Total 3D printing newbie here, apoloies in advance if my terminology is wrong.
I have a dual head K200 delta printer with a heated bed which I put together 8 months ago, but gave up due to frustration of the following error in Repetier:
temp sensor defect marked defect
Error:Printer set into dry run mode until restart!
I've tried again today, and all 3 thermistors (and the spare) work fine, but socket E1 on the BT7200 V1.8.26 RAMPS PLUS 2 is giving me -20oC readings no matter which thermistor I put in.
Even though I’ve tried to tell it there’s only 1 extruder (in Printer Settings), the display right at the bottom of Repetier still thinks there’s 2.
I've emailed the seller and the company I bought it through, to see if they can help.
In the meantime - is there any way to make Repetier believe that I only have 1 extruder, or change things so that I can use the heated bed socket for the other extruder instead and just try to make due without the heatbed for now?
Hope you can help.
Been here on Thingiverse for a while now. I currently print with an Anet A8 which i have modified with tons on files from here and have got it pretty dang reliable. Took a little while but it was all worth it in the end. I learned a lot from the time it arrived at my door to assemble and right up to just this morning when i finished my latest print job. As a tinkerer i am always looking for a new project and found a nice Delta printer on here (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1902229) and said what the heck. Lets build a big one!!!!!! Got myself a 1 kg spool of Lime Green filament and started printing on the old Anet. Once all the printing was done i said how big do i wanna go? Well there is an old saying GO BIG OR GO HOME. I ended up buying (3)1220mm or 48" 2040 aluminum extrusions for the vertical beams and (9)1010mm or 24" extrusions for the horizontal beams. This allowed me to fab up a 3mm X 400mm or 16" diameter aluminum build plate which will be heated. I finally got the frame assembly all together this morning and this definitely is a MONSTER DELTA. Just need to get the smooth rods and some more 5mm Tee Nuts and all the mechanical stuff will be complete . Then i get to move on to the fun of getting all the electronics, wiring it all up and then the dreaded setup. I would share some pics of the build if someone will gimme an idea how to post them to a TOPIC. I am not seeing any kind of way to attach photos. I will just put them with the i built one on here for now. Also anyone out there that is using a custom delta that they built i would love to know what firmware and configurationh file ya are using.
Thanks for taking time to read and any possible help you may be able to provide in the future.
Hi, my name is Federico. two years ago I own a prusa zonestar (dual extruder), a few months ago I built a delta DIY. it works perfectly but I have problems with the bed. in an external area the nozzle is higher, I think it's a problem of a auto bed leveling. I use the original bl-touch.
So for the past 2 years I've been using a bowden extruder setup similar to this (http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/1/3/5/4/2/9/5/webimg/841177649_o.jpg)
For what it's worth, it works ok, but I just feel like since it was a cheap chinese kit, there's better out there.
Any suggestions? :)
Also, I'm thinking about moving my motor to kind of a halfway point from an extra rail, since my printer has 1 meter tower rails.
I feel like that much ptfe tube is creating a LOT of friction and leading to way more jams than needed.