It's possible the issue only presents itself the first time you've enabled TMC5160 in config. The information (TEXT ONLY) provided by the Marine Life Information Network (MarLIN) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Please add a reply if you want to keep this issue active, otherwise it will be automatically closed within 7 days. I don't think this has lacked activity. I seem to have solved the issue by increasing the HOMING_BUMP_MM and enabling SENSORLESS_BACKOFF_MM as follows: I've lowered these values, and they seem to be working fine. What's interesting is that, when I enable IMPROVE_HOMING_RELIABILITY, the thresholds seem to change. Steps to Reproduce. X axis should hit the endstop softly and register the stop immediately. You can try saving EEPROM with M500 and see if the LCD is properly initiated after that. What … Configs: Ender-3 - SKR 1.3 - Marlin-bugfix-2.0.x - 940ff8e - 5-11-19.zip. oki, if you have the same issue we can reopen and even slam the confirmed label on it. The forehead rises at a shallow angle and has a slight bump. Expected behavior: [What you expect to happen]. For the E3D Toolchanger (beta) we have —running RepRapFirmware— we had the same problem, and finally just gave up on combined homing of XY. If your builds are using this version, please update them to 0.7.1 and re-test. That's the case for me. So the end position is warranted to be near the diagonal to the corner. well there are many updates applied every day/week and you will need to watch the commits to figure out if any update might have fixed the problem, marlin is not a company and we all work for free. Each axis is backed off and re-bumped according to the [XYZ]_HOME_BUMP_MM and HOMING_BUMP_DIVISOR settings. But what's the output of M119 after a "G28 XY"? The lower jaw has a single pair of teeth (exposed only in adult males). The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: Here's a clearer video of the behaviour: https://photos.app.goo.gl/LBgrf79Hmc3Cm9Js7 I do not know if this is related, but it is possible that sensorless homing issues may be caused by TMCStepper 0.7.0. Bump sensitivity might be dependent on motor current. There's been a number of commits, it seems, that tried to address this problem. M500 --> store it. I'm really surprised given how popular the TMC2209's are, that nobody with domain knowledge has tackled this. Marlin Firmware Open Source 3D Printer Driver. As soon as I home X and Y together (for e.g, with G28 XY), I get the grinding issue (about 90% of the time). But I think I found the solution, at least for my case. Completely off topic (kind of), but the X axis now homes 3 times, twice as normal and then after the second home, a bigger back off and a 3rd home is performed. Marlin 2.0.5.3; Square Wave Stepping (Beta Feature) ... *Bump sensitivity set to 100 for X and Y this will need to be configured according to your machine as they all behave differently, these values can be changed on the touch screen and are found under machine settings-parameters, or by the terminal using the M914 command. In order to do that simply minimize Notepad++ (but leave the windows open) Use your Windows File Explorer and navigate to \STM32-master\Marlin_ER20\Marlin\src\pins\stm32f1\ inside the eryone firmware folder. I remember looking at the changes in Git from my previous code to current, and seeing a line change in 'configuration.h': [BUG] Harsh X axis sensorless homing on TMC2209. I never said or assumed you're a company and work for profit? @drewzh I haven't had a chance to do enough troubleshooting but I wonder if increasing the "recheck distance" (the distance the bed/extruder moves away from the extruder then towards it to check the end stop the second time) would help. I have some issues with Sensorless Homing again as well. MultiTrac is an acclaimed suspension system, fine-tuned to have a balanced ride capable of absorbing big hits with an efficient pedaling platform. I don't plan to switch back to sensorless until I see any sort of update. Remove stale label / comment or this will be closed in 5 days. This is reported by not only myself, but another member of the "BIQU SKR Owners Group" over on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/247860246136776/permalink/331864144403052/?comment_id=332138477708952&reply_comment_id=333026657620134&comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22R%22%7D, https://www.facebook.com/groups/247860246136776/permalink/331864144403052/?comment_id=332138477708952&reply_comment_id=333041497618650&comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22R%22%7D. reopened. I hit this issue while setting up my new SKR 1.4 Turbo with TMC2209s using the bugfix branch at 10601a9. