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Anet A8 klipper printer.cfg

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here my working Anet A8 printer.cfg
/home/pi/printer.cfg

[stepper_x]
step_pin: PD7
dir_pin: PC5
enable_pin: !PD6
step_distance: .01
endstop_pin: ^!PC2
position_endstop: -30
position_max: 220
position_min: -30
homing_speed: 50

[stepper_y]
step_pin: PC6
dir_pin: PC7
enable_pin: !PD6
step_distance: .01
endstop_pin: ^!PC3
position_endstop: -8
position_min: -8
position_max: 220
homing_speed: 50

[stepper_z]
step_pin: PB3
dir_pin: !PB2
enable_pin: !PA5
step_distance: .0025
endstop_pin: ^!PC4
position_endstop: 2.6
position_max: 240
homing_speed: 20

[extruder]
step_pin: PB1
dir_pin: PB0
enable_pin: !PD6
step_distance: .0115
nozzle_diameter: 0.400
filament_diameter: 1.750
heater_pin: PD5
sensor_type: ATC Semitec 104GT-2
sensor_pin: PA7
control: pid
pid_Kp: 33.8
pid_Ki: 3.7
pid_Kd: 77.8
min_temp: 10
max_temp: 250
pressure_advance: 0.2

[heater_bed]
heater_pin: PD4
sensor_type: ATC Semitec 104GT-2
sensor_pin: PA6
control: watermark
min_temp: 10
max_temp: 130

[fan]
pin: PB4

[mcu]
serial: /dev/ttyUSB0
baud: 250000

[printer]
kinematics: cartesian
max_velocity: 600
max_accel: 3000
max_z_velocity: 20
max_z_accel: 100
motor_off_time: 600

[display]
lcd_type: hd44780
rs_pin: PA3
e_pin: PA2
d4_pin: PD2
d5_pin: PD3
d6_pin: PC0
d7_pin: PC1

[homing_override]
gcode:
G28 X0 Y0
G1 X115 Y150 F3600
G28 Z0

can someone put me the printer.cfg valid for anet a8 with 3dtouch? I installed Klipper and I can not get the 3dtouch to work
I do not know anything about programming, that's why I need the printer.cfg

Hi Knaudler,

I'm interested in results. Did you already printed some test?
I'm planning to switch to klipper my TEVO Tarantula. I assume the main advantage of klipper is very high printing speed.
I expect to double it.

Can you tell your experience with it, please

yes speed is very good, Klipper works fine, but it is not final, there is a lot of testing and new functions every week
I'm using octopi with klipper
but some people using repetier server - because octoprint works to slow for Klipper !
repetier would be fast enough for Klipper - I will test next weeks...

yes the prints are very good - with pressure advance and some new settings
I have no bed leveling on Klipper - but I think they have some updates for using bed leveling...

I Have 2 Printers: CR-10 with Duetwifi and Anet A8 with Klipper - Anet prints good, but sometimes after update (git pull)
you have to test again
So anet and Klipper is for testing and cr-10 for printing

I think Klipper is a good way for speed, and CPU-intensive Kinematics but not yet for productive use
maybe you flash Klipper for testing and reflash with Marlin for always printing

Klipper Doku isnt the best, you have to read a lot on github
you can use octoprint with Klipper and same octoprint with Marlin (only change port and stop Klipper)

the printing with Klipper is great, fast and smooth - top
Klipper is good for more than 100mm/sec but my hotend isnt fast enough for more then 100
I think this will need an Volcano Hotend to smelt more and faster

I'm using original Anet Board - but need to flash new Bootloader - optiboot - to use Klipper
you have to flash klipper hex on printing board (from your raspberry Pi) - so you will erase your Marlin !
(with Arduino ide you have to reflash Marlin if you want back)

But if you need to buy raspberyy pi3+ and accessories and maybe tmc stepper for ramps - for same bucks you will get duet maestro

I'm waiting for new Duet 2 Maestro Board for buying in DE or EU (usa only) - its cheaper then duetwifi and enough for cartesian Printer
and Duet works without noise - steppers are very silent with onboard tmc

So Klipper is very good, it works fine, but it needs some time to get better

Thank you for answer.
Good to know it provides that speed with quality, ans Raspberry pi3+ is good enough. I already use Raspberry PI 3+ octopi.
I have only one printer now, so it is production one. So it might worth to wait for more mature klipper. But its development is pretty active and it should grow quick to production, I hope.