Hello brothers, I installed an accelerometer on Toolchanger today. I have a few questions?

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  1. charles114

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    Hello bro, I installed an accelerometer on Toolchanger today. I have a few questions?

    The firmware I use is
    Board: Duet 2 WiFi (2WiFi)
    Firmware: RepRapFirmware for Duet 2 WiFi/Ethernet 3.3 (2021-06-15)

    1. Can this sensor only be used for detection? Analyze in the browser? (For example G1 X-50 G4 S2 M956 P0 S1000 A0 G4 P10 G1 X50 F20000)

    2. Can the acceleration be adjusted in real time during printing to eliminate the ringing? If so, how should I configure it in config.g?


    This is my installation
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    This is the file I obtained using the G1 X-50 G4 S2 M956 P0 S1000 A0 G4 P10 G1 X50 F20000 command in https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/Accelerometers
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    I suggest you install firmware 3.4beta2, which supports input shaping, and the DWC Input Shaping plugin which will help you tune it.
     
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    Hello, DC42. I upgraded the V3.4.0 beta2 version yesterday. In this version, how should I set it up to allow dynamic adjustment during printing? Does V3.4.0 beta2 still need F parameters in M593 P "EI3" F50 to adjust?
     
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