OctoPrint Delta Calibration Plugin!

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Re: OctoPrint Plugin!

Postby geneb » Sat Mar 11, 2017 1:27 pm

Correct! :)

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Re: OctoPrint Plugin!

Postby martins » Mon Mar 27, 2017 4:59 pm

awesome:) geneb please change thread title to Octoprint Delta calibration plugin :)

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Re: OctoPrint Delta Calibration Plugin!

Postby sfuelberth » Sat Apr 29, 2017 10:00 pm

Just curious here why the load firmware and calibrate are not one button? Would you not always load the firmware before calibrating?

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Re: OctoPrint Delta Calibration Plugin!

Postby geneb » Mon May 01, 2017 9:50 am

Because it's JavaScript and I couldn't make it do both at the same time. It's quite likely that it's technically possible, but JavaScript & its environment gives me a big enough case of the willies that to me, is not worth pursuing. (JavaScript is basically a face-stabbing machine with the blade facing inward instead of outward. :D )

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Re: OctoPrint Delta Calibration Plugin!

Postby Harblar » Wed May 17, 2017 12:17 am

The plugin works great, but I'm curious as to what the proper run up procedure should be before performing it. Run it on a cold bed/hotend, Pre heat them, leave them on, turn them off, etc...

I've tried them multiple ways and (other than z height) don't see an overly large difference in the end results.

I've got a Gecko Tek HT plate/Magnetic base(heatspreader) on order. I'm hoping that'll allow me to get the bed flatter and allow me to print at lower bed temps (thus minimizing the amount of warping). We'll see how that works out! :mrgreen:

In the meantime, How exactly is everyone else doing things?


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