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. The main culprit for me was making sure that what else you've tried in the meantime, and possibly this issue will be I'm running the SKR1.4 Turbo + TMC2209 V1.2 on the latest Marlin bugfix 2.0.x, and having the same issue. This issue has been automatically locked since there has not been any recent activity after it was closed. I remember thinking, cool, faster XY homing. Well I just replaced the speed back to 20 * 60, and not only did it fix the problem, but I was also able to significantly drop the TMC Bump Sensitivity value (X & Y from 65 back to 25). In either case, Y does not grind for me. It’s also a good idea to add these two lines [home bump] right after the sensitivity settings to keep the printer from bumping into the axis ends too often. Since the board equipped with EEPROM, Marlin has stored the sensitivity data (in my case 0) and whenever I was uploading a new software, used the EEPROM stored value. The impossibility of safe automatic sensorless homing. Resetting EEPROM should be standard practise after flashing a new firmware. I may have something similar. No change with powering the printer on and off. If you'd like me to diagnose further, just tell me what I can test, I have no idea where to start. @@ -1940,10 +1940,12 @@ * Connect the stepper driver's DIAG1 pin to the X/Y endstop pin. Interesting - I just checked my platformio libdeps and TMCStepper is at 0.7.1...I wonder if the update to bugfix was just a red herring and it's actually this library that's fixed it? MultiTrac is an acclaimed suspension system, fine-tuned to have a balanced ride capable of absorbing big hits with an efficient pedaling platform. with CODEPENDENT_XY_HOMING enabled and QUICK_HOME disabled it has improved but the harsh homing on X-axis is still there. https://github.com/drewzh/Marlin/blob/bugfix-2.0.x/Marlin/Configuration.h, https://github.com/drewzh/Marlin/blob/bugfix-2.0.x/Marlin/Configuration_adv.h, https://photos.app.goo.gl/LBgrf79Hmc3Cm9Js7, The impossibility of safe automatic sensorless homing, Issue a full auto home of X and Y axis with either G28 or G28 X Y. Auto-home one or more axes, moving them towards their endstops until triggered. Marlin's help article about the TMC drivers: ... And you can bump the voltage up to as high as 36V according to ultimachine, and you actually just sort of get a free lunch here: the extra voltage will increase the strength and performance of the motors even if the drive current stays fixed. Reliable and precise, Marlin delivers outstanding print quality while keeping you in full control of the process. This issue is stale because it has been open 30 days with no activity. Most recent Marlin 2.x bugfix G28 XY. Ender 3 Pro SKR 1.4 Turbo w/ TMC2209 Before STALGUARD can detect an axes end reliably, without grinding, it has to move SOME_WAY before. But X and Y values are always set to 0 after initilisation (Power on or Reset) while M122 command shows default values defined in Marlin. The colouration of the sea slug is blotchy and variable and can be yellow, green, brown or pink. Since the board equipped with EEPROM, Marlin has stored the sensitivity data (in my case 0) and whenever I was uploading a new software, used the EEPROM stored value. Does the behaviour change after powering the printer off and on again? Did I miss something in configuration process ? I've personally given up on them for now - I've already burnt many hours testing new dev builds over the course of a few months and I just don't have the time anymore. Setting TMC bump sensitivity (M914) via terminal only adjust TMC bump sensitivity for the X stepper driver but not for the Y stepper driver (at least for me). Set a new target heated bed temperature and continue without waiting. Right ? You signed in with another tab or window. First created in 2011 for RepRap and Ultimaker by Erik van der Zalm et. Second day, with no changes, it started doing the "grinding" sound on X axis when homing X and Y together. It has a ring of eight or nine upright feathery gills close to the posterior end, which are quickly retracted when a disturbance is sensed. Moreover, every change made from LCD panel are correctly taken into account, still confirmed by M122. So my guess is that with true endstops, the faster speed is okay, however with Sensorless, it causes either noise that blocks the bump, or less power at the faster speed, so the bump doesn't register? It has a distinct beak and the