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OVM20 Anet Edition Configuration
* Marlin 3D Printer Firmware
* Copyright (C) 2016 MarlinFirmware []
* Based on Sprinter and grbl.
* Copyright (C) 2011 Camiel Gubbels / Erik van der Zalm
* This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* GNU General Public License for more details.
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program. If not, see <>.
* Configuration.h
* Basic settings such as:
* - Type of electronics
* - Type of temperature sensor
* - Printer geometry
* - Endstop configuration
* - LCD controller
* - Extra features
* Advanced settings can be found in Configuration_adv.h
//============================= Getting Started =============================
* Here are some standard links for getting your machine calibrated:
//============================= DELTA Printer ===============================
// For a Delta printer start with one of the configuration files in the
// example_configurations/delta directory and customize for your machine.
//============================= SCARA Printer ===============================
// For a SCARA printer start with the configuration files in
// example_configurations/SCARA and customize for your machine.
// @section info
// User-specified version info of this build to display in [Pronterface, etc] terminal window during
// startup. Implementation of an idea by Prof Braino to inform user that any changes made to this
// build by the user have been successfully uploaded into firmware.
#define STRING_CONFIG_H_AUTHOR "(staticboards, ovm20anet oficial)" // Who made the changes.
#define STRING_SPLASH_LINE1 SHORT_BUILD_VERSION // will be shown during bootup in line 1
#define STRING_SPLASH_LINE2 "" // will be shown during bootup in line 2
* Marlin allows you to add a custom boot image for Graphical LCDs.
* With this option Marlin will first show your custom screen followed
* by the standard Marlin logo with version number and web URL.
* We encourage you to take advantage of this new feature and we also
* respectfully request that you retain the unmodified Marlin boot screen.
// Enable to show the bitmap in Marlin/_Bootscreen.h on startup.
// Enable to show the bitmap in Marlin/_Statusscreen.h on the status screen.
// @section machine
* Select the serial port on the board to use for communication with the host.
* This allows the connection of wireless adapters (for instance) to non-default port pins.
* Serial port 0 is always used by the Arduino bootloader regardless of this setting.
* :[0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]
#define SERIAL_PORT 0
* This setting determines the communication speed of the printer.
* 250000 works in most cases, but you might try a lower speed if
* you commonly experience drop-outs during host printing.
* You may try up to 1000000 to speed up SD file transfer.
* :[2400, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 250000, 500000, 1000000]
#define BAUDRATE 115200
// Enable the Bluetooth serial interface on AT90USB devices
//#define BLUETOOTH
// The following define selects which electronics board you have.
// Please choose the name from boards.h that matches your setup
// Optional custom name for your RepStrap or other custom machine
// Displayed in the LCD "Ready" message
#define CUSTOM_MACHINE_NAME "OVM20 Anet Edition"
// Define this to set a unique identifier for this printer, (Used by some programs to differentiate between machines)
// You can use an online service to generate a random UUID. (eg
//#define MACHINE_UUID "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000"
// @section extruder
// This defines the number of extruders
// :[1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
#define EXTRUDERS 1
// Generally expected filament diameter (1.75, 2.85, 3.0, ...). Used for Volumetric, Filament Width Sensor, etc.
// For Cyclops or any "multi-extruder" that shares a single nozzle.
* Průša MK2 Single Nozzle Multi-Material Multiplexer, and variants.
* This device allows one stepper driver on a control board to drive
* two to eight stepper motors, one at a time, in a manner suitable
* for extruders.
* This option only allows the multiplexer to switch on tool-change.
* Additional options to configure custom E moves are pending.
// Override the default DIO selector pins here, if needed.
// Some pins files may provide defaults for these pins.
//#define E_MUX0_PIN 40 // Always Required
//#define E_MUX1_PIN 42 // Needed for 3 to 8 steppers
//#define E_MUX2_PIN 44 // Needed for 5 to 8 steppers
// A dual extruder that uses a single stepper motor
#define SWITCHING_EXTRUDER_SERVO_ANGLES { 0, 90 } // Angles for E0, E1[, E2, E3]
// A dual-nozzle that uses a servomotor to raise/lower one of the nozzles
#define SWITCHING_NOZZLE_SERVO_ANGLES { 0, 90 } // Angles for E0, E1
//#define HOTEND_OFFSET_Z { 0.0, 0.0 }
* Two separate X-carriages with extruders that connect to a moving part
* via a magnetic docking mechanism. Requires SOL1_PIN and SOL2_PIN.
#define PARKING_EXTRUDER_SOLENOIDS_INVERT // If enabled, the solenoid is NOT magnetized with applied voltage
#define PARKING_EXTRUDER_SOLENOIDS_PINS_ACTIVE LOW // LOW or HIGH pin signal energizes the coil
#define PARKING_EXTRUDER_SOLENOIDS_DELAY 250 // Delay (ms) for magnetic field. No delay if 0 or not defined.
#define PARKING_EXTRUDER_PARKING_X { -78, 184 } // X positions for parking the extruders
#define PARKING_EXTRUDER_GRAB_DISTANCE 1 // mm to move beyond the parking point to grab the extruder
#define PARKING_EXTRUDER_SECURITY_RAISE 5 // Z-raise before parking
#define HOTEND_OFFSET_Z { 0.0, 1.3 } // Z-offsets of the two hotends. The first must be 0.
* "Mixing Extruder"
* - Adds a new code, M165, to set the current mix factors.
* - Extends the stepping routines to move multiple steppers in proportion to the mix.
* - Optional support for Repetier Firmware M163, M164, and virtual extruder.
* - This implementation supports only a single extruder.
* - Enable DIRECT_MIXING_IN_G1 for Pia Taubert's reference implementation
#define MIXING_STEPPERS 2 // Number of steppers in your mixing extruder
#define MIXING_VIRTUAL_TOOLS 16 // Use the Virtual Tool method with M163 and M164
//#define DIRECT_MIXING_IN_G1 // Allow ABCDHI mix factors in G1 movement commands
// Offset of the extruders (uncomment if using more than one and relying on firmware to position when changing).
// The offset has to be X=0, Y=0 for the extruder 0 hotend (default extruder).
// For the other hotends it is their distance from the extruder 0 hotend.
//#define HOTEND_OFFSET_X {0.0, 20.00} // (in mm) for each extruder, offset of the hotend on the X axis
//#define HOTEND_OFFSET_Y {0.0, 5.00} // (in mm) for each extruder, offset of the hotend on the Y axis
// @section machine
* Select your power supply here. Use 0 if you haven't connected the PS_ON_PIN
* 0 = No Power Switch
* 1 = ATX
* 2 = X-Box 360 203Watts (the blue wire connected to PS_ON and the red wire to VCC)
* :{ 0:'No power switch', 1:'ATX', 2:'X-Box 360' }
#define POWER_SUPPLY 0
// Enable this option to leave the PSU off at startup.
// Power to steppers and heaters will need to be turned on with M80.
//#define PS_DEFAULT_OFF
//#define AUTO_POWER_CONTROL // Enable automatic control of the PS_ON pin
#define AUTO_POWER_FANS // Turn on PSU if fans need power
#define POWER_TIMEOUT 30
// @section temperature
//============================= Thermal Settings ============================
* --NORMAL IS 4.7kohm PULLUP!-- 1kohm pullup can be used on hotend sensor, using correct resistor and table
* Temperature sensors available:
* -4 : thermocouple with AD8495
* -3 : thermocouple with MAX31855 (only for sensor 0)
* -2 : thermocouple with MAX6675 (only for sensor 0)
* -1 : thermocouple with AD595
* 0 : not used
* 1 : 100k thermistor - best choice for EPCOS 100k (4.7k pullup)
* 2 : 200k thermistor - ATC Semitec 204GT-2 (4.7k pullup)
* 3 : Mendel-parts thermistor (4.7k pullup)
* 4 : 10k thermistor !! do not use it for a hotend. It gives bad resolution at high temp. !!
* 5 : 100K thermistor - ATC Semitec 104GT-2/104NT-4-R025H42G (Used in ParCan & J-Head) (4.7k pullup)
* 501 : 100K Zonestar (Tronxy X3A) Thermistor
* 6 : 100k EPCOS - Not as accurate as table 1 (created using a fluke thermocouple) (4.7k pullup)
* 7 : 100k Honeywell thermistor 135-104LAG-J01 (4.7k pullup)
* 71 : 100k Honeywell thermistor 135-104LAF-J01 (4.7k pullup)
* 8 : 100k 0603 SMD Vishay NTCS0603E3104FXT (4.7k pullup)
* 9 : 100k GE Sensing AL03006-58.2K-97-G1 (4.7k pullup)
* 10 : 100k RS thermistor 198-961 (4.7k pullup)
* 11 : 100k beta 3950 1% thermistor (4.7k pullup)
* 12 : 100k 0603 SMD Vishay NTCS0603E3104FXT (4.7k pullup) (calibrated for Makibox hot bed)
* 13 : 100k Hisens 3950 1% up to 300°C for hotend "Simple ONE " & "Hotend "All In ONE"
* 15 : 100k thermistor calibration for JGAurora A5 hotend
* 20 : the PT100 circuit found in the Ultimainboard V2.x
* 60 : 100k Maker's Tool Works Kapton Bed Thermistor beta=3950
* 66 : 4.7M High Temperature thermistor from Dyze Design
* 70 : the 100K thermistor found in the bq Hephestos 2
* 75 : 100k Generic Silicon Heat Pad with NTC 100K MGB18-104F39050L32 thermistor
* 1k ohm pullup tables - This is atypical, and requires changing out the 4.7k pullup for 1k.
* (but gives greater accuracy and more stable PID)
* 51 : 100k thermistor - EPCOS (1k pullup)
* 52 : 200k thermistor - ATC Semitec 204GT-2 (1k pullup)
* 55 : 100k thermistor - ATC Semitec 104GT-2 (Used in ParCan & J-Head) (1k pullup)
* 1047 : Pt1000 with 4k7 pullup
* 1010 : Pt1000 with 1k pullup (non standard)
* 147 : Pt100 with 4k7 pullup
* 110 : Pt100 with 1k pullup (non standard)
* Use these for Testing or Development purposes. NEVER for production machine.
* 998 : Dummy Table that ALWAYS reads 25°C or the temperature defined below.
* 999 : Dummy Table that ALWAYS reads 100°C or the temperature defined below.
