Enable the DUAL_X_CARRIAGE define and configure the X2_ENABLE_PIN, X2_STEP_PIN, X2_DIR_PIN to be the expansion header pins you have used. @webhive I'm glad it helped. I just tried Marlin-bugfix-1.1.x from yesterday and my dual Z is working correctly. Any thoughts? Add to cart. //A single Z stepper driver is usually used to drive 2 stepper motors. they are programmed on 1/16. This is not needed but a cool feature. Make sure the current limiting trimpot on the X axis pololu (and the second pololu you swapped out with) isn’t set too low. User name ShawnM, give me a bit as I said I'm getting the printer up and going as I typed this so it may be a few before I'm able to post. Alignment of dual Z-axis steppers. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. You can also try setting MINIMUM_STEPPER_PULSE to 10. Dual Z Stepper Motor Adapter w/Cable quantity. to your account. can you tell me how to modify on the program MKS BASE v1.5? to your account. The speed issue follows the channel. Set Configuration.h like: Swap the cables for the two Z motors AT THE CONTROLLER. On 1.0.x torque is high enough, I can't block it even with three fingers when it connected to the axis rod. Sign in // For Z set the number of stepper drivers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZuyGD4ciwk. If you have a single nozzle, a switching extruder, a mixing extruder, or dual X carriages, specify that below. I just tried Marlin bugfix-1.1.x (c262ea9) with this configuration. Jumpers must be installed on the second port when a motor is not plugged in. I don't need custom values now and use the default ones (16 micro-steps). Contain V1.1 MKS-Gen2Z; USB line Supporting products, not including, need to purchase another: 4 (5) stepping motor: 42 motor with wire Limit switch 3: MKS limit switch Motor drive 4988: 4 or 8825 Display 1: 2004 or 12864 Hot bed 1: MK3 Not sure if anyone has successfully cracked this but I'm trying to set up a dual Z drive using the E1 port as a Z2 stepper driver. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. Tried to enable the "#define Z_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS", from which the second motor is operating, but he has mad speed. Rough diagram _X_ _Y_ _Z1_ _Z2_ _E0_ _Null_ hi my 1.7 stepper motors are using 1.7amp which it to much to share 1 stepper driver so im trying to get the seconded motor to run of e1 (extruder motor) so i can use z dual motors on z and e1 now ive been on google for a few days now and ive gottenthese bits changed in … on/off. Thanks for the update. This fix work well on my Sunhokey Prusa I4. Do both motors turn in the same direction at the same speed? See M422 for Z-Stepper automatic alignment parameter selection. Line 496: Enable this since we have 2 z stepper motors. If turning the current up and setting MINIMUM_STEPPER_PULSE to 10 doesn't help then you could try moving the logical stepper channels to different sockets. pins_RAMPS.h.swapped.zip. When I was investigating my issue, I used the datasheet from the A4982. Sign in And I wouldn't solve it without the help of @kizill, who found the pin collision with POWER_SUPPLY. @thinkyhead I'm pretty sure I have A4982 drivers. @thinkyhead , @Roxy-3D - I'm out of ideas on this one. @Roxy-3D - I'm out of ideas on this one. privacy statement. #if NUM_Z_STEPPER_DRIVERS > 1 Still the same, it doesn't work :(, Z_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS needs to be enabled in configuration_adv.h. #define Y_DRIVER_TYPE TMC2209 Connect 2 motors on one side of X in series to Z stepper driver and connect 2 other motors in series to E1. Have a question about this project? I want to get my NEMA17 on 1/4. I have TMC5160 with this board and motors plugged into Z0 and Z1 are working but I am not sure if the vref needs upping as the stepper is now driving 2 motors? You can do this by pretending to just have one Z motor or go on to configure the G34 lines in configuration.h, As long as your HW is the same and VRefs are set the same you can just use this and BL-Touch Home off the center of the bed just fine. SKR 1.3 with TMC2208 in UART mode on AM8. The board controls both motors as one motor, so you only need to config Z0. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. With DualZ Motor control and DualZ Endstops each ZMotor is driven until it reaches its own endstop. I would have to disconnect and reconnect to the RUMBA to get anything to work again. Better idea is the second one on E1. Here's a long shot. I have enabled #define NUM_Z_STEPPER_DRIVERS 2 and am running all my drivers in UART with jumpers set properly. @thinkyhead you cut out these pin definitions from the bugfix-1.1.x branch yourself. Only one of the ports can be used for independent motor leveling. Two, 2 Z axis motor can be connected to the Z motor 1, Z motor 2, other functions and MKS-Gen is the same. Don't know what the pulse width is when it's set to zero. RAMPS boards have jumpers that can be set up for various amounts of micro-stepping, and some boards have digital control. works The way I read emails and issues caused me to miss this one. #if NUM_Z_STEPPER_DRIVERS > 1 Save your current pins_RAMPS.h file and then drop in one out of the ZIP file. Just unplug one & see if the other is spinning at the normal or the fast speed. Have a question about this project? how to modify microstepping directly in marlin? Bottom line, if you are using ONE driver for TWO Z Motors then plug Z1 into Z1 and the 2nd motor into Z2. 