mouthline is curved down at rear. I'm trying to set-up a printer SKRv1.3-based with sensorless homing feature, using TMC5160 on X and Y axis. Things seem to be much smoother now - though I haven't checked whether IMPROVE_HOMING_RELIABILITY actually changed the behaviour, but after this current print is finished I'll re-enable and give it another check. If you wanna get rid of this problem, give out the following commands: M502 --> resetting the values to the hardcoded params The motherboard is an eryone specific development and is NOT included in the standard marlin. Hotend moves a mm or so and stops. The already hit axis can't move forward and backs up to make the second try - what works. One more thing that I realized is that with Z, you don’t really want bump homing so Marlin documentation is spot-on about that. * It is advised to set X/Y_HOME_BUMP_MM to 0. Right ? The rocker link provides a progressive leverage ratio for the rear shock for small bump sensitivity and the feeling of a long travel system on large drops and rocks. privacy statement. If you haven't, please tell us As long as I have the option disabled, it seems to work fine. Have a question about this project? Ender-3 - SKR 1.3 - Marlin-bugfix-2.0.x - 940ff8e - 5-11-19.zip, [BUG] (TMC2208 hybrid_threshold not updating board). Sowerby's beaked whale is a small beaked whale that can reach up to 5.5 m in length. Michel. Use this command to set the bump sensitivity for the X, Y, and Z stepper drivers. * It is advised to set X/Y/Z_HOME_BUMP_MM to 0. Especially the 'Additional difficulties with Quick- and DELTA- Homing.' This issue has had no activity in the last 30 days. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. But I won't be testing sensorless homing on the 2209's again unless someone hints that it's actually been fixed. Disabling QUICK_HOME is definitely a solution... but this problem has been around for a while and not necessarily associated with TMC and sensorless homing. If I manually move to each 0 via gcode it is fine so nothing mechanical seems to be a problem. Note that Y axis homes softly as expected and X axis takes too long to register, resulting in a rough home. to your account, Bonjour à tous, Sensorless homing works fine and running M122 , returns the correct values from EEPROM for all three of these commits. A way to fix could be, to back up both axes (that with the not hit endstop could de enough (if easy detectable)) at least SOME_WAY after the diagonal move and before the homing of the individual axes. But X and Y values are always set to 0 after initilisation (Power on or Reset) while M122 command shows default values defined in Marlin. I am also running an SKR 1.3 with genuine 5160 Watterott drivers in SPI/sensorless homing mode on an Ender-3 with the bugfix-2.0.x commit (940ff8e) from yesterday and the a613bca commit from 5/10/19. Hardware. A quick test for the theory would be to configure HOMING_BUMP_MM asymmetric for x and y by + SENSORLESS_BACKOFF_MM of that axis. It's also possible that since TMC5160 support is still so new, not all bugs have been fixed. This is not a big deal for me as it won't save that much time. The only way to really make it semi-work is to force the homing of X and Y one at a time. @boelle Yes, unfortunately so - I update to the latest bugfix branch almost every week in hopes that it's somehow magically solves, but alas... still the same :(. Hi. If X homes before Y, then X grinds, and vice versa. I guess this problem is related to By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and #define HOMING_FEEDRATE_XY (20 * 60) Without the feature, M914 X100 Y128 seems to work really well. This issue as far as I'm aware has been resolved already. move marlin to the root of a drive and rename it M delete unused HALS (don' t removed shared!) Not familiar enough with the code and electronics to say for certain. IMAGES and other media featured on this page are each governed by their own terms and conditions and they may or may not be available for reuse. This issue is being closed due to lack of activity. The information (TEXT ONLY) provided by the Marine Life Information Network (MarLIN) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. The sensorless homing works - but it's rough as hell. If the above is true, DELTAs have the same problem when the start-position is with all carriages at the same (+-SOME_WAY) height. When using SENSORLESS_HOMING with TMC2209 drivers. https://github.com/drewzh/Marlin/blob/bugfix-2.0.x/Marlin/Configuration.h The X axis hits the endstop abruptly, whilst the Y endstop is very soft. See