* :{ '0': "Not used", '1':"100k / 4.7k - EPCOS", '2':"200k / 4.7k - ATC Semitec 204GT-2", '3':"Mendel-parts / 4.7k", '4':"10k !! do not use for a hotend. Bad resolution at high temp. !!", '5':"100K / 4.7k - ATC Semitec 104GT-2 (Used in ParCan & J-Head)", '501':"100K Zonestar (Tronxy X3A)", '6':"100k / 4.7k EPCOS - Not as accurate as Table 1", '7':"100k / 4.7k Honeywell 135-104LAG-J01", '8':"100k / 4.7k 0603 SMD Vishay NTCS0603E3104FXT", '9':"100k / 4.7k GE Sensing AL03006-58.2K-97-G1", '10':"100k / 4.7k RS 198-961", '11':"100k / 4.7k beta 3950 1%", '12':"100k / 4.7k 0603 SMD Vishay NTCS0603E3104FXT (calibrated for Makibox hot bed)", '13':"100k Hisens 3950 1% up to 300°C for hotend 'Simple ONE ' & hotend 'All In ONE'", '20':"PT100 (Ultimainboard V2.x)", '51':"100k / 1k - EPCOS", '52':"200k / 1k - ATC Semitec 204GT-2", '55':"100k / 1k - ATC Semitec 104GT-2 (Used in ParCan & J-Head)", '60':"100k Maker's Tool Works Kapton Bed Thermistor beta=3950", '66':"Dyze Design 4.7M High Temperature thermistor", '70':"the 100K thermistor found in the bq Hephestos 2", '71':"100k / 4.7k Honeywell 135-104LAF-J01", '147':"Pt100 / 4.7k", '1047':"Pt1000 / 4.7k", '110':"Pt100 / 1k (non-standard)", '1010':"Pt1000 / 1k (non standard)", '-4':"Thermocouple + AD8495", '-3':"Thermocouple + MAX31855 (only for sensor 0)", '-2':"Thermocouple + MAX6675 (only for sensor 0)", '-1':"Thermocouple + AD595",'998':"Dummy 1", '999':"Dummy 2" }
#define TEMP_SENSOR_0 5
#define TEMP_SENSOR_1 0
#define TEMP_SENSOR_2 0
#define TEMP_SENSOR_3 0
#define TEMP_SENSOR_4 0
// Dummy thermistor constant temperature readings, for use with 998 and 999
// Use temp sensor 1 as a redundant sensor with sensor 0. If the readings
// from the two sensors differ too much the print will be aborted.
// Extruder temperature must be close to target for this long before M109 returns success
#define TEMP_RESIDENCY_TIME 6 // (seconds)
#define TEMP_HYSTERESIS 3 // (degC) range of +/- temperatures considered "close" to the target one
#define TEMP_WINDOW 1 // (degC) Window around target to start the residency timer x degC early.
// Bed temperature must be close to target for this long before M190 returns success
#define TEMP_BED_RESIDENCY_TIME 6 // (seconds)
#define TEMP_BED_HYSTERESIS 3 // (degC) range of +/- temperatures considered "close" to the target one
#define TEMP_BED_WINDOW 1 // (degC) Window around target to start the residency timer x degC early.
// The minimal temperature defines the temperature below which the heater will not be enabled It is used
// to check that the wiring to the thermistor is not broken.
// Otherwise this would lead to the heater being powered on all the time.
#define HEATER_0_MINTEMP 5
#define HEATER_1_MINTEMP 5
#define HEATER_2_MINTEMP 5
#define HEATER_3_MINTEMP 5
#define HEATER_4_MINTEMP 5
#define BED_MINTEMP 5
// When temperature exceeds max temp, your heater will be switched off.
// This feature exists to protect your hotend from overheating accidentally, but *NOT* from thermistor short/failure!
// You should use MINTEMP for thermistor short/failure protection.
#define HEATER_0_MAXTEMP 275
#define HEATER_1_MAXTEMP 275
#define HEATER_2_MAXTEMP 275
#define HEATER_3_MAXTEMP 275
#define HEATER_4_MAXTEMP 275
#define BED_MAXTEMP 130
//============================= PID Settings ================================
// PID Tuning Guide here:
// Comment the following line to disable PID and enable bang-bang.
#define PIDTEMP
#define BANG_MAX 255 // Limits current to nozzle while in bang-bang mode; 255=full current
#define PID_MAX BANG_MAX // Limits current to nozzle while PID is active (see PID_FUNCTIONAL_RANGE below); 255=full current
#define PID_K1 0.95 // Smoothing factor within any PID loop
//#define PID_AUTOTUNE_MENU // Add PID Autotune to the LCD "Temperature" menu to run M303 and apply the result.
//#define PID_DEBUG // Sends debug data to the serial port.
//#define PID_OPENLOOP 1 // Puts PID in open loop. M104/M140 sets the output power from 0 to PID_MAX
//#define SLOW_PWM_HEATERS // PWM with very low frequency (roughly 0.125Hz=8s) and minimum state time of approximately 1s useful for heaters driven by a relay
//#define PID_PARAMS_PER_HOTEND // Uses separate PID parameters for each extruder (useful for mismatched extruders)
// Set/get with gcode: M301 E[extruder number, 0-2]
#define PID_FUNCTIONAL_RANGE 15 // If the temperature difference between the target temperature and the actual temperature
// is more than PID_FUNCTIONAL_RANGE then the PID will be shut off and the heater will be set to min/max.
// If you are using a pre-configured hotend then you can use one of the value sets by uncommenting it
// Anet A8
#define DEFAULT_Kp 15.85
#define DEFAULT_Ki 0.85
#define DEFAULT_Kd 74.35
// MakerGear
//#define DEFAULT_Kp 7.0
//#define DEFAULT_Ki 0.1
//#define DEFAULT_Kd 12
// Mendel Parts V9 on 12V
//#define DEFAULT_Kp 63.0
//#define DEFAULT_Ki 2.25
//#define DEFAULT_Kd 440
#endif // PIDTEMP
//============================= PID > Bed Temperature Control ===============
* PID Bed Heating
* If this option is enabled set PID constants below.
* If this option is disabled, bang-bang will be used and BED_LIMIT_SWITCHING will enable hysteresis.
* The PID frequency will be the same as the extruder PWM.
* If PID_dT is the default, and correct for the hardware/configuration, that means 7.689Hz,
* which is fine for driving a square wave into a resistive load and does not significantly
* impact FET heating. This also works fine on a Fotek SSR-10DA Solid State Relay into a 250W
* heater. If your configuration is significantly different than this and you don't understand
* the issues involved, don't use bed PID until someone else verifies that your hardware works.
//#define PIDTEMPBED
* Max Bed Power
* Applies to all forms of bed control (PID, bang-bang, and bang-bang with hysteresis).
* When set to any value below 255, enables a form of PWM to the bed that acts like a divider
* so don't use it unless you are OK with PWM on your bed. (See the comment on enabling PIDTEMPBED)
#define MAX_BED_POWER 255 // limits duty cycle to bed; 255=full current
//#define PID_BED_DEBUG // Sends debug data to the serial port.
//120V 250W silicone heater into 4mm borosilicate (MendelMax 1.5+)
//from FOPDT model - kp=.39 Tp=405 Tdead=66, Tc set to 79.2, aggressive factor of .15 (vs .1, 1, 10)
#define DEFAULT_bedKp 10.00
#define DEFAULT_bedKi .023
#define DEFAULT_bedKd 305.4
//120V 250W silicone heater into 4mm borosilicate (MendelMax 1.5+)
//from pidautotune
//#define DEFAULT_bedKp 97.1
//#define DEFAULT_bedKi 1.41
//#define DEFAULT_bedKd 1675.16
// FIND YOUR OWN: "M303 E-1 C8 S90" to run autotune on the bed at 90 degreesC for 8 cycles.
#endif // PIDTEMPBED
// @section extruder
* Prevent extrusion if the temperature is below EXTRUDE_MINTEMP.
* Add M302 to set the minimum extrusion temperature and/or turn
* cold extrusion prevention on and off.
* Prevent a single extrusion longer than EXTRUDE_MAXLENGTH.
* Note: For Bowden Extruders make this large enough to allow load/unload.
//======================== Thermal Runaway Protection =======================
* Thermal Protection provides additional protection to your printer from damage
* and fire. Marlin always includes safe min and max temperature ranges which
* protect against a broken or disconnected thermistor wire.
* The issue: If a thermistor falls out, it will report the much lower
* temperature of the air in the room, and the the firmware will keep
* the heater on.
* If you get "Thermal Runaway" or "Heating failed" errors the
* details can be tuned in Configuration_adv.h
#define THERMAL_PROTECTION_HOTENDS // Enable thermal protection for all extruders
#define THERMAL_PROTECTION_BED // Enable thermal protection for the heated bed
//============================= Mechanical Settings =========================
// @section machine
// Uncomment one of these options to enable CoreXY, CoreXZ, or CoreYZ kinematics
// either in the usual order or reversed
//#define COREXY
//#define COREXZ
//#define COREYZ
//#define COREYX
//#define COREZX
//#define COREZY
//============================== Endstop Settings ===========================
// @section homing
// Specify here all the endstop connectors that are connected to any endstop or probe.
// Almost all printers will be using one per axis. Probes will use one or more of the
// extra connectors. Leave undefined any used for non-endstop and non-probe purposes.
//#define USE_XMAX_PLUG
//#define USE_YMAX_PLUG
//#define USE_ZMAX_PLUG
// Enable pullup for all endstops to prevent a floating state
// Disable ENDSTOPPULLUPS to set pullups individually
// Mechanical endstop with COM to ground and NC to Signal uses "false" here (most common setup).
#define X_MIN_ENDSTOP_INVERTING true // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop.
#define Y_MIN_ENDSTOP_INVERTING true // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop.
#define Z_MIN_ENDSTOP_INVERTING true // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop.
#define X_MAX_ENDSTOP_INVERTING false // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop.
#define Y_MAX_ENDSTOP_INVERTING false // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop.
#define Z_MAX_ENDSTOP_INVERTING false // set to true to invert the logic of the endstop.
#define Z_MIN_PROBE_ENDSTOP_INVERTING true // set to true to invert the logic of the probe.
* Specify Stepper Driver types
* The options are used to determine driver pulse timings as well as more advanced functionality.
* Stepper timing options can be overridden in Configuration_adv.h
* Options: A4988, DRV8825, LV8729, L6470, TB6560, TB6600, TMC2100,
* :['A4988', 'DRV8825', 'LV8729', 'L6470', 'TB6560', 'TB6600', 'TMC2100', 'TMC2130', 'TMC2130_STANDALONE', 'TMC2208', 'TMC2208_STANDALONE', 'TMC26X', 'TMC26X_STANDALONE', 'TMC2660', 'TMC2660_STANDALONE', 'TMC5130', 'TMC5130_STANDALONE']
#define Z_DRIVER_TYPE A4988
#define X2_DRIVER_TYPE A4988
#define Y2_DRIVER_TYPE A4988
#define Z2_DRIVER_TYPE A4988
#define E0_DRIVER_TYPE A4988
#define E1_DRIVER_TYPE A4988
#define E2_DRIVER_TYPE A4988
#define E3_DRIVER_TYPE A4988
#define E4_DRIVER_TYPE A4988
// Enable this feature if all enabled endstop pins are interrupt-capable.
// This will remove the need to poll the interrupt pins, saving many CPU cycles.
* Endstop Noise Filter
* Enable this option if endstops falsely trigger due to noise.
* NOTE: Enabling this feature means adds an error of +/-0.2mm, so homing
* will end up at a slightly different position on each G28. This will also
* reduce accuracy of some bed probes.
* For mechanical switches, the better approach to reduce noise is to install
* a 100 nanofarads ceramic capacitor in parallel with the switch, making it
* essentially noise-proof without sacrificing accuracy.
