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Settings file locations

Postby Shizuma » Wed Mar 26, 2014 11:22 am

I have Repetier Host setup on my laptop but I have another computer I'd like to install Repetier Host on to use for printing and I was wondering if anyone knows where all the setting files for material, print settings, etc are so that I can copy them over from my laptop onto the other computer.

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Re: Settings file locations

Postby Jimustanguitar » Wed Mar 26, 2014 11:29 am

Slicer can export these settings.

For printer setup in Repetier (i.e. connection speed, printer geometry, etc) I'm not sure if this is a feature or not.


You could name your printer something unique and search the repetier folder for that name to see if a config file is generated.

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Re: Settings file locations

Postby Shizuma » Wed Mar 26, 2014 11:40 am

Thanks, I'll try that when I get home. I haven't actually looked at it to see yet where they were and just thought about it while I was sitting here at work, and I wasn't sure if it was in files named what I named each setting, a generic config.ini type file, or embedded into the program in some other way.

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Re: Settings file locations

Postby Shizuma » Thu Mar 27, 2014 4:02 pm

I did try doing a search on what I named the printer profile, no luck, it must be in a separate generic config file.

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Re: Settings file locations

Postby Eaglezsoar » Thu Mar 27, 2014 5:19 pm

Shizuma wrote:I did try doing a search on what I named the printer profile, no luck, it must be in a separate generic config file.

In windows these are usually kept in a folder C:\users\username\appdata\roaming\Slic3r
This is Windows 7 and mileage may vary.

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Re: Settings file locations

Postby JohnStack » Thu Mar 27, 2014 9:50 pm

I haven't been able to find it on a mac, there are the traditional settings but launching Slicer in Repetier yields other things. I've looked in the Repetier Application contents (show contents), looked at PLIST files, etc...

Can't seem to find them. I did find an XML file - which gives a pretty thorough list of Gcode commands and stripped it. Contents are here:


G0- Rapid move
X optional=1X position
Y optional=1Y position
Z optional=1Z position
E optional=1Extruder position
F optional=1Feedrate
- Move fast to the given position. Movement doesn't need to be a straight line.
***

G1- Controlled move
X optional=1X position
Y optional=1Y position
Z optional=1Z position
E optional=1Extruder position
F optional=1Feedrate
- Move in a line to the given position.
***
G28- Move to origin
X optional=1Move X axis
Y optional=1Move Y axis
Z optional=1Move Z axis
- Moves the given axis to its origin. Given values are ignored.
***
G4- Dwell
P optional=1Time in milliseconds
S optional=1Time in seconds
- Do nothing for the given time.
***
G20- Set units to inches
- Units from now on are in inches.
***
G21- Set units to millimeter
- Units from now on are in millimeter.
***
G90- Absolute positioning
- Coordinates are absolute to origin.
***
G91- Relative positioning
- Coordinates are relative to last position.
***
G92- Set position
X optional=1X position
Y optional=1Y position
Z optional=1Z position
E optional=1Extruder position
- Changes the origin, so that the current position represents the given coordinates.
***
M104- Set extruder temperature (fast)
S optional=1Temperature in °Celsius
- Sets target temperature and returns immediately.
***
M109- Set extruder temperature
S optional=1Temperature in °Celsius
- Sets target temperature and waits until temperature is reached.
***
M105- Get temperatures
- Returns extruder and heated bed temperature.
***
M106- Fan on
S optional=1Fan speed (0..255)
- Turns the fan on.
***
M107- Fan off
- Turns the fan off.
***
M108- Set extruder speed
- Sets extruder motor speed. Deprecated in current firmware.
***
M110- Set line number
N optional=0Line number
- Used only from host software.
***
M112- Emergency stop
- Stops doing anything discarding buffered commands.
***
M113- Set extruder PWM
S optional=0Power 0-1
- Sets extruder power. .5 means 50%.
***
M140- Set heated bed temperature (fast)
S optional=1Temperature in °Celsius
- Sets target temperature and returns immediately.
***
M141- Set chamber temperature (fast)
S optional=1Temperature in °Celsius
- Sets target temperature for the chamber and returns immediately.
***
M116- Wait
- Wait until target tempertures for extruder and heated bed are reached.
***
M114- Get current position
- Returns the current position to the host.
***
M115- Firmware version and capabilities
- Returns the firmware and capabilites.
***
M119- Get endstop status
- Returns the status of all endstops.
***
M20- List SD card
- Returns the files stored on SD card.
***
M21- Initialize SD card
- Initializes SD card.
***
M22- Release SD card
- Releases SD card.
***
M23- Select file on SD card
optional=0Filename
- Selects a file for printing.
***
M24- Start/resume SD print
- Starts or resumes printing the selected file.
***
M25- Pause SD print
- Pauses printing from SD card.
***
M26- Set SD position
S optional=0File position
- Moves the printing pointer to the given position.
***
M27- Report SD print status
- Returns status of SD print.
***
M28- Begin writing to SD card
optional=0Filename
- The following commands are stored in the given file on SD card.
***
M29- Stop writing to SD card
- Stops writing to SD card. The following commands are executed.
***
M30- Delete file on SD card
optional=0Filename
- Deletes given file from SD card.
***
M82- Disable extruder relative mode
- Disables relive mode for extruder values.
***
M83- Enable extruder relative mode
- Enable relative mode for extuder values.
***
M84- Disable motors
- Disable motors if enabled. May shift extruder position!
***
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Re: Settings file locations

Postby cjdavis618 » Mon Dec 08, 2014 10:20 am

I went on this quest myself and found that the settings for repetier are in the registry in Windows.

Here is the snippet from the repetier site.
Host settings

The host settings are stored in the windows registry or for linux users, in the $HOME/.mono directory. In Windows press Win+R and enter regedit as command. You see the registry tree to the left and to the right the values for the selected key folder. The host stores all it’s data in HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Repetier and it’s subfolders. If you have a good working configuration, you can export that tree in the editor. You can also delete the Repetier key folder and the host will create a fresh one on the next startup. If you have a custom host version, the path is named according to the printer vendor and you should reinstall the host after deleting the key.


Link to original page - http://www.repetier.com/documentation/r ... eshooting/


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