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Introduction Bill of materials Y-axis assembly X-axis assembly Connecting X-axis and Z-axis Motor assembly
X and Y-axis motions Heated bed assembly Extruder assembly Electronics and wiring Marlin Firmware
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- 2Change the firmware
- 3Install Marlin Firmware on the board
Download RISE Editor for Windows to generate database, app layer, and web services for model-driven development. Powerbeats Pro will revolutionize the way you work out. Built for elite athletes, these totally wireless earphones have no wires to hold you back. The Prusa i3 uses, including the extruder, 5 NEMA17 stepper motors. Two of these motors, the Z axis motors, are connected to the same stepper driver of the electronics. If using Wade's Extruder, its stepper motor needs a minimum holding torque of 40Ncm (0.4Nm). More information can be found on the Stepper Motor page. Controller Electronics. Stable releases. The latest stable release of PrusaSlicer can be always found in the DRIVERS & APPS package and it’s available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The package also includes test objects and printer drivers, but you can choose to install only PrusaSlicer.
Downloads - software and firmware
After completing the build of your printer, it's time to breathe some life into it.
- Start by downloading the Marlin firmware from this link:
[Marlin firmware used for Prusa i3 Hephestos - modified for Prusa i3 Rework]
Or choose for a Geeetech i3 X:[Firmware for Geeetech i3 X]
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Original version can be found on GitHub:Marlin Firmware Repository
- Next download the Arduino IDE from here:
- Download the Printrun application suite, which will be used to control your printer via USB:
This suite consists of Printcore (a dumb G-code sender), Pronsole (featured command line G-code sender), Pronterface (Python G-code sender with GUI) and some helpful scripts.Together with Slic3r these tools form a complete printing toolchain.
- If you get the Windows or OSX binaries Slic3r will already be included, if you are using GNU/Linux get Slic3r from here:
[Slic3r Linux Download]
Slic3r is used to create the G-Code from your STL or OBJ files to be read by Pronterface.
STL and OBJ 3D model files for testing can be obtained from [Thingiverse].If you want to get into making your own stuff and learn about 3D modeling take a look at [Blender] - it's free and open source (GPL).
After Downloading and installing all aforementioned applications start by unzipping the Marlin_Prusai3_reprap_pt.zip file to your desktop or another place where you can easily find it.
Doubleclick the file Marlin.ino. This should open a window similar to this one:
Change the firmware
Step 1: Open the Settings
A large part of the code has been changed for me, but still can change some parts of the code or confirm in case something be wrong. If you do not change you can skip the following steps up to 10. If you opted for the current version, you should not ignore these steps. Still with the latest version of the variables differ.
To change the code Click on the tab that says Configuration.h.
Step 2: Date and name of the author of the changes
To make changes to the code you must indicate the name and the date of the person who initiated the changes.
In this case replace 27 / 03/2015 1126h' 'by the current date on your computer, and' '(Pedro Emanuel, reprap.pt)' 'by its name and other references.
Step 3: BAUDRATE
When you connect your printer to your computer via USB, this is with a BAUDRATE that determines the printer connection speed, often this value is 115200.
Step 4: RAMPS Motherboard
The next step will set the motherboard. In our case the chosen motherboard was' '33 = RAMPS 1.3 / 1.4 (Power outputs: Extruder, Fan, Bed) .
So we chose the value 33:
'Note:' If we had two print heads it would be 34.
'Note on latest version of Marlin:' If you use a newer version of the plates are in boards.h and writing The option will be #define MOTHERBOARD BOARD_RAMPS_13_EFB instead of #define MOTHERBOARD BOARD_ULTIMAKER' '.
Step 5: Thermistor
This step is to set the thermistor, as we are using 2 thermistors 100k, one for the heated bed and the other to the print head. The thermistor is who will get the temperature information.
So we chose a value of 1 for both:
Note: 'TEMP_SENSOR_0' 'refers to the print head thermistor and' TEMP_SENSOR_BED for the heated platen. If using a thermistor 10k (not recommended for heated table) would have to choose another option.
Step 6: Temperatures Min and Max
In this case you can set the minimum and maximum temperatures that the thermistor can detect .minimum :
'Note' HEATER_0_MINTEMP refers to the print head thermistor and 'BED_MINTEMP' 'for the heated platen.Maximum:
'Note' HEATER_0_MAXTEMP refers to the print head thermistor and 'BED_MAXTEMP' 'for the heated platen.
Step 7: Reverse movement of the motors
In these settings intentionally reverses some directions of the engines. When you have to make the first movement tests and verify that the motor is moving in the opposite direction can alter the value of true to false here.
Step 8: Position of endstops
If your limit switches (endstops) are the root cause when sends the printer to Home which in this case will be: X = 215mm (MAX), Y = 0 mm (MIN) and Z = 0 mm (MIN).So the code to be applied is:
Where 1 is the maximum position of the X -1 and the minimum Y and Z.
Step 9: Set size of the print area
By default the Prusa i3 is approximately a dimension of 215 mm X, Y, Z of 210 mm and 180 mm.If you have a larger print area you can always change the following values:
Step 10: Speed of the motor
You can set the speed of the motors, these settings can be improved at the time of calibration, but most of these values are defined in the following calculator [ [ http://prusaprinters.org/calculator/ Josef Prusa ] ] .
Note : these values work for the stepper drivers A4988. If you use DRV8825 drivers, the STEPS_PER_UNIT values must be changed to double.
At the time of calibration recommend to draw a mark on the desired axis (X , Y or Z) and moving 10 cm and see how mm it moves, then we can get the correct value DEFAULT_AXIS_STEPS_PER_UNIT comparing with the result.
Install Marlin Firmware on the board
Step 1: Choose Board
Connect USB cable to the electronic assembly to the computer (this is connected to a USB port on the Arduino Mega). Wait for the system to install the drivers.
In the Arduino software choose 'Tools> Board> Arduino Mega or Mega 2560' '
Step 2: Choose Serial COM Port
When connecting my computer has assigned the number COM5 to the Serial Port of my Arduino, in this case it may have assigned a different number. Avoid having other peripherals connected in order to easily find the right port of your Arduino.
If you have difficulties finding the COM Port, use the Windows Device Manager and connect your Arduino to the COM Port that you find.
In the Arduino software choose 'Tools> Port> COM5' '
Step 3: Compile and verify the firmware
Before making the Upload be sure to test to see if everything is OK by pressing the round button in the upper left corner in the shape of a checkmark inside:
When checking a progress bar shows the results below. If it is an error, and if it is not the first time you are following this process, make sure there is Pronterface connected to the printer or other application.
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Step 4: Upload to Arduino
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Your firmware is now uploaded. No need to make this process more than necessary, unless you want to change the permanent settings to the Printer or components.
(Note from user c8888:) If you encounter any problems while uploading firmware (for example: avrdude: stk500v2_ReceiveMessage(): timeout), the first thing to do is to change your (long - 2m) USB cable for a shorter (50cm) one.