* This option also increases MCU load when endstops or the probe are enabled.
* So this is not recommended. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
* (This feature is not required for common micro-switches mounted on PCBs
* based on the Makerbot design, since they already include the 100nF capacitor.)
//============================== Movement Settings ============================
// @section motion
* Default Settings
* These settings can be reset by M502
* Note that if EEPROM is enabled, saved values will override these.
* With this option each E stepper can have its own factors for the
* following movement settings. If fewer factors are given than the
* total number of extruders, the last value applies to the rest.
* Default Axis Steps Per Unit (steps/mm)
* Override with M92
* X, Y, Z, E0 [, E1[, E2[, E3[, E4]]]]
#define DEFAULT_AXIS_STEPS_PER_UNIT { 100, 100, 400, 100 }
* Default Max Feed Rate (mm/s)
* Override with M203
* X, Y, Z, E0 [, E1[, E2[, E3[, E4]]]]
#define DEFAULT_MAX_FEEDRATE { 400, 400, 8, 50 }
* Default Max Acceleration (change/s) change = mm/s
* (Maximum start speed for accelerated moves)
* Override with M201
* X, Y, Z, E0 [, E1[, E2[, E3[, E4]]]]
#define DEFAULT_MAX_ACCELERATION { 2000, 2000, 100, 10000 }
* Default Acceleration (change/s) change = mm/s
* Override with M204
* M204 P Acceleration
* M204 R Retract Acceleration
* M204 T Travel Acceleration
#define DEFAULT_ACCELERATION 1000 // X, Y, Z and E acceleration for printing moves
#define DEFAULT_RETRACT_ACCELERATION 1000 // E acceleration for retracts
#define DEFAULT_TRAVEL_ACCELERATION 1000 // X, Y, Z acceleration for travel (non printing) moves
* Default Jerk (mm/s)
* Override with M205 X Y Z E
* "Jerk" specifies the minimum speed change that requires acceleration.
* When changing speed and direction, if the difference is less than the
* value set here, it may happen instantaneously.
#define DEFAULT_XJERK 5.0
#define DEFAULT_YJERK 5.0
#define DEFAULT_ZJERK 0.3
#define DEFAULT_EJERK 5.0
* S-Curve Acceleration
* This option eliminates vibration during printing by fitting a Bézier
* curve to move acceleration, producing much smoother direction changes.
* See
//============================= Z Probe Options =============================
// @section probes
// See
* Enable this option for a probe connected to the Z Min endstop pin.
* Enable this option for a probe connected to any pin except Z-Min.
* (By default Marlin assumes the Z-Max endstop pin.)
* To use a custom Z Probe pin, set Z_MIN_PROBE_PIN below.
* - The simplest option is to use a free endstop connector.
* - Use 5V for powered (usually inductive) sensors.
* - RAMPS 1.3/1.4 boards may use the 5V, GND, and Aux4->D32 pin:
* - For simple switches connect...
* - normally-closed switches to GND and D32.
* - normally-open switches to 5V and D32.
* WARNING: Setting the wrong pin may have unexpected and potentially
* disastrous consequences. Use with caution and do your homework.
* Probe Type
* Allen Key Probes, Servo Probes, Z-Sled Probes, FIX_MOUNTED_PROBE, etc.
* Activate one of these to use Auto Bed Leveling below.
* The "Manual Probe" provides a means to do "Auto" Bed Leveling without a probe.
* Use G29 repeatedly, adjusting the Z height at each point with movement commands
* or (with LCD_BED_LEVELING) the LCD controller.
//#define MANUAL_PROBE_START_Z 0.2
* A Fix-Mounted Probe either doesn't deploy or needs manual deployment.
* (e.g., an inductive probe or a nozzle-based probe-switch.)
* Z Servo Probe, such as an endstop switch on a rotating arm.
//#define Z_PROBE_SERVO_NR 0 // Defaults to SERVO 0 connector.
//#define Z_SERVO_ANGLES {70,0} // Z Servo Deploy and Stow angles
* The BLTouch probe uses a Hall effect sensor and emulates a servo.
//#define BLTOUCH
//#define BLTOUCH_DELAY 375 // (ms) Enable and increase if needed
* Enable one or more of the following if probing seems unreliable.
* Heaters and/or fans can be disabled during probing to minimize electrical
* noise. A delay can also be added to allow noise and vibration to settle.
* These options are most useful for the BLTouch probe, but may also improve
* readings with inductive probes and piezo sensors.
//#define PROBING_HEATERS_OFF // Turn heaters off when probing
//#define WAIT_FOR_BED_HEATER // Wait for bed to heat back up between probes (to improve accuracy)
//#define PROBING_FANS_OFF // Turn fans off when probing
//#define DELAY_BEFORE_PROBING 200 // (ms) To prevent vibrations from triggering piezo sensors
// A probe that is deployed and stowed with a solenoid pin (SOL1_PIN)
// A sled-mounted probe like those designed by Charles Bell.
//#define Z_PROBE_SLED
//#define SLED_DOCKING_OFFSET 5 // The extra distance the X axis must travel to pickup the sled. 0 should be fine but you can push it further if you'd like.
// For Z_PROBE_ALLEN_KEY see the Delta example configurations.
* Z Probe to nozzle (X,Y) offset, relative to (0, 0).
* X and Y offsets must be integers.
* In the following example the X and Y offsets are both positive:
* +-- BACK ---+
* | |
* L | (+) P | R <-- probe (20,20)
* E | | I
* F | (-) N (+) | G <-- nozzle (10,10)
* T | | H
* | (-) | T
* | |
* O-- FRONT --+
* (0,0)
#define X_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER 0 // X offset: -left +right [of the nozzle]
#define Y_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER 0 // Y offset: -front +behind [the nozzle]
#define Z_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER 0 // Z offset: -below +above [the nozzle]
// Certain types of probes need to stay away from edges
#define MIN_PROBE_EDGE 10
// X and Y axis travel speed (mm/m) between probes
#define XY_PROBE_SPEED 6000
// Feedrate (mm/m) for the first approach when double-probing (MULTIPLE_PROBING == 2)
// Feedrate (mm/m) for the "accurate" probe of each point
// The number of probes to perform at each point.
// Set to 2 for a fast/slow probe, using the second probe result.
// Set to 3 or more for slow probes, averaging the results.
* Z probes require clearance when deploying, stowing, and moving between
* probe points to avoid hitting the bed and other hardware.
* Servo-mounted probes require extra space for the arm to rotate.
* Inductive probes need space to keep from triggering early.
* Use these settings to specify the distance (mm) to raise the probe (or
* lower the bed). The values set here apply over and above any (negative)
* probe Z Offset set with Z_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER, M851, or the LCD.
* Only integer values >= 1 are valid here.
* Example: `M851 Z-5` with a CLEARANCE of 4 => 9mm from bed to nozzle.
* But: `M851 Z+1` with a CLEARANCE of 2 => 2mm from bed to nozzle.
#define Z_CLEARANCE_DEPLOY_PROBE 10 // Z Clearance for Deploy/Stow
#define Z_CLEARANCE_BETWEEN_PROBES 5 // Z Clearance between probe points
#define Z_CLEARANCE_MULTI_PROBE 5 // Z Clearance between multiple probes
//#define Z_AFTER_PROBING 5 // Z position after probing is done
#define Z_PROBE_LOW_POINT -2 // Farthest distance below the trigger-point to go before stopping
// For M851 give a range for adjusting the Z probe offset
// Enable the M48 repeatability test to test probe accuracy
// For Inverting Stepper Enable Pins (Active Low) use 0, Non Inverting (Active High) use 1
// :{ 0:'Low', 1:'High' }
#define X_ENABLE_ON 0
#define Y_ENABLE_ON 0
#define Z_ENABLE_ON 0
#define E_ENABLE_ON 0 // For all extruders
// Disables axis stepper immediately when it's not being used.
// WARNING: When motors turn off there is a chance of losing position accuracy!
#define DISABLE_X false
#define DISABLE_Y false
#define DISABLE_Z false
// Warn on display about possibly reduced accuracy
// @section extruder
#define DISABLE_E false // For all extruders
#define DISABLE_INACTIVE_EXTRUDER true // Keep only the active extruder enabled.
// @section machine
// Invert the stepper direction. Change (or reverse the motor connector) if an axis goes the wrong way.
#define INVERT_X_DIR false
#define INVERT_Y_DIR false
#define INVERT_Z_DIR true
// @section extruder
// For direct drive extruder v9 set to true, for geared extruder set to false.
#define INVERT_E0_DIR false
#define INVERT_E1_DIR false
#define INVERT_E2_DIR false
#define INVERT_E3_DIR false
#define INVERT_E4_DIR false
// @section homing
//#define NO_MOTION_BEFORE_HOMING // Inhibit movement until all axes have been homed
//#define UNKNOWN_Z_NO_RAISE // Don't raise Z (lower the bed) if Z is "unknown." For beds that fall when Z is powered off.
//#define Z_HOMING_HEIGHT 4 // (in mm) Minimal z height before homing (G28) for Z clearance above the bed, clamps, ...
// Be sure you have this distance over your Z_MAX_POS in case.
// Direction of endstops when homing; 1=MAX, -1=MIN
// :[-1,1]
#define X_HOME_DIR -1
#define Y_HOME_DIR -1
#define Z_HOME_DIR -1
// @section machine
// The size of the print bed
#define X_BED_SIZE 220
#define Y_BED_SIZE 220
// Travel limits (mm) after homing, corresponding to endstop positions.
#define X_MIN_POS -20
#define Y_MIN_POS 0
#define Z_MIN_POS 0
#define Z_MAX_POS 225
* Software Endstops
* - Prevent moves outside the set machine bounds.
* - Individual axes can be disabled, if desired.
* - X and Y only apply to Cartesian robots.
* - Use 'M211' to set software endstops on/off or report current state
// Min software endstops constrain movement within minimum coordinate bounds
// Max software endstops constrain movement within maximum coordinate bounds
//#define SOFT_ENDSTOPS_MENU_ITEM // Enable/Disable software endstops from the LCD
* Filament Runout Sensors
* Mechanical or opto endstops are used to check for the presence of filament.
* RAMPS-based boards use SERVO3_PIN for the first runout sensor.
* For other boards you may need to define FIL_RUNOUT_PIN, FIL_RUNOUT2_PIN, etc.
* By default the firmware assumes HIGH=FILAMENT PRESENT.
#define NUM_RUNOUT_SENSORS 1 // Number of sensors, up to one per extruder. Define a FIL_RUNOUT#_PIN for each.
#define FIL_RUNOUT_INVERTING false // set to true to invert the logic of the sensor.
#define FIL_RUNOUT_PULLUP // Use internal pullup for filament runout pins.
//=============================== Bed Leveling ==============================
// @section calibrate
* Choose one of the options below to enable G29 Bed Leveling. The parameters
* and behavior of G29 will change depending on your selection.
* If using a Probe for Z Homing, enable Z_SAFE_HOMING also!
* Probe 3 arbitrary points on the bed (that aren't collinear)
* You specify the XY coordinates of all 3 points.
