Manual gcode commands

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Manual gcode commands

Postby Aurora900 » Sun Oct 05, 2014 5:44 pm

I just finished building my rostock max v2 and i'm following the manual for calibration and it tells me to send a gcode command in the manual control window, but theres no option anywhere to type in gcode. I'm really confused... I'm looking everywhere in the program for this option and I dont see it anywhere!

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Re: Manual gcode commands

Postby Aurora900 » Sun Oct 05, 2014 5:48 pm

Nevermind... I'm stupid... you apparently have to hit the easy button and turn easy mode off. The manual does not mention this....

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Re: Manual gcode commands

Postby crocky » Sun Oct 05, 2014 8:48 pm

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Re: Manual gcode commands

Postby McSlappy » Sun Oct 05, 2014 11:03 pm

Yeah the 'easy' button in Repetier... The very definition of a contradiction in my opinion. I can't even tell what it does except to make my life hard :)
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Re: Manual gcode commands

Postby Aurora900 » Tue Oct 07, 2014 1:30 pm

McSlappy wrote:Yeah the 'easy' button in Repetier... The very definition of a contradiction in my opinion. I can't even tell what it does except to make my life hard :)

It's silly isn't it? I also spent a couple minutes trying to figure out where the log is... lol And I wish the log could be broken out from the rest of the program... It's crammed in on the bottom and if I want to see the long I have to squish everything else :/

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Re: Manual gcode commands

Postby zerakren » Wed Apr 01, 2015 6:59 am

I was also stuck on this for while. The eazy button gave me a very hard time.

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Re: Manual gcode commands

Postby Jimustanguitar » Wed Apr 01, 2015 7:41 am

For other commands, the first page of the Repetier firmware is a nice reference:

Implemented Codes

- G0 -> G1
- G1 - Coordinated Movement X Y Z E
- G4 - Dwell S<seconds> or P<milliseconds>
- G20 - Units for G0/G1 are inches.
- G21 - Units for G0/G1 are mm.
- G28 - Home all axis or named axis.
- G29 S<0..2> - Z-Probe at the 3 defined probe points. S = 1 measure avg. zHeight, S = 2 store avg zHeight
- G30 - Single z-probe at current position
- G31 - Write signal of probe sensor
- G32 S<0..2> P<0..1> - Autolevel print bed. S = 1 measure zLength, S = 2 Measue and store new zLength, P = 1 iterative correction for delta
- G90 - Use absolute coordinates
- G91 - Use relative coordinates
- G92 - Set current position to cordinates given
- G131 - set extruder offset position to 0 - needed for calibration with G132
- G132 - calibrate endstop positions. Call this, after calling G131 and after centering the extruder holder.

RepRap M Codes

- M104 - Set extruder target temp
- M105 - Read current temp
- M106 - Fan on
- M107 - Fan off
- M109 - Wait for extruder current temp to reach target temp.
- M114 - Display current position

Custom M Codes

- M20 - List SD card
- M21 - Init SD card
- M22 - Release SD card
- M23 - Select SD file (M23 filename.g)
- M24 - Start/resume SD print
- M25 - Pause SD print
- M26 - Set SD position in bytes (M26 S12345)
- M27 - Report SD print status
- M28 - Start SD write (M28 filename.g)
- M29 - Stop SD write
- M30 <filename> - Delete file on sd card
- M32 <dirname> create subdirectory
- M42 P<pin number> S<value 0..255> - Change output of pin P to S. Does not work on most important pins.
- M80 - Turn on power supply
- M81 - Turn off power supply
- M82 - Set E codes absolute (default)
- M83 - Set E codes relative while in Absolute Coordinates (G90) mode
- M84 - Disable steppers until next move,
or use S<seconds> to specify an inactivity timeout, after which the steppers will be disabled. S0 to disable the timeout.
- M85 - Set inactivity shutdown timer with parameter S<seconds>. To disable set zero (default)
- M92 - Set axisStepsPerMM - same syntax as G92
- M104 S<temp> T<extruder> P1 F1 - Set temperature without wait. P1 = wait for moves to finish, F1 = beep when temp. reached first time
- M105 X0 - Get temperatures. If X0 is added, the raw analog values are also written.
- M112 - Emergency kill
- M115- Capabilities string
- M116 - Wait for all temperatures in a +/- 1 degree range
- M117 <message> - Write message in status row on lcd
- M119 - Report endstop status
- M140 S<temp> F1 - Set bed target temp, F1 makes a beep when temperature is reached the first time
- M190 - Wait for bed current temp to reach target temp.
- M201 - Set max acceleration in units/s^2 for print moves (M201 X1000 Y1000)
- M202 - Set max acceleration in units/s^2 for travel moves (M202 X1000 Y1000)
- M203 - Set temperture monitor to Sx
- M204 - Set PID parameter X => Kp Y => Ki Z => Kd S<extruder> Default is current extruder. NUM_EXTRUDER=Heated bed
- M205 - Output EEPROM settings
- M206 - Set EEPROM value
- M207 X<XY jerk> Z<Z Jerk> E<ExtruderJerk> - Changes current jerk values, but do not store them in eeprom.
- M220 S<Feedrate multiplier in percent> - Increase/decrease given feedrate
- M221 S<Extrusion flow multiplier in percent> - Increase/decrease given flow rate
- M231 S<OPS_MODE> X<Min_Distance> Y<Retract> Z<Backlash> F<ReatrctMove> - Set OPS parameter
- M232 - Read and reset max. advance values
- M233 X<AdvanceK> Y<AdvanceL> - Set temporary advance K-value to X and linear term advanceL to Y
- M251 Measure Z steps from homing stop (Delta printers). S0 - Reset, S1 - Print, S2 - Store to Z length (also EEPROM if enabled)
- M280 S<mode> - Set ditto printing mode. mode: 0 = off, 1 = on
- M300 S<Frequency> P<DurationMillis> play frequency
- M303 P<extruder/bed> S<printTemerature> X0 - Autodetect pid values. Use P<NUM_EXTRUDER> for heated bed. X0 saves result in EEPROM.
- M320 - Activate autolevel
- M321 - Deactivate autolevel
- M322 - Reset autolevel matrix
- M340 P<servoId> S<pulseInUS> : servoID = 0..3, Servos are controlled by a pulse with normally between 500 and 2500 with 1500ms in center position. 0 turns servo off.
- M350 S<mstepsAll> X<mstepsX> Y<mstepsY> Z<mstepsZ> E<mstepsE0> P<mstespE1> : Set microstepping on RAMBO board
- M400 - Wait until move buffers empty.
- M401 - Store x, y and z position.
- M402 - Go to stored position. If X, Y or Z is specified, only these coordinates are used. F changes feedrate fo rthat move.
- M500 Store settings to EEPROM
- M501 Load settings from EEPROM
- M502 Reset settings to the one in configuration.h. Does not store values in EEPROM!
- M908 P<address> S<value> : Set stepper current for digipot (RAMBO board)
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