1x Z Rod for Motor Side; All-Metal Dual Z bracket with brass nut and 2x M3 Screws NOTE: Brass nut and 2x M3 Screws provided in parts bag (may not be installed in the bracket) Installation Guide Link; PSU Relocation Downloads; Installation Video . You must use the M671 command to define the X and Y coordinates of the leadscrews. Merge in any Bukobot Configuration.h changes. LinuxFerLife LinuxFerLife. @thinkyhead honestly, I don't remember. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. By default Marlin will assume separate nozzles all moving together on a single carriage. i.e. Does this require 2 z-endstops? - both Z steppers rotate properly, Marlin 1.1.0 - one Z stepper rotates much faster than the other, the other is rotating at the 1.0.? But if you want, I'll start digging in and we can bounce ideas back and forth. Going back and forth between the extremes a few times is usually enough to clear the corrosion/dirt out. #define Z_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS. It's possible. Rough Diagram _X_ _Y_ _Z1_ _Null_ _E0_ _Z2_ Thanks! @code fantôme You need only the jumper on MS3. Thanks man Maybe the pot has some corrosion/dirt in it. 3. The 5160 can work with 60 V & up to 20A so you can say he has no limit. I can't figure out why that's happening. The skr 1.4 has Z0 and Z1 in addition to E0 and E1. Look to enable “Z_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS” in Configuration_adv.h in Marlin. There's not an obvious firmware reason why they'd rotate at different speeds since both step pins are written with the same macro. @JRosello it should be damn near the same, other than E-Step values I think. You will need to increase the current for the z axis, but not double it. Should I open different issue for my case? You can connect the second motor to E0 or E1 and modify Marlin. In my experience printing with a single lead screw on the Z-axis, it works fine with just one. Already on GitHub? asked Jan 11 '19 at 16:04. So, thank you @kizill! It is likely that one of the Z-Axis is out of level after a while. Warranty & Support Information. May be their engineers modified some settings elsewhere excepting Configuration.h and Configuration_adv.h. Well, I cant tell about other boards but the MKS BASE v1.5 that I have can control its microstepping pins. #define NUM_Z_STEPPER_DRIVERS 2 // (1-4) Z options change based on how many Line 572-574: For sensorless homing, I have it set to 0 so that it bumps just once when homing. You signed in with another tab or window. Marlin 1.0.? I glued radiators on top of them so it's pretty hard to see. Z axis Stepper motors not working correctly. Tevo were kind enough to send along a dual axis upgrade kit as well as the TMC2208 upgrade kit. Digging it out would be a challenge. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and It seems to be driving ok apart from the steps per unit seem to be out. #define NUM_Z_STEPPER_DRIVERS 2 // (1-4) Z options change based on how many #define NUM_Z_STEPPER_DRIVERS 1 // (1-4) Z options change based on how many Hmmm, I'm sorry, but I didn't mentioned yet, that I used Marlin 1.0.0 provided by Sunhokey. Description. how to modify microstepping directly in marlin? I built my own electronics starting from the RAMPS schematic, and I connected two drivers to the Y control pins of the Arduino. And the Z2 Endstop are at 'Y_Max' / E1DECT / Pin1.25. @Phantom-Code Thank you! TMC lib is 0.7.1. I'm not an electronics engineer, just a programmer. Works with the Ender 3, Ender 3 Pro, and CR-20 . Does it matter if I change that value to 0? All Products (141) 3D Printer Boards & Addons (9) Auto Bed Leveling Kits (4) Build Sheets/Flex Systems (6) Cables (9) Dual Extrusion Parts (7) eBooks/Books (2) Extruders (6) EZABL/ABL Accessories (8) EZOut Kits/Packages (11) Fans (10) … Also, I can upload ZIP, if it still needed :) All you need to do is swap the cables Sunhokey Prusa i3 axis x, y, z? I realized today that in the video that the one Z motor was running a lot faster with 1.1.x than with 1.0.x. @Phantom-Code — The reason I ask is because we now have a MOTHERBOARD named BOARD_MKS_BASE_HEROIC that defines the needed micro-stepping pins and proper HIGH/LOW combinations used to set them. Please try Marlin RC8. Z motors spin at different speeds in same direction This instructable is meant for owners of RepRap and other 3d Printers which use 2 stepper motors for the Z axis, as commonly seen in the Prusa or Mendel styles of printers, among many others. This issue has been automatically locked since there has not been