* The result is a single tilted plane. Best for a flat bed.
* Probe several points in a grid.
* You specify the rectangle and the density of sample points.
* The result is a single tilted plane. Best for a flat bed.
* Probe several points in a grid.
* You specify the rectangle and the density of sample points.
* The result is a mesh, best for large or uneven beds.
* - AUTO_BED_LEVELING_UBL (Unified Bed Leveling)
* A comprehensive bed leveling system combining the features and benefits
* of other systems. UBL also includes integrated Mesh Generation, Mesh
* Validation and Mesh Editing systems.
* Probe a grid manually
* The result is a mesh, suitable for large or uneven beds. (See BILINEAR.)
* For machines without a probe, Mesh Bed Leveling provides a method to perform
* leveling in steps so you can manually adjust the Z height at each grid-point.
* With an LCD controller the process is guided step-by-step.
* Normally G28 leaves leveling disabled on completion. Enable
* this option to have G28 restore the prior leveling state.
* Enable detailed logging of G28, G29, M48, etc.
* Turn on with the command 'M111 S32'.
* NOTE: Requires a lot of PROGMEM!
// Gradually reduce leveling correction until a set height is reached,
// at which point movement will be level to the machine's XY plane.
// The height can be set with M420 Z<height>
// For Cartesian machines, instead of dividing moves on mesh boundaries,
// split up moves into short segments like a Delta. This follows the
// contours of the bed more closely than edge-to-edge straight moves.
#define LEVELED_SEGMENT_LENGTH 5.0 // (mm) Length of all segments (except the last one)
* Enable the G26 Mesh Validation Pattern tool.
#define MESH_TEST_NOZZLE_SIZE 0.4 // (mm) Diameter of primary nozzle.
#define MESH_TEST_LAYER_HEIGHT 0.2 // (mm) Default layer height for the G26 Mesh Validation Tool.
#define MESH_TEST_HOTEND_TEMP 205.0 // (°C) Default nozzle temperature for the G26 Mesh Validation Tool.
#define MESH_TEST_BED_TEMP 60.0 // (°C) Default bed temperature for the G26 Mesh Validation Tool.
// Set the number of grid points per dimension.
// Set the boundaries for probing (where the probe can reach).
// Probe along the Y axis, advancing X after each column
//#define PROBE_Y_FIRST
// Beyond the probed grid, continue the implied tilt?
// Default is to maintain the height of the nearest edge.
// Experimental Subdivision of the grid by Catmull-Rom method.
// Synthesizes intermediate points to produce a more detailed mesh.
// Number of subdivisions between probe points
//========================= Unified Bed Leveling ============================
//#define MESH_EDIT_GFX_OVERLAY // Display a graphics overlay while editing the mesh
#define MESH_INSET 1 // Set Mesh bounds as an inset region of the bed
#define GRID_MAX_POINTS_X 10 // Don't use more than 15 points per axis, implementation limited.
#define UBL_MESH_EDIT_MOVES_Z // Sophisticated users prefer no movement of nozzle
#define UBL_SAVE_ACTIVE_ON_M500 // Save the currently active mesh in the current slot on M500
//#define UBL_Z_RAISE_WHEN_OFF_MESH 2.5 // When the nozzle is off the mesh, this value is used
// as the Z-Height correction value.
//=================================== Mesh ==================================
#define MESH_INSET 10 // Set Mesh bounds as an inset region of the bed
#define GRID_MAX_POINTS_X 3 // Don't use more than 7 points per axis, implementation limited.
//#define MESH_G28_REST_ORIGIN // After homing all axes ('G28' or 'G28 XYZ') rest Z at Z_MIN_POS
#endif // BED_LEVELING
* Points to probe for all 3-point Leveling procedures.
* Override if the automatically selected points are inadequate.
//#define PROBE_PT_1_X 15
//#define PROBE_PT_1_Y 180
//#define PROBE_PT_2_X 15
//#define PROBE_PT_2_Y 20
//#define PROBE_PT_3_X 170
//#define PROBE_PT_3_Y 20
* Add a bed leveling sub-menu for ABL or MBL.
* Include a guided procedure if manual probing is enabled.
#define MBL_Z_STEP 0.025 // Step size while manually probing Z axis.
#define LCD_PROBE_Z_RANGE 4 // Z Range centered on Z_MIN_POS for LCD Z adjustment
// Add a menu item to move between bed corners for manual bed adjustment
#define LEVEL_CORNERS_INSET 30 // (mm) An inset for corner leveling
//#define LEVEL_CENTER_TOO // Move to the center after the last corner
* Commands to execute at the end of G29 probing.
* Useful to retract or move the Z probe out of the way.
//#define Z_PROBE_END_SCRIPT "G1 Z10 F12000\nG1 X15 Y330\nG1 Z0.5\nG1 Z10"
// @section homing
// The center of the bed is at (X=0, Y=0)
//#define BED_CENTER_AT_0_0
// Manually set the home position. Leave these undefined for automatic settings.
// For DELTA this is the top-center of the Cartesian print volume.
//#define MANUAL_X_HOME_POS 0
//#define MANUAL_Y_HOME_POS 0
//#define MANUAL_Z_HOME_POS 0
// Use "Z Safe Homing" to avoid homing with a Z probe outside the bed area.
// With this feature enabled:
// - Allow Z homing only after X and Y homing AND stepper drivers still enabled.
// - If stepper drivers time out, it will need X and Y homing again before Z homing.
// - Move the Z probe (or nozzle) to a defined XY point before Z Homing when homing all axes (G28).
// - Prevent Z homing when the Z probe is outside bed area.
//#define Z_SAFE_HOMING
#define Z_SAFE_HOMING_X_POINT ((X_BED_SIZE) / 2) // X point for Z homing when homing all axes (G28).
#define Z_SAFE_HOMING_Y_POINT ((Y_BED_SIZE) / 2) // Y point for Z homing when homing all axes (G28).
// Homing speeds (mm/m)
#define HOMING_FEEDRATE_XY (100*60)
#define HOMING_FEEDRATE_Z (4*60)
// @section calibrate
* Bed Skew Compensation
* This feature corrects for misalignment in the XYZ axes.
* Take the following steps to get the bed skew in the XY plane:
* 1. Print a test square (e.g.,
* 2. For XY_DIAG_AC measure the diagonal A to C
* 3. For XY_DIAG_BD measure the diagonal B to D
* 4. For XY_SIDE_AD measure the edge A to D
* Marlin automatically computes skew factors from these measurements.
* Skew factors may also be computed and set manually:
* - Compute AB : SQRT(2*AC*AC+2*BD*BD-4*AD*AD)/2
* If desired, follow the same procedure for XZ and YZ.
* Use these diagrams for reference:
* Y Z Z
* ^ B-------C ^ B-------C ^ B-------C
* | / / | / / | / /
* | / / | / / | / /
* | A-------D | A-------D | A-------D
* +-------------->X +-------------->X +-------------->Y
// Input all length measurements here:
#define XY_DIAG_AC 282.8427124746
#define XY_DIAG_BD 282.8427124746
#define XY_SIDE_AD 200
// Or, set the default skew factors directly here
// to override the above measurements:
#define XY_SKEW_FACTOR 0.0
#define XZ_DIAG_AC 282.8427124746
#define XZ_DIAG_BD 282.8427124746
#define YZ_DIAG_AC 282.8427124746
#define YZ_DIAG_BD 282.8427124746
#define YZ_SIDE_AD 200
#define XZ_SKEW_FACTOR 0.0
#define YZ_SKEW_FACTOR 0.0
// Enable this option for M852 to set skew at runtime
//============================= Additional Features ===========================
// @section extras
// The microcontroller can store settings in the EEPROM, e.g. max velocity...
// M500 - stores parameters in EEPROM
// M501 - reads parameters from EEPROM (if you need reset them after you changed them temporarily).
// M502 - reverts to the default "factory settings". You still need to store them in EEPROM afterwards if you want to.
#define EEPROM_SETTINGS // Enable for M500 and M501 commands
//#define DISABLE_M503 // Saves ~2700 bytes of PROGMEM. Disable for release!
//#define EEPROM_CHITCHAT // Give feedback on EEPROM commands. Disable to save PROGMEM.
// Host Keepalive
// When enabled Marlin will send a busy status message to the host
// every couple of seconds when it can't accept commands.
#define HOST_KEEPALIVE_FEATURE // Disable this if your host doesn't like keepalive messages
#define DEFAULT_KEEPALIVE_INTERVAL 2 // Number of seconds between "busy" messages. Set with M113.
#define BUSY_WHILE_HEATING // Some hosts require "busy" messages even during heating
// M100 Free Memory Watcher
//#define M100_FREE_MEMORY_WATCHER // Add M100 (Free Memory Watcher) to debug memory usage
// G20/G21 Inch mode support
// M149 Set temperature units support
// @section temperature
// Preheat Constants
#define PREHEAT_1_TEMP_BED 60
#define PREHEAT_1_FAN_SPEED 0 // Value from 0 to 255
#define PREHEAT_2_TEMP_BED 90
#define PREHEAT_2_FAN_SPEED 0 // Value from 0 to 255
* Nozzle Park
* Park the nozzle at the given XYZ position on idle or G27.
* The "P" parameter controls the action applied to the Z axis:
* P0 (Default) If Z is below park Z raise the nozzle.
* P1 Raise the nozzle always to Z-park height.
* P2 Raise the nozzle by Z-park amount, limited to Z_MAX_POS.
// Specify a park position as { X, Y, Z }
#define NOZZLE_PARK_POINT { (X_MIN_POS + 10), (Y_MAX_POS - 10), 20 }
#define NOZZLE_PARK_XY_FEEDRATE 100 // X and Y axes feedrate in mm/s (also used for delta printers Z axis)
#define NOZZLE_PARK_Z_FEEDRATE 5 // Z axis feedrate in mm/s (not used for delta printers)
* Clean Nozzle Feature -- EXPERIMENTAL
* Adds the G12 command to perform a nozzle cleaning process.
* Parameters:
* P Pattern
* S Strokes / Repetitions
* T Triangles (P1 only)
* Patterns:
* P0 Straight line (default). This process requires a sponge type material
* at a fixed bed location. "S" specifies strokes (i.e. back-forth motions)
* between the start / end points.
* P1 Zig-zag pattern between (X0, Y0) and (X1, Y1), "T" specifies the
* number of zig-zag triangles to do. "S" defines the number of strokes.
* Zig-zags are done in whichever is the narrower dimension.
* For example, "G12 P1 S1 T3" will execute:
* --
* | (X0, Y1) | /\ /\ /\ | (X1, Y1)
* | | / \ / \ / \ |
* A | | / \ / \ / \ |
* | | / \ / \ / \ |
* | (X0, Y0) | / \/ \/ \ | (X1, Y0)
* -- +--------------------------------+
* |________|_________|_________|
* T1 T2 T3
* P2 Circular pattern with middle at NOZZLE_CLEAN_CIRCLE_MIDDLE.
* "R" specifies the radius. "S" specifies the stroke count.
* Before starting, the nozzle moves to NOZZLE_CLEAN_START_POINT.
