Help ... 'benchy.gcode' and 'toolchange_test.gcode'

Discussion in 'Tool heads & ToolChanger' started by Kevin Richardson, Nov 30, 2019.

  1. Kevin Richardson

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    Hi, can anyone provide me with the gcode files that are referenced in the build guides ?

    I'm almost complete on my build, but would like to use an 'official' test print.

    I bought my toolchanger without the Duet as I had one that was not yet in use. I guess these two files are already on the SDCard when you buy one with the toolchanger.

    thanks
     
  2. Amr

    Amr Well-Known Member

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    I dont know if the duet even comes with an SD card, but the link for the gcode files is here
     
  3. Greg_The_Maker

    Greg_The_Maker Administrator
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    We don't preinstall any software, they are on github | https://github.com/e3donline/RepRapFirmware-SD/tree/master/gcodes
     
  4. Kevin Richardson

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    Thanks Greg
    Thanks very much, was looking in that area. Funny that i managed to find the sys and macro folders but couldn't see that one :)

    Machine is working great so far.... using the one extruder i have configured to print the final parts. This machine is in my kitchen... my other machines are too cold to print in the garage ! (and cant find the hot air gun to get them started...)

    Kev
     
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  5. Jai Stanley

    Jai Stanley Well-Known Member

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    Do what I've done Kev... Build a little print chamber out of insulation! That said, my garage is sub zero, and has a partially leaky asbestos roof so it's been off limits for the last couple of weeks also. I'm camped in the front room only printing low VOC filaments till everyone is in bed and I can open the window it's beneath. Activated carbon and HEPA filters are on the project list..
     
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  6. dc42

    dc42 Well-Known Member

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    That's a common problem with 8-bit electronics and standard thermistors at low temperatures. It shouldn't happen when using a Duet, except when using early Duet 06 boards (manufactured before about Summer 2014), and perhaps when using a high-temperature thermistor (e.g. Dyze or Slice).
     

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