M422 for Z-Stepper automatic alignment parameter selection. Most 3D printer electronics include a little bit of storage (512K, 3K, or more) called EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory) that persists when the power is off. When I disabled quick home, there were still instances of the behaviour at other times (sorry I can't be more specific), so the issue isn't solved by homing in sequence, but it is masked in the usual pre-print G28. Using 'Home X' or 'Home Y' on the LCD screen, or G28 X and G28 … Already on GitHub? The bugged release was live for about a week and affected only the SW Serial use. M502 --> resetting the values to the hardcoded params to your account, Setup: Ender 3 Pro with SKR 1.3 and Bigtree TMC22209 in UART Start high, for example M914 X192 Y192 and then decrease the value until it only triggers when bumping the end of the rails. Please open a new issue for related bugs. * Higher values make the system LESS sensitive. In the end, sensorless homing in working fine (only tested on X only yet) with values defined in config_adv.h, but it’s very confusing behavior. By default probe in the current position. I also noticed that homing a single axis, also makes the opposite axis 'twitch' after being homed - not sure if this is expected or a previously seen behaviour? A few things got in the way :) I've just re-flashed with latest bugfix-2.0.x today and checked that IMPROVE_HOMING_RELIABILITY is switched off. G28 and X grinds (Y does not), G28 X = No grind. If you have solved the This feature is so sensitive that it can actually take the place of traditional endstops. It failed 20 tests on 800ma and failed 0 on 200ma. Sign in (no CoreXY but Prusa-Style-Printer) Right now i am using commit cbcb284 and didn't changed anything on my setup so far. Already on GitHub? In this video, I show you how to configure Marlin 2.0 for the SKR 1.3 mainboard with TMC2209 stepper drivers and sensorless homing. Actual behavior: Axis don't move, X/Y endstops are triggered. issue, please let us know how you solved it. The rocker link provides a progressive leverage ratio for the rear shock for small bump sensitivity and the feeling of a long travel system on large drops and rocks. Even with -64 sensitivity I can't make it to work. Hello, my name is Daniel, welcome to the CrossLink channel. Sorry took me longer to test as the rebase wasn't as smooth as I expected. #18563. I did not recognize it badly so I had a few hours in this. * Lower value make the system MORE sensitive. Homing individually seems to stop the behaviour, i.e I can issue constant G28 X commands and not have a single instance of the grinding behaviour. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. For the other axis, where the endstop was not already triggered a first move is initialized, what will grind because the possible way to move was smaller then SOME_WAY. Confirming this is an issue for me as well. For those of you, like me, who are into 3D printing, here is a quick, and VERY helpful set of marlin gcodes for your Marlin firmware. Jumpers on the SKR are closed any I ensured that there is an electrical connection between the DIAG pin and the endstop. Even then, it still happens randomly. If I revert back to the 15357af commit from 5/3/19, the values are populated in the TMC drivers menu. This will have to be championed by someone else. Now homing the individual axes begins. I get quite a decent amount of false positives and setting the Bump Sensitivity to a higher value doesn't affect anything but i can't really explain why the issue occurs. I have tried several Marlin releases (including 2.0) and nothing, following all the steps and nothing. After homing both axes are backed up a bit, by the same amount, to avoid grinding. If this is connected to the TMC2208 problem then that problem was caused by changes to Marlin in this commit .. https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin/tree/15357af67ceb74b14606eba9fbb75d20914f8909. Marlin uses the EEPROM to store the printer settings and loads them up the next time the machine powers up. * * X/Y/Z_HOMING_SENSITIVITY is used for tuning the trigger sensitivity. This is only apparent when homing the X and Y axis at the same time, but when homing individually the issue disappears. @fungustoe if QUICK_HOME were that fundamentally broken more of us would be crashing our printers all the time. * X, Y, and Z homing will always be done in spreadCycle mode. Changed to: A few prerequisites are needed to use sensorless homing: 1. question or BUG] Sensorless homing sensitivity settings. I have this sneaky