* Caveats: The ending Z should be the same as starting Z.
* Attention: EXPERIMENTAL. G-code arguments may change.
// Default number of pattern repetitions
// Default number of triangles
// Specify positions as { X, Y, Z }
#define NOZZLE_CLEAN_START_POINT { 30, 30, (Z_MIN_POS + 1)}
#define NOZZLE_CLEAN_END_POINT {100, 60, (Z_MIN_POS + 1)}
// Circular pattern radius
// Circular pattern circle fragments number
// Middle point of circle
// Moves the nozzle to the initial position
* Print Job Timer
* Automatically start and stop the print job timer on M104/M109/M190.
* M104 (hotend, no wait) - high temp = none, low temp = stop timer
* M109 (hotend, wait) - high temp = start timer, low temp = stop timer
* M190 (bed, wait) - high temp = start timer, low temp = none
* The timer can also be controlled with the following commands:
* M75 - Start the print job timer
* M76 - Pause the print job timer
* M77 - Stop the print job timer
* Print Counter
* Track statistical data such as:
* - Total print jobs
* - Total successful print jobs
* - Total failed print jobs
* - Total time printing
* View the current statistics with M78.
//============================= LCD and SD support ============================
// @section lcd
* Select the language to display on the LCD. These languages are available:
* en, an, bg, ca, cn, cz, cz_utf8, de, el, el-gr, es, es_utf8,
* eu, fi, fr, fr_utf8, gl, hr, it, kana, kana_utf8, nl, pl, pt,
* pt_utf8, pt-br, pt-br_utf8, ru, sk_utf8, tr, uk, zh_CN, zh_TW, test
* :{ 'en':'English', 'an':'Aragonese', 'bg':'Bulgarian', 'ca':'Catalan', 'cn':'Chinese', 'cz':'Czech', 'cz_utf8':'Czech (UTF8)', 'de':'German', 'el':'Greek', 'el-gr':'Greek (Greece)', 'es':'Spanish', 'es_utf8':'Spanish (UTF8)', 'eu':'Basque-Euskera', 'fi':'Finnish', 'fr':'French', 'fr_utf8':'French (UTF8)', 'gl':'Galician', 'hr':'Croatian', 'it':'Italian', 'kana':'Japanese', 'kana_utf8':'Japanese (UTF8)', 'nl':'Dutch', 'pl':'Polish', 'pt':'Portuguese', 'pt-br':'Portuguese (Brazilian)', 'pt-br_utf8':'Portuguese (Brazilian UTF8)', 'pt_utf8':'Portuguese (UTF8)', 'ru':'Russian', 'sk_utf8':'Slovak (UTF8)', 'tr':'Turkish', 'uk':'Ukrainian', 'zh_CN':'Chinese (Simplified)', 'zh_TW':'Chinese (Taiwan)', 'test':'TEST' }
#define LCD_LANGUAGE en
* LCD Character Set
* Note: This option is NOT applicable to Graphical Displays.
* All character-based LCDs provide ASCII plus one of these
* language extensions:
* - JAPANESE ... the most common
* - WESTERN ... with more accented characters
* - CYRILLIC ... for the Russian language
* To determine the language extension installed on your controller:
* - Compile and upload with LCD_LANGUAGE set to 'test'
* - Click the controller to view the LCD menu
* - The LCD will display Japanese, Western, or Cyrillic text
* See
* SD Card support is disabled by default. If your controller has an SD slot,
* you must uncomment the following option or it won't work.
* Enable one of the following items for a slower SPI transfer speed.
* This may be required to resolve "volume init" errors.
* Use CRC checks and retries on the SD communication.
* LCD Menu Items
* Disable all menus and only display the Status Screen, or
* just remove some extraneous menu items to recover space.
//#define NO_LCD_MENUS
// This option overrides the default number of encoder pulses needed to
// produce one step. Should be increased for high-resolution encoders.
// Use this option to override the number of step signals required to
// move between next/prev menu items.
* Encoder Direction Options
* Test your encoder's behavior first with both options disabled.
* Reversed Value Edit and Menu Nav? Enable REVERSE_ENCODER_DIRECTION.
* Reversed Menu Navigation only? Enable REVERSE_MENU_DIRECTION.
* Reversed Value Editing only? Enable BOTH options.
// This option reverses the encoder direction everywhere.
// Set this option if CLOCKWISE causes values to DECREASE
// This option reverses the encoder direction for navigating LCD menus.
// If CLOCKWISE normally moves DOWN this makes it go UP.
// If CLOCKWISE normally moves UP this makes it go DOWN.
// Individual Axis Homing
// Add individual axis homing items (Home X, Home Y, and Home Z) to the LCD menu.
// If you have a speaker that can produce tones, enable it here.
// By default Marlin assumes you have a buzzer with a fixed frequency.
//#define SPEAKER
// The duration and frequency for the UI feedback sound.
// Set these to 0 to disable audio feedback in the LCD menus.
// Note: Test audio output with the G-Code:
// M300 S<frequency Hz> P<duration ms>
//======================== LCD / Controller Selection =========================
//======================== (Character-based LCDs) =========================
// RepRapDiscount Smart Controller.
// Note: Usually sold with a white PCB.
// ULTIMAKER Controller.
// ULTIPANEL as seen on Thingiverse.
//#define ULTIPANEL
// PanelOne from T3P3 (via RAMPS 1.4 AUX2/AUX3)
//#define PANEL_ONE
// GADGETS3D G3D LCD/SD Controller
// Note: Usually sold with a blue PCB.
//#define G3D_PANEL
// RigidBot Panel V1.0
// Makeboard 3D Printer Parts 3D Printer Mini Display 1602 Mini Controller
// ANET and Tronxy 20x4 Controller
#define ZONESTAR_LCD // Requires ADC_KEYPAD_PIN to be assigned to an analog pin.
// This LCD is known to be susceptible to electrical interference
// which scrambles the display. Pressing any button clears it up.
// This is a LCD2004 display with 5 analog buttons.
// Generic 16x2, 16x4, 20x2, or 20x4 character-based LCD.
//#define ULTRA_LCD
//======================== LCD / Controller Selection =========================
//===================== (I2C and Shift-Register LCDs) =====================
// Note: These controllers require the installation of Arduino's LiquidCrystal_I2C
// library. For more info:
// Elefu RA Board Control Panel
// Sainsmart (YwRobot) LCD Displays
// These require F.Malpartida's LiquidCrystal_I2C library
//#define LCD_SAINSMART_I2C_1602
//#define LCD_SAINSMART_I2C_2004
// Generic LCM1602 LCD adapter
//#define LCM1602
// PANELOLU2 LCD with status LEDs,
// separate encoder and click inputs.
// Note: This controller requires Arduino's LiquidTWI2 library v1.2.3 or later.
// For more info:
// Note: The PANELOLU2 encoder click input can either be directly connected to
// a pin (if BTN_ENC defined to != -1) or read through I2C (when BTN_ENC == -1).
//#define LCD_I2C_PANELOLU2
// Panucatt VIKI LCD with status LEDs,
// integrated click & L/R/U/D buttons, separate encoder inputs.
//#define LCD_I2C_VIKI
// CONTROLLER TYPE: Shift register panels
// 2 wire Non-latching LCD SR from
// LCD configuration:
//#define SAV_3DLCD
//======================= LCD / Controller Selection =======================
//========================= (Graphical LCDs) ========================
// CONTROLLER TYPE: Graphical 128x64 (DOGM)
// IMPORTANT: The U8glib library is required for Graphical Display!
// RepRapDiscount FULL GRAPHIC Smart Controller
// ReprapWorld Graphical LCD
// Activate one of these if you have a Panucatt Devices
// Viki 2.0 or mini Viki with Graphic LCD
//#define VIKI2
//#define miniVIKI
// MakerLab Mini Panel with graphic
// controller and SD support -
//#define MINIPANEL
// MaKr3d Makr-Panel with graphic controller and SD support.
//#define MAKRPANEL
// Adafruit ST7565 Full Graphic Controller.
// BQ LCD Smart Controller shipped by
// default with the BQ Hephestos 2 and Witbox 2.
// Cartesio UI
//#define CARTESIO_UI
// LCD for Melzi Card with Graphical LCD
//#define LCD_FOR_MELZI
// SSD1306 OLED full graphics generic display
//#define U8GLIB_SSD1306
// SAV OLEd LCD module support using either SSD1306 or SH1106 based LCD modules
//#define SAV_3DGLCD
//#define U8GLIB_SSD1306
#define U8GLIB_SH1106
// Original Ulticontroller from Ultimaker 2 printer with SSD1309 I2C display and encoder
// TinyBoy2 128x64 OLED / Encoder Panel
// MKS MINI12864 with graphic controller and SD support
//#define MKS_MINI_12864
// Factory display for Creality CR-10
// This is RAMPS-compatible using a single 10-pin connector.
// (For CR-10 owners who want to replace the Melzi Creality board but retain the display)
// ANET and Tronxy Graphical Controller
//#define ANET_FULL_GRAPHICS_LCD // Anet 128x64 full graphics lcd with rotary encoder as used on Anet A6
// A clone of the RepRapDiscount full graphics display but with
// different pins/wiring (see pins_ANET_10.h).
// Tiny, but very sharp OLED display
//#define MKS_12864OLED // Uses the SH1106 controller (default)
//#define MKS_12864OLED_SSD1306 // Uses the SSD1306 controller
// Silvergate GLCD controller
//============================ Other Controllers ============================
// CONTROLLER TYPE: Standalone / Serial
// LCD for Malyan M200 printers.
// This requires SDSUPPORT to be enabled
//#define MALYAN_LCD
// CONTROLLER TYPE: Keypad / Add-on
// REPRAPWORLD_KEYPAD_MOVE_STEP sets how much should the robot move when a key
// is pressed, a value of 10.0 means 10mm per click.
//=============================== Extra Features ==============================
// @section extras
// Increase the FAN PWM frequency. Removes the PWM noise but increases heating in the FET/Arduino
//#define FAST_PWM_FAN
// Use software PWM to drive the fan, as for the heaters. This uses a very low frequency
// which is not as annoying as with the hardware PWM. On the other hand, if this frequency
// is too low, you should also increment SOFT_PWM_SCALE.
//#define FAN_SOFT_PWM
// Incrementing this by 1 will double the software PWM frequency,
// affecting heaters, and the fan if FAN_SOFT_PWM is enabled.
// However, control resolution will be halved for each increment;
// at zero value, there are 128 effective control positions.
#define SOFT_PWM_SCALE 0
// If SOFT_PWM_SCALE is set to a value higher than 0, dithering can
// be used to mitigate the associated resolution loss. If enabled,
// some of the PWM cycles are stretched so on average the desired
// duty cycle is attained.
// Temperature status LEDs that display the hotend and bed temperature.
