Crash Detection During Prints

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  1. Amr

    Amr Well-Known Member

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    I am kinda new to the crash detection on duet boards, I cant seem to figure out how to enable crash detection during prints so that the printer when it detects a crash it pauses re-homes X and Y and then resume print. (Kinda like Prusa MK3 dose) Any Ideas or is it enabled by default and it is not working for me for some other reason.
     
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    Spoon Unit Well-Known Member

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    From what I can see, the motors are set to detect stalls. What they do when they stall I don't know, but knowing Duet a little, I assume a macro can be set to execute in the event of a stall.
     
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    They’re configured to work as endstops only in the default config from github.
    You need to set the S parameter to… forgot what (3?) to get stall detection throughout the print.

    You will probably need to adjust the sensitivity for that, though, or the accelerations and speeds during printing will start triggering false positives.
     
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