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Yea, parts are only from https://partsbuilt.com and the E3 is the only printer they actually have for sale (unless something has changed very...
Also post the link to the version of Marlin you are using (where you downloaded it)
Make sure your startup script is semi-colon delimited :
rather than :
Still looking through the...
The small ones (top link) are the EHR-2 and the others are
At a guess -- XP series (still JST)
Perhaps @WheresWaldo or @Geof (or even @tkoco...
Complete tear-down of C2 in that thread (most of which applies to the R2 as well)
@Geof has an R2 tear down thread I think
The R2/C2 use these (pictures): http://community.robo3d.com/index.php?threads/dual-extrusion-mod-for-c2.17686/page-2#post-102107
Documented by me...
the R1 uses 12v the C2 uses 19v and the R2 uses 24v that is the key difference
post your configuration.h
It is not my favorite :) it is easy for new users to pick up
Are you using autoleveling? If so then the ABL code in marlin will calculate the flat plane and as the bed is moving it WILL move the Z up/down as...
Too much current will merely make the stepper motor run hot
Not too much, but too little. A stepper will only step one full step per pulse (it is driven with PWM signals).
If it does not have enough drive...
Sanding coating and painting :)
Seriously, normal prep-work for painting models. Nothing major unique to FDM printing. It is plastic.
Mechanical binding of one of the threaded rods could also be the case. The R1 (not the R1+) used couplers to link the steppers to the threaded...
Well, if you have one Z driver and they don't turn the same... then you have a limited choice of "badness"
1) Could be the Z driver is just not...
You can try the
However the G36 should work on that machine.
Won't hurt to try it, if it is not working now...
Ah, well... I used a 24v core in mine (running at the C2 19v) and that worked ok (just slow to heat). I figured the R2 one would be fine too.