// If all hotends, bed temperature, and target temperature are under 54C
// then the BLUE led is on. Otherwise the RED led is on. (1C hysteresis)
//#define TEMP_STAT_LEDS
// M240 Triggers a camera by emulating a Canon RC-1 Remote
// Data from:
//#define PHOTOGRAPH_PIN 23
// SkeinForge sends the wrong arc g-codes when using Arc Point as fillet procedure
//#define SF_ARC_FIX
// Support for the BariCUDA Paste Extruder
//#define BARICUDA
// Support for BlinkM/CyzRgb
//#define BLINKM
// Support for PCA9632 PWM LED driver
//#define PCA9632
* RGB LED / LED Strip Control
* Enable support for an RGB LED connected to 5V digital pins, or
* an RGB Strip connected to MOSFETs controlled by digital pins.
* Adds the M150 command to set the LED (or LED strip) color.
* If pins are PWM capable (e.g., 4, 5, 6, 11) then a range of
* luminance values can be set from 0 to 255.
* For Neopixel LED an overall brightness parameter is also available.
* *** CAUTION ***
* LED Strips require a MOSFET Chip between PWM lines and LEDs,
* as the Arduino cannot handle the current the LEDs will require.
* Failure to follow this precaution can destroy your Arduino!
* NOTE: A separate 5V power supply is required! The Neopixel LED needs
* more current than the Arduino 5V linear regulator can produce.
* *** CAUTION ***
* LED Type. Enable only one of the following two options.
//#define RGB_LED
//#define RGBW_LED
#define RGB_LED_R_PIN 34
#define RGB_LED_G_PIN 43
#define RGB_LED_B_PIN 35
#define RGB_LED_W_PIN -1
// Support for Adafruit Neopixel LED driver
//#define NEOPIXEL_LED
#define NEOPIXEL_TYPE NEO_GRBW // NEO_GRBW / NEO_GRB - four/three channel driver type (defined in Adafruit_NeoPixel.h)
#define NEOPIXEL_PIN 4 // LED driving pin on motherboard 4 => D4 (EXP2-5 on Printrboard) / 30 => PC7 (EXP3-13 on Rumba)
#define NEOPIXEL_PIXELS 30 // Number of LEDs in the strip
#define NEOPIXEL_IS_SEQUENTIAL // Sequential display for temperature change - LED by LED. Disable to change all LEDs at once.
#define NEOPIXEL_BRIGHTNESS 127 // Initial brightness (0-255)
//#define NEOPIXEL_STARTUP_TEST // Cycle through colors at startup
* Printer Event LEDs
* During printing, the LEDs will reflect the printer status:
* - Gradually change from blue to violet as the heated bed gets to target temp
* - Gradually change from violet to red as the hotend gets to temperature
* - Change to white to illuminate work surface
* - Change to green once print has finished
* - Turn off after the print has finished and the user has pushed a button
* R/C SERVO support
* Sponsored by TrinityLabs, Reworked by codexmas
* Number of servos
* For some servo-related options NUM_SERVOS will be set automatically.
* Set this manually if there are extra servos needing manual control.
* Leave undefined or set to 0 to entirely disable the servo subsystem.
//#define NUM_SERVOS 3 // Servo index starts with 0 for M280 command
// Delay (in milliseconds) before the next move will start, to give the servo time to reach its target angle.
// 300ms is a good value but you can try less delay.
// If the servo can't reach the requested position, increase it.
#define SERVO_DELAY { 300 }
// Servo deactivation
// With this option servos are powered only during movement, then turned off to prevent jitter.
* Marlin 3D Printer Firmware
* Copyright (C) 2016 MarlinFirmware []
* Based on Sprinter and grbl.
* Copyright (C) 2011 Camiel Gubbels / Erik van der Zalm
* This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* GNU General Public License for more details.
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program. If not, see <>.
* Configuration_adv.h
* Advanced settings.
* Only change these if you know exactly what you're doing.
* Some of these settings can damage your printer if improperly set!
* Basic settings can be found in Configuration.h
// @section temperature
//=============================Thermal Settings ============================
// Hephestos 2 24V heated bed upgrade kit.
#define TEMP_SENSOR_BED 70
#define BED_CHECK_INTERVAL 5000 // ms between checks in bang-bang control
#define BED_HYSTERESIS 2 // Only disable heating if T>target+BED_HYSTERESIS and enable heating if T>target-BED_HYSTERESIS
* Thermal Protection provides additional protection to your printer from damage
* and fire. Marlin always includes safe min and max temperature ranges which
* protect against a broken or disconnected thermistor wire.
* The issue: If a thermistor falls out, it will report the much lower
* temperature of the air in the room, and the the firmware will keep
* the heater on.
* The solution: Once the temperature reaches the target, start observing.
* If the temperature stays too far below the target (hysteresis) for too
* long (period), the firmware will halt the machine as a safety precaution.
* If you get false positives for "Thermal Runaway", increase
#define THERMAL_PROTECTION_HYSTERESIS 10 // Degrees Celsius
* Whenever an M104, M109, or M303 increases the target temperature, the
* firmware will wait for the WATCH_TEMP_PERIOD to expire. If the temperature
* hasn't increased by WATCH_TEMP_INCREASE degrees, the machine is halted and
* requires a hard reset. This test restarts with any M104/M109/M303, but only
* if the current temperature is far enough below the target for a reliable
* test.
* If you get false positives for "Heating failed", increase WATCH_TEMP_PERIOD
* and/or decrease WATCH_TEMP_INCREASE. WATCH_TEMP_INCREASE should not be set
* below 2.
#define WATCH_TEMP_PERIOD 20 // Seconds
#define WATCH_TEMP_INCREASE 2 // Degrees Celsius
* Thermal Protection parameters for the bed are just as above for hotends.
* As described above, except for the bed (M140/M190/M303).
#define WATCH_BED_TEMP_PERIOD 100 // Seconds
#define WATCH_BED_TEMP_INCREASE 2 // Degrees Celsius
// this adds an experimental additional term to the heating power, proportional to the extrusion speed.
// if Kc is chosen well, the additional required power due to increased melting should be compensated.
#define DEFAULT_Kc (100) //heating power=Kc*(e_speed)
#define LPQ_MAX_LEN 50
* Automatic Temperature:
* The hotend target temperature is calculated by all the buffered lines of gcode.
* The maximum buffered steps/sec of the extruder motor is called "se".
* Start autotemp mode with M109 S<mintemp> B<maxtemp> F<factor>
* The target temperature is set to mintemp+factor*se[steps/sec] and is limited by
* mintemp and maxtemp. Turn this off by executing M109 without F*
* Also, if the temperature is set to a value below mintemp, it will not be changed by autotemp.
* On an Ultimaker, some initial testing worked with M109 S215 B260 F1 in the start.gcode
//#define AUTOTEMP
// Show extra position information in M114
//#define M114_DETAIL
// Show Temperature ADC value
// Enable for M105 to include ADC values read from temperature sensors.
* High Temperature Thermistor Support
* Thermistors able to support high temperature tend to have a hard time getting
* good readings at room and lower temperatures. This means HEATER_X_RAW_LO_TEMP
* will probably be caught when the heating element first turns on during the
* preheating process, which will trigger a min_temp_error as a safety measure
* and force stop everything.
* To circumvent this limitation, we allow for a preheat time (during which,
* min_temp_error won't be triggered) and add a min_temp buffer to handle
* aberrant readings.
* If you want to enable this feature for your hotend thermistor(s)
* uncomment and set values > 0 in the constants below
// The number of consecutive low temperature errors that can occur
// before a min_temp_error is triggered. (Shouldn't be more than 10.)
// The number of milliseconds a hotend will preheat before starting to check
// the temperature. This value should NOT be set to the time it takes the
// hot end to reach the target temperature, but the time it takes to reach
// the minimum temperature your thermistor can read. The lower the better/safer.
// This shouldn't need to be more than 30 seconds (30000)
// @section extruder
// Extruder runout prevention.
// If the machine is idle and the temperature over MINTEMP
// then extrude some filament every couple of SECONDS.
#define EXTRUDER_RUNOUT_SPEED 1500 // mm/m
// @section temperature
// Calibration for AD595 / AD8495 sensor to adjust temperature measurements.
// The final temperature is calculated as (measuredTemp * GAIN) + OFFSET.
#define TEMP_SENSOR_AD595_OFFSET 0.0
#define TEMP_SENSOR_AD595_GAIN 1.0
#define TEMP_SENSOR_AD8495_OFFSET 0.0
#define TEMP_SENSOR_AD8495_GAIN 1.0
* Controller Fan
* To cool down the stepper drivers and MOSFETs.
* The fan will turn on automatically whenever any stepper is enabled
* and turn off after a set period after all steppers are turned off.
//#define CONTROLLER_FAN_PIN -1 // Set a custom pin for the controller fan
#define CONTROLLERFAN_SECS 60 // Duration in seconds for the fan to run after all motors are disabled
#define CONTROLLERFAN_SPEED 255 // 255 == full speed
// When first starting the main fan, run it at full speed for the
// given number of milliseconds. This gets the fan spinning reliably
// before setting a PWM value. (Does not work with software PWM for fan on Sanguinololu)
//#define FAN_KICKSTART_TIME 100
* PWM Fan Scaling
* Define the min/max speeds for PWM fans (as set with M106).
* With these options the M106 0-255 value range is scaled to a subset
* to ensure that the fan has enough power to spin, or to run lower
* current fans with higher current. (e.g., 5V/12V fans with 12V/24V)
* Value 0 always turns off the fan.
* Define one or both of these to override the default 0-255 range.
//#define FAN_MIN_PWM 50
//#define FAN_MAX_PWM 128
// @section extruder
* Extruder cooling fans
* Extruder auto fans automatically turn on when their extruders'
* temperatures go above EXTRUDER_AUTO_FAN_TEMPERATURE.
* Your board's pins file specifies the recommended pins. Override those here
* or set to -1 to disable completely.
* Multiple extruders can be assigned to the same pin in which case
* the fan will turn on when any selected extruder is above the threshold.
#define E0_AUTO_FAN_PIN -1
#define E1_AUTO_FAN_PIN -1
#define E2_AUTO_FAN_PIN -1
#define E3_AUTO_FAN_PIN -1
#define E4_AUTO_FAN_PIN -1
#define EXTRUDER_AUTO_FAN_SPEED 255 // == full speed
* Part-Cooling Fan Multiplexer
* This feature allows you to digitally multiplex the fan output.
* The multiplexer is automatically switched at tool-change.
* Set FANMUX[012]_PINs below for up to 2, 4, or 8 multiplexed fans.
#define FANMUX0_PIN -1
#define FANMUX1_PIN -1
#define FANMUX2_PIN -1
* M355 Case Light on-off / brightness
//#define CASE_LIGHT_PIN 4 // Override the default pin if needed
#define INVERT_CASE_LIGHT false // Set true if Case Light is ON when pin is LOW
#define CASE_LIGHT_DEFAULT_ON true // Set default power-up state on
#define CASE_LIGHT_DEFAULT_BRIGHTNESS 105 // Set default power-up brightness (0-255, requires PWM pin)
//#define MENU_ITEM_CASE_LIGHT // Add a Case Light option to the LCD main menu
//#define CASE_LIGHT_USE_NEOPIXEL // Use Neopixel LED as case light, requires NEOPIXEL_LED.