any recent activity after it was closed. I have de same problem. For Heroic HR4982 steppers the only allowed values are: And for other drivers the allowed values are: If you find that M351 S1 X0 plus M351 S2 X1 sets X micro-stepping to 128x (in testing, G1 X... will move less far) then you have Heroic drivers. People using RAMPS with RepRaps, ORD Bots and other 3D printers wire their two Z motors in parallel. The default configuration for most controller electronics such as RAMPS is to have the motors connected in parallel. Do both motors turn in the same direction at the same speed? I'm planning to upgrade my electronics with a relay to do that... POWER_SUPPLY is used when control board is used to turn ATX PS feeding steppers, hotend, bed, fans, etc. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts Without a doubt, setting the amount of steps a stepper motor needs to move per mm is important for dimensional accuracy. See if it's better behaved with this file when using bugfix-1.1.x (We're only supporting up to MKS BASE 1.4.). Ok, hopefully this clarifies a bit more from what I have gotten via "translation" and trial and error regarding dual Z motors. #define E0_DRIVER_TYPE TMC2209, My single motor dual Z Marlin Configuration_adv.h: If your config files are up to date then please post them here. It doesn't matter if one or more motors are actually connected. The only thing I can think of that the firmware change might have affected is the step pulse width to the controller chips. // // Uncomment this option to use a separate stepper driver for each Z axis motor. @shawnsm Thanks!! Just got the skr 1.4 turbo and have been pulling my teeth trying to configure it to work with my Ender 5 plus. I'll as SKR arrives... damn a month and a half waiting. The same hw works very well with Marlin 1.0.0, I've changed firmware several times and ensured that it's software/configuration problem, no stepping motor adjustment needed. // In that case I guess we'll add MKS_BASE_15 for a board that has digital micro-stepping, but not the HR drivers. #define X_DRIVER_TYPE TMC2209 I have the same problem with Marlin 1.1.0 (branch «1.1.x»), one motor turns much more faster than another «original» z-axis, being connected to «Z-mot » port. Will also have NEO Pixel info and using "extra" pins for fan control as these are things that bugged me... P.S. speed, Marlin bugfix-1.1.x - same problem as Marlin 1.1.0. Another really far out idea would be to play with the pin assignments and see if we can find a pair of channels that rotate at the same speed. It can get a high printing speed and higher printing precision. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZuyGD4ciwk, Hi, you are on the right way. I have Allegro driver Hello I have spare board MKS Base v1.5 and can make more photos at any time (just ask), but don't have motors for experiments, I'll have to use my printer. Yes, I cooked it from the scratch :) One-by-one, taking care about deprecated parameters. Swap the cables for the two Z motors AT THE CONTROLLER. This value should be set to the total number of E stepper motors on the machine, even if there’s only a single nozzle. 4. When I issue M43 I, there are no extra functions assigned to the Z and the E1/Z2 pins. Disconnect the two Z motors from the belts/screws so the motors can turn freely. Thanks appswert Was trying to avoid going through the new Marlin firmware, Geeetech must have removed some stuff from the code. Hi, yes of course! Yes, I also was the one who added them in the first place. pins_RAMPS.zip. To set 8x on X and Y axes the command would be M350 X8 Y8. Already on GitHub? #define Z2_DRIVER_TYPE TMC2209 // Instead this will fire up the E1 port for your 2nd Z We discussed micro-stepping pins for MKS BASE 1.5 earlier in this thread and I was able to change them programmatically before I solved my issue. Did you transfer your machine specific items to the config files that came with 1.1.0 ? Unfortunately it means you'll have to translate the config files as names and options have changed between RC8 & 1.1.x. I apologize. If the stepper current is too low then we'd be losing steps, not gaining them. The over current threshold is dependent on the Vref setting. You signed in with another tab or window. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and 173 1 1 silver badge 3 3 bronze badges $\endgroup$ add a comment | 1 Answer Active Oldest Votes. Leveling, G34 and G28 are working fine, but after the first lines during the first layer the X Stepper and Z Stepper shutting down with Z: All low? one of the motors is turning further than the other per demanded distance and the bed goes out of true. Bottom line, if you are using ONE driver for TWO Z Motors then plug Z1 into Z1 and the 2nd motor into Z2. You don't have to tell the printer that there are two motors connected. