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I'm using one of these with a meanwell 24V PSU.
Now my bed goes from 25c to 90c in 5 minutes. And it was super easy...
Turns out it was my Ardruino board. Flashed the firmware onto a Microcenter Arduino board and mounted my original Robo R1+ RAMPS board and I'm...
nope, one of these....
Ok, I don't know how to ref my other thread since I marked it solved but it was titled
Y axis only moving in one direction.
I swapped the Robo...
I ordered the 100A DC-DC from the link and it only lasted for a couple of test heat ups of the bed. No more red light on the SSR and bed heats...
Ok, I'm confused and I'm not sure if this matters but the below picture looks to have a different wiring configuration. Thoughts??...
Thanks Geof, will do.
Thanks again for your help!
Yes, it was printing great yesterday on a cold bed using PLA.
Swapped the connector for the heated bed today and it has this issue.
No, nothing is blocking the y home switch as I can hear it click when I manually home it.
I've never even looked at the firmware so no changes...
When I home the y axis it goes to home and just grinds away and ignores the limit switch. I had to kill the power.
I have spare stepper motors...
I pretty sure nothing is blocking the y limit switch.,I can see it and hear it engage and disengage. I've ordered a ne ramps board from Amazon and...
<-Reporting endstop status
Y not homed +
After I rewired the RAMPS the endstop message went away. See new snippet above.
Could it be the step driver?
Thanks again dude!
Any Y - and Y...
I already tested the endstop switch with my meter and it works.
Looks like they are connected correctly. I reconnected all the wiring and same results.
Thanks for your help Mark!
Edit: Not exactly the same...
Yo cold also try this http://www.prusaprinters.org/color-print/
There is a guy n the Robo3d FB group that is making some awesome multicolor prints.
The heated bed connector on my RAMPS board for my R1 Plus fried so I replaced it and now the Y axis only moves in one direction.