#define CASE_LIGHT_NEOPIXEL_COLOR { 255, 255, 255, 255 } // { Red, Green, Blue, White }
//============================ Mechanical Settings ==========================
// @section homing
// If you want endstops to stay on (by default) even when not homing
// enable this option. Override at any time with M120, M121.
// @section extras
//#define Z_LATE_ENABLE // Enable Z the last moment. Needed if your Z driver overheats.
* Dual Steppers / Dual Endstops
* This section will allow you to use extra E drivers to drive a second motor for X, Y, or Z axes.
* For example, set X_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS setting to use a second motor. If the motors need to
* spin in opposite directions set INVERT_X2_VS_X_DIR. If the second motor needs its own endstop
* set X_DUAL_ENDSTOPS. This can adjust for "racking." Use X2_USE_ENDSTOP to set the endstop plug
* that should be used for the second endstop. Extra endstops will appear in the output of 'M119'.
* Use X_DUAL_ENDSTOP_ADJUSTMENT to adjust for mechanical imperfection. After homing both motors
* this offset is applied to the X2 motor. To find the offset home the X axis, and measure the error
* in X2. Dual endstop offsets can be set at runtime with 'M666 X<offset> Y<offset> Z<offset>'.
#define INVERT_X2_VS_X_DIR true // Set 'true' if X motors should rotate in opposite directions
#define INVERT_Y2_VS_Y_DIR true // Set 'true' if Y motors should rotate in opposite directions
// Enable this for dual x-carriage printers.
// A dual x-carriage design has the advantage that the inactive extruder can be parked which
// prevents hot-end ooze contaminating the print. It also reduces the weight of each x-carriage
// allowing faster printing speeds. Connect your X2 stepper to the first unused E plug.
// Configuration for second X-carriage
// Note: the first x-carriage is defined as the x-carriage which homes to the minimum endstop;
// the second x-carriage always homes to the maximum endstop.
#define X1_MIN_POS X_MIN_POS // set minimum to ensure first x-carriage doesn't hit the parked second X-carriage
#define X1_MAX_POS X_BED_SIZE // set maximum to ensure first x-carriage doesn't hit the parked second X-carriage
#define X2_MIN_POS 80 // set minimum to ensure second x-carriage doesn't hit the parked first X-carriage
#define X2_MAX_POS 353 // set maximum to the distance between toolheads when both heads are homed
#define X2_HOME_DIR 1 // the second X-carriage always homes to the maximum endstop position
#define X2_HOME_POS X2_MAX_POS // default home position is the maximum carriage position
// However: In this mode the HOTEND_OFFSET_X value for the second extruder provides a software
// override for X2_HOME_POS. This also allow recalibration of the distance between the two endstops
// without modifying the firmware (through the "M218 T1 X???" command).
// Remember: you should set the second extruder x-offset to 0 in your slicer.
// There are a few selectable movement modes for dual x-carriages using M605 S<mode>
// Mode 0 (DXC_FULL_CONTROL_MODE): Full control. The slicer has full control over both x-carriages and can achieve optimal travel results
// as long as it supports dual x-carriages. (M605 S0)
// Mode 1 (DXC_AUTO_PARK_MODE) : Auto-park mode. The firmware will automatically park and unpark the x-carriages on tool changes so
// that additional slicer support is not required. (M605 S1)
// Mode 2 (DXC_DUPLICATION_MODE) : Duplication mode. The firmware will transparently make the second x-carriage and extruder copy all
// actions of the first x-carriage. This allows the printer to print 2 arbitrary items at
// once. (2nd extruder x offset and temp offset are set using: M605 S2 [Xnnn] [Rmmm])
// This is the default power-up mode which can be later using M605.
// Default settings in "Auto-park Mode"
#define TOOLCHANGE_PARK_ZLIFT 0.2 // the distance to raise Z axis when parking an extruder
#define TOOLCHANGE_UNPARK_ZLIFT 1 // the distance to raise Z axis when unparking an extruder
// Default x offset in duplication mode (typically set to half print bed width)
// Activate a solenoid on the active extruder with M380. Disable all with M381.
// Define SOL0_PIN, SOL1_PIN, etc., for each extruder that has a solenoid.
//#define EXT_SOLENOID
// @section homing
// Homing hits each endstop, retracts by these distances, then does a slower bump.
#define X_HOME_BUMP_MM 5
#define Y_HOME_BUMP_MM 5
#define Z_HOME_BUMP_MM 2
#define HOMING_BUMP_DIVISOR { 2, 2, 4 } // Re-Bump Speed Divisor (Divides the Homing Feedrate)
//#define QUICK_HOME // If homing includes X and Y, do a diagonal move initially
// When G28 is called, this option will make Y home before X
//#define HOME_Y_BEFORE_X
// Enable this if X or Y can't home without homing the other axis first.
// @section machine
#define AXIS_RELATIVE_MODES {false, false, false, false}
// Allow duplication mode with a basic dual-nozzle extruder
// By default pololu step drivers require an active high signal. However, some high power drivers require an active low signal as step.
#define INVERT_X_STEP_PIN false
#define INVERT_Y_STEP_PIN false
#define INVERT_Z_STEP_PIN false
#define INVERT_E_STEP_PIN false
// Default stepper release if idle. Set to 0 to deactivate.
// Steppers will shut down DEFAULT_STEPPER_DEACTIVE_TIME seconds after the last move when DISABLE_INACTIVE_? is true.
// Time can be set by M18 and M84.
#define DISABLE_INACTIVE_Z true // set to false if the nozzle will fall down on your printed part when print has finished.
#define DEFAULT_MINIMUMFEEDRATE 0.0 // minimum feedrate
//#define HOME_AFTER_DEACTIVATE // Require rehoming after steppers are deactivated
// @section lcd
#define MANUAL_FEEDRATE {50*60, 50*60, 4*60, 60} // Feedrates for manual moves along X, Y, Z, E from panel
#define ULTIPANEL_FEEDMULTIPLY // Comment to disable setting feedrate multiplier via encoder
// @section extras
// minimum time in microseconds that a movement needs to take if the buffer is emptied.
// If defined the movements slow down when the look ahead buffer is only half full
#define SLOWDOWN
// Frequency limit
// See nophead's blog for more info
// Not working O
// Minimum planner junction speed. Sets the default minimum speed the planner plans for at the end
// of the buffer and all stops. This should not be much greater than zero and should only be changed
// if unwanted behavior is observed on a user's machine when running at very slow speeds.
#define MINIMUM_PLANNER_SPEED 0.05 // (mm/sec)
// Use Junction Deviation instead of traditional Jerk Limiting
#define JUNCTION_DEVIATION_MM 0.02 // (mm) Distance from real junction edge
* Adaptive Step Smoothing increases the resolution of multi-axis moves, particularly at step frequencies
* below 1kHz (for AVR) or 10kHz (for ARM), where aliasing between axes in multi-axis moves causes audible
* vibration and surface artifacts. The algorithm adapts to provide the best possible step smoothing at the
* lowest stepping frequencies.
// Microstep setting (Only functional when stepper driver microstep pins are connected to MCU.
#define MICROSTEP_MODES { 16, 16, 16, 16, 16 } // [1,2,4,8,16]
* @section stepper motor current
* Some boards have a means of setting the stepper motor current via firmware.
* The power on motor currents are set by:
* known compatible chips: A4982
* known compatible chips: AD5206
* known compatible chips: MCP4728
* known compatible chips: MCP4451, MCP4018
* Motor currents can also be set by M907 - M910 and by the LCD.
* M907 - applies to all.
//#define PWM_MOTOR_CURRENT { 1300, 1300, 1250 } // Values in milliamps
//#define DIGIPOT_MOTOR_CURRENT { 135,135,135,135,135 } // Values 0-255 (RAMBO 135 = ~0.75A, 185 = ~1A)
//#define DAC_MOTOR_CURRENT_DEFAULT { 70, 80, 90, 80 } // Default drive percent - X, Y, Z, E axis
// Use an I2C based DIGIPOT (e.g., Azteeg X3 Pro)
//#define DIGIPOT_I2C
* Common slave addresses:
* A (A shifted) B (B shifted) IC
* Smoothie 0x2C (0x58) 0x2D (0x5A) MCP4451
* AZTEEG_X3_PRO 0x2C (0x58) 0x2E (0x5C) MCP4451
#define DIGIPOT_I2C_ADDRESS_A 0x2C // unshifted slave address for first DIGIPOT
#define DIGIPOT_I2C_ADDRESS_B 0x2D // unshifted slave address for second DIGIPOT
//#define DIGIPOT_MCP4018 // Requires library from
// Actual motor currents in Amps. The number of entries must match DIGIPOT_I2C_NUM_CHANNELS.
// These correspond to the physical drivers, so be mindful if the order is changed.
#define DIGIPOT_I2C_MOTOR_CURRENTS { 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0 } // AZTEEG_X3_PRO
//=============================Additional Features===========================
#define ENCODER_RATE_MULTIPLIER // If defined, certain menu edit operations automatically multiply the steps when the encoder is moved quickly
#define ENCODER_10X_STEPS_PER_SEC 75 // If the encoder steps per sec exceeds this value, multiply steps moved x10 to quickly advance the value
#define ENCODER_100X_STEPS_PER_SEC 160 // If the encoder steps per sec exceeds this value, multiply steps moved x100 to really quickly advance the value
//#define CHDK 4 //Pin for triggering CHDK to take a picture see how to use it here
#define CHDK_DELAY 50 //How long in ms the pin should stay HIGH before going LOW again
// @section lcd
// Include a page of printer information in the LCD Main Menu
//#define LCD_INFO_MENU
// Scroll a longer status message into view
// On the Info Screen, display XY with one decimal place when possible
// The timeout (in ms) to return to the status screen from sub-menus
//#define LCD_TIMEOUT_TO_STATUS 15000
// Add an 'M73' G-code to set the current percentage
//#define LCD_PROGRESS_BAR // Show a progress bar on HD44780 LCDs for SD printing
#define PROGRESS_BAR_BAR_TIME 2000 // (ms) Amount of time to show the bar
#define PROGRESS_BAR_MSG_TIME 3000 // (ms) Amount of time to show the status message
#define PROGRESS_MSG_EXPIRE 0 // (ms) Amount of time to retain the status message (0=forever)
//#define PROGRESS_MSG_ONCE // Show the message for MSG_TIME then clear it
//#define LCD_PROGRESS_BAR_TEST // Add a menu item to test the progress bar
* LED Control Menu
* Enable this feature to add LED Control to the LCD menu
#define LED_COLOR_PRESETS // Enable the Preset Color menu option
#define LED_USER_PRESET_RED 255 // User defined RED value
#define LED_USER_PRESET_GREEN 128 // User defined GREEN value
#define LED_USER_PRESET_BLUE 0 // User defined BLUE value
#define LED_USER_PRESET_WHITE 255 // User defined WHITE value
#define LED_USER_PRESET_BRIGHTNESS 255 // User defined intensity
//#define LED_USER_PRESET_STARTUP // Have the printer display the user preset color on startup
// Some RAMPS and other boards don't detect when an SD card is inserted. You can work
// around this by connecting a push button or single throw switch to the pin defined
// as SD_DETECT_PIN in your board's pins definitions.