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: see this video #define Z_DRIVER_TYPE TMC2209 // This would drive BOTH Z Motors plugged in at Z1 and Z2 Download the dual x-carriage Marlin firmware (see link at top). Do both motors turn in the same direction at the same speed? Please send a photo of how the Z2 motor is attached to the controller. Are they A4982 or are they HR4982? If you just dropped in the ones from RC8 and older can get strange results (and a lot of compiler errors). Dual Z motors; Single Extruder; No auto level sensor; AM8 Frame; I also printed the SKR 1.3 mount.STL made by neb1 from Thingiverse, in order to mount the board on the AM8 2020 aluminium frame. Usually if the pulse is too narrow then we'd be losing steps. 4. Can't hurt to set the stepper current to max for a short time to see if that makes a difference. But it would exhibit the same behavior. I activated DualZMotor and can now use DualZ Endstops. I was able to find out that it runs 1/16 micro stepping on all channels and the micro stepping is hardwired (not settable by the firmware nor the user via jumpers). 4. Marlin will see a single stepper motor. Marlin firmware 1.0.x by Sunhokey. Ive built 2 printers from scratch so know the basics of setting up the configuration.h and all the other stuff that will need changing. And if you find that you have non-Heroic stepper drivers, then we will need to add a new board, BOARD_MKS_BASE_15. He's running dual Z drivers on a MKS Base v1.5 controller and seeing the following: I'm sorry. 9. If that same combination sets X micro-stepping to 4x (in testing, G1 X... will move farther) then you have non-Heroic drivers. Increasing Vref might actually be a solution. I'm doing the same mod on my SWX1 and having some issues. Z-Axis doesn't work only during printing. @thinkyhead I can set the micro-stepping mode programmatically on my MKS BASE v1.5. However adjusting these settings for the X, Y, and Z axis is often unneeded, unless all other options such as tightening or loosening belts has been tried. I'm not sure if you go the answer to your question, but the short answer is that the NUM_Z_STEPPER_DRIVERS should be 1. It's about as easy to hack the hardware, too. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Bla, Bla, Bla, If running TWO drivers for TWO Z motors, one for EACH Z axis then plug Z1 into Z1 and Z2 into E1. Re: RAMPS 1.4 & Marlin driving dual Y steppers. Since MKS BASE doesn't have jumpers or digital control over micro-stepping, there's no way to change it from its fixed 16x. I had custom updated Marlin 1.1.3 which was work well until I updated it today to 1.1.8 and got the same issue - Z axis motors rotated with different speed. Whomever was my helpful authority on MKS BASE at the time didn't seem to know about different board versions. #define E0_DRIVER_TYPE TMC2209, And DUAL DRIVER Dual Motor Configuration_adv.h: Before I kick this up to more experienced people, lets see if we can better identify when things went wrong. Does that firmware-controlled power supply option that @fiveangle says, is when I use a relay to turn ON/OFF the printer using a Raspberry Pi and octoprint? Z_STEP and E1_STEP have no other functions assigned to those pins. @Bob-the-Kuhn, I'll try your seggestions ASAP. privacy statement. If you want use endstops you need to cut the drag pin. If you have an MKS BASE with Heroic HR4982 stepper drivers then you would first set your MOTHERBOARD to BOARD_MKS_BASE_HEROIC. for marlin 1.1.9 - does this work on MKS Gen L board, setting Z_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS using E1 as Z2? I was just looking through the A4988 data sheet and it'll try to recover from an over current event every 20-40uS. bugfix-1.1.x Z motors spin at different speeds in same direction. Has he the same micro-stepping jumpers installed for both stepper drivers (Z and E1)? in later versions of Marlin, this changed to NUM_Z_STEPPER_DRIVERS which we would want to set to a value of 2 . If there's just one set of header pins (or one Z-motor socket of some other kind) ... Z Axis getting stuck with Marlin 1.1.0-RC7. The driver ICs are soldered to the board. I wonder if this is why there are apparently more steps than should be. For my part I try to do the opposite. He's running dual Z drivers on a MKS Base v1.5 controller and seeing the following: Since it's an MKS product we can't get a schematic for it. Hi Swapping stepper cables moves the extra speed to the other stepper. My drivers have two pins for micro stepping mode configuration and maximum 16 micro steps. Marlin - Rumba - Dual Z drivers, z movement breaks movement on all axis December 12, 2015 12:50PM Registered: 4 years ago Posts: 7 ... And oddly after trying to move the Z motors neither X or Y axis motors would work after that. The biggest improvement in this kit are the Trinamic drivers, which make the machine run smoothly and quietly. I set X2_MIN_POS to 80 (this prevents the second extruder colliding with the first) and X2_MAX_POS to ~350 (this is the distance between … 3D printer stepper motors only going one direction and skipping in the other. Bla, Bla, Bla. 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