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Haha, so nice, Bravo ! Actually that would be the perfect alarm clock sound :D
Hello Misan, Erivelton, I tweaked the acceleration parameters and set the stepsize to 80 as you both advised. Now everything goes fast and efficiently. I've managed also to use and generate Gcode thanks to Misan "turkeyexporter" plugin and here is what it looks like ! Thanks so much guys for your support, it was a pleasure all along ! If you pass by Paris anyday i'll be happy to share some time with you !
you were right, i connected all the jumpers and now it works smooooothly, it's so nice, even the noises is music to the ears ! Thanks so much ! Now i'm having fun tweaking the speed. Last but not least, it's quite hard to generate G code for the 4xidraw, and what ive done with inkscape is all messed up. So i'll have to find another way. Maybe i'll try the hack you did, though it looks preeeetty complicated :D (meaning way out of my skills) . Once more Misan, thank you sooooo much for your support, it's way beyond appreciated ! Here is a small video i made :
Thanks for such a quick Answer Misan, I'm in love with your machine ! Tahnks to your command i suceeded in scaling down the model, now it all draws in a good scale, i had a second issue, the pen plotter didnt want to go up, i dont know why but then it fixed itselfs. Now it's all jittery and shaky but i love it ! i guess i'll have to experiment with the steps/revolution command that you pointed. Thanks sooooooo much ! it's really a great tool
Hi Misan! Thank you very much for your share. It's a great design and a powerfull tool worht the bucks and time invested :D ! I have kind of a weird issue happening : With your GRBL and Universal Gcode, when i load Mona lisa, the plotter moves as if the drawing was 10 time bigger than supposed to be, i guess it's a small issue but i didnt found where to fix it. Same thing with the 4xidraw Gcode. : Here's a video of how it behvaes.. https://youtu.be/ZUQ0FxJjOZoDo you see any solutions ? Thanks again !
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