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David H. Brown
(@david-h-brown)
Active Member
RE: What would you like to see in the 8-bit firmware?

I would like longer "thermal overrun" timeouts for 12V (Mk 2/2.5) models that can't keep up with the Mk 3's 24V hardware. Makes my 2.5S almost unusable in the winter 🙁

https://www.thingiverse.com/davidhbrown/designs...
Posted : 08/12/2021 4:20 am
Sean Roach
(@sean-roach)
Eminent Member
RE: What would you like to see in the 8-bit firmware?

Crash detection when the filament ties itself into a knot, before it starts affecting the resulting print. Yes, I know that's not a problem with Prusament and it's perfectly wound spools, generally.

Posted : 13/12/2021 12:06 am
Julions
(@julions)
New Member
RE: What would you like to see in the 8-bit firmware?

Is this thread still open to more ideas to what we would like in the firmware? .

If you don't for something, you will fall for anything. fmwhatsapp...
Posted : 21/12/2021 9:55 am
Bill Erskine
(@bill-erskine)
New Member
RE:

When using MMU, assign a name to each filament (Red, Blue, Black, etc) in slicer (instead of 1-5).  Then when starting the print, printer prompts for filament # for "Red", then filament # for "Blue".  Printer will then map the filament changes to the location dynamically.  Saves having to re-slice if filament locations change (or rearrange filaments in MMU to match the slice gcode file.

Second option would be to have printer show at the start of the print where it expects each filament name to be located in the MMU. 

This post was modified 4 weeks ago by Bill Erskine
Posted : 22/12/2021 8:36 pm
videshik2
(@videshik2)
New Member
RE: What would you like to see in the 8-bit firmware?

This was so helpful and informative 🙂

Posted : 26/12/2021 3:37 pm
MartinD
(@martind)
Trusted Member
RE: What would you like to see in the 8-bit firmware?

Reprint last file menu. 

(upon finishing print a question : Reprint file? Yes or No)  default No.

 

Posted : 20/01/2022 10:22 pm
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