstop behavior. Once you have edited it, we are going to indicate to our dear Marlin that our 3D printer has a limit switch (sensor) on the Z axis. Actually you can use any free pin and just make sure its pulled up in firmware.". I'm using Marlin-1.0.2 here are my pin.h and configuration.h files. I'm guessing I will look to the RAMPS.h file to make this change? Actual behavior: Axis don't move, X/Y endstops are triggered. Say if you will be using the Xmax as your Xmin endstop you can use D2 instead of D3 which is what the Xmin uses. I'm trying to setup my new Azteeg X3 Pro, printer was previously working well on RAMPS 1.4. I have learned a lot and really like the Marlin Firmware over the other ones out there. Replaced Z min … Y-axis is set up exactly the same and behaves as it should. On a positive note, it seems that sending a non-movement command, such as M119 also “jumpstarts” the MPCNC so that I can start moving it without affecting the Z axis starting position. It seems no matter what I do this X-Axis just will not home without skipping. With this option, the XY axes are homed first, then the carriage moves to a position –usually the middle of the bed– … If the endstop switches read in reverse, then the remedy depends on the type of endstop sensor: If the sensor is a 2-wire microswitch, we recommend that you use the normally-closed contacts, which are the two outermost tags on the switch (leave the centre tag not connected). I reached out to panucatt for support but have not gotten any reply. The code for Get Endstop Status is M119 Commands can also just be written in the input boxt in lower right corner, see image, and exectud by pressing enter or send. Relevant Marlin 3D Printer Firmware running on Arduino Mega with RAMPS 1.4 … The X-Axis appears to be working correctly. boelle changed the title `[BUG] non-constant condition for static assertion marlin [BUG] non-constant condition for static assertion marlin Oct 12, 2019 Copy link Contributor The problem is that when I do this, the Z axis also moves up 1mm, throwing off my “setting the z position as home before powering on the machine”. Okay I have successfully used the Xmax pins as my Xmin tested the M119 to make sure thr tigger works and it does. Actual behavior: Axis don't move, X/Y endstops are triggered. Been using marlin 1.1 but wanted newest auto leveling and other bells and whistles. I have changes the pin assignment on the pin.h tab in the Marlin firmware and when I press the limit switch nothing happens? (Modification is the activation of dual Z setup with dual endstop pins connection to … Or, try a ferrite bead on the wires. Under normal circumstances, and with reasonable speeds configured, you should not see any "jitter" when moving an axis. Steps to Reproduce. @thinkyhead @Blue-Marlin Can you recommend the best board and LCD for this printer and Marlin Firmware? I’m using the T8_T16_LCD_DualEndstop Version of Marlin, just made one edit: changed the board to Rumba. @thinkyhead ok now this is interesting. Symptoms CNC machine reports incorrect end stop trigger. It works now. My Configurations So I own a Ender 3 Pro with a Cheetah 1.2a silent board. Marlin also has support for software endstops. Expected behavior: Axis home. So, I will see about making a more robust button handler for you to test soon. Visual status Endstop. Thanks Bill, I did verify that it is the x_min and y_min. still no change oddly enough. You could try disabling ENDSTOPPULLUPS and see if that makes any difference. Marlin Firmware Open Source 3D Printer Driver. As a note, it's a custom printer, but works as a standard Cartesian. 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