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#1 2016-08-21 09:25:31

Kvirre
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Build 1220 - Cant Abort / Stop print

Build 1220

I prob. have a configuration issue and this makes me unable to do any prints from plates.
All things work seperatly (Z axis movement, Display Calibration images, Send G code commands, Take snapshot from camera)

Nevertheless, when I sliced a STL and made a print-plate and start it), it hangs on the first layer.
Nothing particular is seen in the log, and it's not possible to stop a print (it prompts if I like to stop > yes) then it's back to the same.

This message has been noted though on occation : ActionSkipping db/calibration.json file. stat db/calibration.json: no such file or directory

Debug log:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/512 … 965043.zip

PS.
Thanks for adding total number of layers

Regards

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#2 2016-08-21 16:48:42

Shahin
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Re: Build 1220 - Cant Abort / Stop print

Are you using patched firmware to handle [[WaitForDoneMessage]] command?
Probably it is waiting for response from RAMPS. Try force stop from setup page / tools tab to see if you could stop printing.

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#3 2016-08-22 07:16:38

Kvirre
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Re: Build 1220 - Cant Abort / Stop print

When you say patched firmware, you think of Marlin FW?

I can see in the Terminal that Ramps respond with 'OK'
But is that message not interpreted as [[WaitForDoneMessage]] command?

How do I patch the FW?

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#4 2016-08-22 07:32:54

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Re: Build 1220 - Cant Abort / Stop print

No Z_move_comp response from RAMP is required.
https://github.com/mUVe3D/Marlin-mUVe1DLP-Running
You can find link to patched grbl too, on download page of nanodlp.

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#5 2016-08-22 07:41:04

Kvirre
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Re: Build 1220 - Cant Abort / Stop print

That's to bad ... I did several of my own changes to Marlin FW (like custom M-commands) to update Display and control dimming/onoff of LCD (not using projector).

So I will need port M650 and M651 then?
(Or perhaps port my own commands to this FW).

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#6 2016-08-23 03:50:02

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Re: Build 1220 - Cant Abort / Stop print

I think so. I know muve3d version patched at-least couple of times to work perfectly with nanodlp.

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#7 2016-08-26 08:50:09

Kvirre
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Re: Build 1220 - Cant Abort / Stop print

I successfully ported my commands to the muve3d version of Marlin.
(All my commands work, and I get the response z_move_comp) on z axis movements.

I only need to re-configure my printer-profiles again to verify that it works.
Then I will close this Bug Report.

m

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#8 2016-09-01 07:30:32

Kvirre
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Re: Build 1220 - Cant Abort / Stop print

After many experiments I found that NanoDLPs started prints can't be stopped if [[WaitForDoneMessage]] can't be delivered.
This is not optimal, and force stop from setup page does not help.

I would recommend to check for "Stop" criteria in the [[WaitForDoneMessage]] loop.

Last edited by Kvirre (2016-09-01 07:31:05)

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#9 2016-09-01 14:18:37

Shahin
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Re: Build 1220 - Cant Abort / Stop print

[[WaitForDoneMessage]] loop is checking force stop command. If it does not work for you, please share debug file.

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#10 2016-09-02 08:41:17

Kvirre
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Re: Build 1220 - Cant Abort / Stop print

Debuglog found in the beginning of the thread

Last edited by Kvirre (2016-09-02 08:41:55)

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#11 2016-09-02 20:30:46

Shahin
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Re: Build 1220 - Cant Abort / Stop print

Have you tried pressing force stop twice?

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