feeling that there is something nasty lurking in the endstops.cpp code that is disabling the X endstop, when QUICK_HOME is in effect, and whilst I took a look through the code it quickly exceeded my capabilities in C++ and my will to live. With bump sensitivity at 35 for TMC2130 stepper drivers I ran 100 tests with motor current at 800ma and 200ma without changing the bump sensitivity. I found that enabling CODEPENDENT_XY_HOMING and as a side effect, disabling QUICK_HOME, forces the axis to be homed in sequence rather at the same time, resulting in a perfectly quiet homing sequence. I encountered it on my hypercube running Marlin 1.1.8 on a MKR Gen L v1.0 with DRV8825 drivers... the X axis endstop appeared to be disabled and the print head attempted to bury itself in the Y axis carriage, where it juddered until it timed out. If that diagonal hits the corner nearly perfect always one endstop hits first and the move stops. Using auto home, X homes using sensorless homing, Y homes using sensorless homing, as it proceeds to the bed center to home Z it grinds and never makes it to center. You signed in with another tab or window. I'll keep the screwdriver at the ready for removing my endstops whenever someone clever fixes this. Now onto the latest GCode as of Marlin 2.0.5 G0-G1: Linear Move * Lower value make the system MORE sensitive. chapter. al., today Marlin drives most of the world's 3D printers. Latest bug fix Marlin 2.0. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: The boot process should initiate the LCD variables accordingly but it's possible it isn't working correctly with TMC5160 (or others). (For example { 5, 7, 2 }) Then try quick homing several times. So we need to copy the file into our new marlin. With my latest compile I re-enabled quick homing to see if I could narrow it down using different configs, but no luck so far. Expected behavior: Axis home. Pastebin.com is the number one paste tool since 2002. This should be fixed with PR #14008 thanks to @marcio-ao. The humpback whale Megaptera novaeangliae is a baleen whale and can be recognised as such by the plates of baleen (rather than teeth) suspended from the upper jaw and the two blowholes on the upper body. Do a single Z probe at a specified position. In short - the root cause seems to be IMPROVE_HOMING_RELIABILITY. So, I just read through this, as I updated the code a couple days back, and first day it was working. Right now I'm having issues making sensorless homing to work. Disabling QUICK_HOME solved the problem and it mattered not, which Axis homed first. More like request to look at that. If the head was in a position after a print such that Y endstop was encountered first there was no problem. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. It just seems that the original issue is no longer present in the latest bugfix branch. [Stupid (?) BIGTREETECH SKR V1.4 Turbo 32bit Controller Panel Board for 3D Printer Compatible With12864LCD/ TFT24 Support 8825/TMC2208/Tmc2130 (with 5TMC2209): This is the heart of this upgrade.The stock board is an 8-bit board and this one is 32-bit with a bunch of better features like sensorless homing and UART. Expected behaviour: It should print a negative value; Actual behaviour: It prints a positive value; Steps to reproduce: M914 X-1 < X driver homing sensitivity set to 127 < Y driver homing sensitivity set to 4 < E0 driver homing sensitivity set to 0 StallGuard capable TMCxxxx stepper driver 2. Align multiple Z stepper motors using a bed probe by probing one position per stepper. Please test the bugfix-2.0.x branch to see where it stands. About Marlin i'm having the same issue with TMC 2209. Actually tried all the things here, but not helped. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and As far as I've understood, the menu “Configuration/Advanced settings/TMC drivers/Sensorless homing” is intended to set Stallguard sensitivity, thus homing bump sensitivity. X axis seems to not register the endstop immediately and results in a split second of grinding sound. Y axis still homes twice as expected - is that normal? eg if your building for a DUE you can safely delete directories HAL_TEENSY31_32, HAL_STM32F1 etc if you not using the extensible_ui delete that directory. Set-Up a printer SKRv1.3-based with sensorless homing again as well currently use my delta, and Z homing will be... For X and Y one at a time stepper driver 's DIAG1 pin to the TMC2208 problem that! Can lead to false positives, while too high values will collide the axis without triggering and,. 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