// This setting should be disabled unless you are using a push button, pulling the pin to ground.
// Note: This is always disabled for ULTIPANEL (except ELB_FULL_GRAPHIC_CONTROLLER).
#define SD_FINISHED_STEPPERRELEASE true // Disable steppers when SD Print is finished
#define SD_FINISHED_RELEASECOMMAND "M84 X Y Z E" // You might want to keep the z enabled so your bed stays in place.
// Reverse SD sort to show "more recent" files first, according to the card's FAT.
// Since the FAT gets out of order with usage, SDCARD_SORT_ALPHA is recommended.
// Add an option in the menu to run all auto#.g files
* Continue after Power-Loss (Creality3D)
* Store the current state to the SD Card at the start of each layer
* during SD printing. If the recovery file is found at boot time, present
* an option on the LCD screen to continue the print from the last-known
* point in the file.
//#define POWER_LOSS_PIN 44 // Pin to detect power loss
//#define POWER_LOSS_STATE HIGH // State of pin indicating power loss
* Sort SD file listings in alphabetical order.
* With this option enabled, items on SD cards will be sorted
* by name for easier navigation.
* By default...
* - Use the slowest -but safest- method for sorting.
* - Folders are sorted to the top.
* - The sort key is statically allocated.
* - No added G-code (M34) support.
* - 40 item sorting limit. (Items after the first 40 are unsorted.)
* SD sorting uses static allocation (as set by SDSORT_LIMIT), allowing the
* compiler to calculate the worst-case usage and throw an error if the SRAM
* limit is exceeded.
* - SDSORT_USES_RAM provides faster sorting via a static directory buffer.
* - SDSORT_USES_STACK does the same, but uses a local stack-based buffer.
* - SDSORT_CACHE_NAMES will retain the sorted file listing in RAM. (Expensive!)
* - SDSORT_DYNAMIC_RAM only uses RAM when the SD menu is visible. (Use with caution!)
// SD Card Sorting options
#define SDSORT_LIMIT 40 // Maximum number of sorted items (10-256). Costs 27 bytes each.
#define FOLDER_SORTING -1 // -1=above 0=none 1=below
#define SDSORT_GCODE false // Allow turning sorting on/off with LCD and M34 g-code.
#define SDSORT_USES_RAM false // Pre-allocate a static array for faster pre-sorting.
#define SDSORT_USES_STACK false // Prefer the stack for pre-sorting to give back some SRAM. (Negated by next 2 options.)
#define SDSORT_CACHE_NAMES false // Keep sorted items in RAM longer for speedy performance. Most expensive option.
#define SDSORT_DYNAMIC_RAM false // Use dynamic allocation (within SD menus). Least expensive option. Set SDSORT_LIMIT before use!
#define SDSORT_CACHE_VFATS 2 // Maximum number of 13-byte VFAT entries to use for sorting.
// This allows hosts to request long names for files and folders with M33
// Enable this option to scroll long filenames in the SD card menu
* This option allows you to abort SD printing when any endstop is triggered.
* This feature must be enabled with "M540 S1" or from the LCD menu.
* To have any effect, endstops must be enabled during SD printing.
* This option makes it easier to print the same SD Card file again.
* On print completion the LCD Menu will open with the file selected.
* You can just click to start the print, or navigate elsewhere.
* Auto-report SdCard status with M27 S<seconds>
#endif // SDSUPPORT
* Additional options for Graphical Displays
* Use the optimizations here to improve printing performance,
* which can be adversely affected by graphical display drawing,
* especially when doing several short moves, and when printing
* on DELTA and SCARA machines.
* Some of these options may result in the display lagging behind
* controller events, as there is a trade-off between reliable
* printing performance versus fast display updates.
// Show SD percentage next to the progress bar
// Enable to save many cycles by drawing a hollow frame on the Info Screen
// Enable to save many cycles by drawing a hollow frame on Menu Screens
// A bigger font is available for edit items. Costs 3120 bytes of PROGMEM.
// Western only. Not available for Cyrillic, Kana, Turkish, Greek, or Chinese.
// A smaller font may be used on the Info Screen. Costs 2300 bytes of PROGMEM.
// Western only. Not available for Cyrillic, Kana, Turkish, Greek, or Chinese.
// Enable this option and reduce the value to optimize screen updates.
// The normal delay is 10µs. Use the lowest value that still gives a reliable display.
//#define DOGM_SPI_DELAY_US 5
// Swap the CW/CCW indicators in the graphics overlay
* ST7920-based LCDs can emulate a 16 x 4 character display using
* the ST7920 character-generator for very fast screen updates.
* Enable LIGHTWEIGHT_UI to use this special display mode.
* Since LIGHTWEIGHT_UI has limited space, the position and status
* message occupy the same line. Set STATUS_EXPIRE_SECONDS to the
* length of time to display the status message before clearing.
* Set STATUS_EXPIRE_SECONDS to zero to never clear the status.
* This will prevent position updates from being displayed.
#endif // DOGLCD
// @section safety
// The hardware watchdog should reset the microcontroller disabling all outputs,
// in case the firmware gets stuck and doesn't do temperature regulation.
// If you have a watchdog reboot in an ArduinoMega2560 then the device will hang forever, as a watchdog reset will leave the watchdog on.
// The "WATCHDOG_RESET_MANUAL" goes around this by not using the hardware reset.
// However, THIS FEATURE IS UNSAFE!, as it will only work if interrupts are disabled. And the code could hang in an interrupt routine with interrupts disabled.
// @section lcd
* Babystepping enables movement of the axes by tiny increments without changing
* the current position values. This feature is used primarily to adjust the Z
* axis in the first layer of a print in real-time.
* Warning: Does not respect endstops!
//#define BABYSTEP_XY // Also enable X/Y Babystepping. Not supported on DELTA!
#define BABYSTEP_INVERT_Z false // Change if Z babysteps should go the other way
#define BABYSTEP_MULTIPLICATOR 1 // Babysteps are very small. Increase for faster motion.
//#define BABYSTEP_ZPROBE_OFFSET // Enable to combine M851 and Babystepping
//#define DOUBLECLICK_FOR_Z_BABYSTEPPING // Double-click on the Status Screen for Z Babystepping.
#define DOUBLECLICK_MAX_INTERVAL 1250 // Maximum interval between clicks, in milliseconds.
// Note: Extra time may be added to mitigate controller latency.
//#define BABYSTEP_ZPROBE_GFX_OVERLAY // Enable graphical overlay on Z-offset editor
// @section extruder
* Linear Pressure Control v1.5
* Assumption: advance [steps] = k * (delta velocity [steps/s])
* K=0 means advance disabled.
* NOTE: K values for LIN_ADVANCE 1.5 differ from earlier versions!
* Set K around 0.22 for 3mm PLA Direct Drive with ~6.5cm between the drive gear and heatbreak.
* Larger K values will be needed for flexible filament and greater distances.
* If this algorithm produces a higher speed offset than the extruder can handle (compared to E jerk)
* print acceleration will be reduced during the affected moves to keep within the limit.
* See for full instructions.
* Mention @Sebastianv650 on GitHub to alert the author of any issues.
//#define LIN_ADVANCE
#define LIN_ADVANCE_K 0.22 // Unit: mm compression per 1mm/s extruder speed
//#define LA_DEBUG // If enabled, this will generate debug information output over USB.
// @section leveling
// Override the mesh area if the automatic (max) area is too large
// @section extras
// G2/G3 Arc Support
//#define ARC_SUPPORT // Disable this feature to save ~3226 bytes
#define MM_PER_ARC_SEGMENT 1 // Length of each arc segment
#define N_ARC_CORRECTION 25 // Number of intertpolated segments between corrections
//#define ARC_P_CIRCLES // Enable the 'P' parameter to specify complete circles
//#define CNC_WORKSPACE_PLANES // Allow G2/G3 to operate in XY, ZX, or YZ planes
// Support for G5 with XYZE destination and IJPQ offsets. Requires ~2666 bytes.
// G38.2 and G38.3 Probe Target
// Set MULTIPLE_PROBING if you want G38 to double touch
//#define G38_PROBE_TARGET
#define G38_MINIMUM_MOVE 0.0275 // minimum distance in mm that will produce a move (determined using the print statement in check_move)
// Moves (or segments) with fewer steps than this will be joined with the next move
* Minimum delay after setting the stepper DIR (in ns)
* 0 : No delay (Expect at least 10µS since one Stepper ISR must transpire)
* 20 : Minimum for TMC2xxx drivers
* 200 : Minimum for A4988 drivers
* 500 : Minimum for LV8729 drivers (guess, no info in datasheet)
* 650 : Minimum for DRV8825 drivers
* 1500 : Minimum for TB6600 drivers (guess, no info in datasheet)
* 15000 : Minimum for TB6560 drivers (guess, no info in datasheet)
* Override the default value based on the driver type set in Configuration.h.
* Minimum stepper driver pulse width (in µs)
* 0 : Smallest possible width the MCU can produce, compatible with TMC2xxx drivers
* 1 : Minimum for A4988 stepper drivers
* 1 : Minimum for LV8729 stepper drivers
* 2 : Minimum for DRV8825 stepper drivers
* 3 : Minimum for TB6600 stepper drivers
* 30 : Minimum for TB6560 stepper drivers
* Override the default value based on the driver type set in Configuration.h.
* Maximum stepping rate (in Hz) the stepper driver allows
* If undefined, defaults to 1MHz / (2 * MINIMUM_STEPPER_PULSE)
* 500000 : Maximum for A4988 stepper driver
* 400000 : Maximum for TMC2xxx stepper drivers
* 250000 : Maximum for DRV8825 stepper driver
* 150000 : Maximum for TB6600 stepper driver
* 130000 : Maximum for LV8729 stepper driver
* 15000 : Maximum for TB6560 stepper driver
* Override the default value based on the driver type set in Configuration.h.
//#define MAXIMUM_STEPPER_RATE 250000
// @section temperature
// Control heater 0 and heater 1 in parallel.
//================================= Buffers =================================
// @section hidden
// The number of linear motions that can be in the plan at any give time.
// THE BLOCK_BUFFER_SIZE NEEDS TO BE A POWER OF 2 (e.g. 8, 16, 32) because shifts and ors are used to do the ring-buffering.
#define BLOCK_BUFFER_SIZE 16 // SD,LCD,Buttons take more memory, block buffer needs to be smaller
#define BLOCK_BUFFER_SIZE 16 // maximize block buffer
// @section serial
// The ASCII buffer for serial input
#define MAX_CMD_SIZE 96
#define BUFSIZE 4
// Transmission to Host Buffer Size
// To save 386 bytes of PROGMEM (and TX_BUFFER_SIZE+3 bytes of RAM) set to 0.
// To buffer a simple "ok" you need 4 bytes.
// For ADVANCED_OK (M105) you need 32 bytes.
// For debug-echo: 128 bytes for the optimal speed.
// Other output doesn't need to be that speedy.
// :[0, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256]
#define TX_BUFFER_SIZE 0
// Host Receive Buffer Size
// Without XON/XOFF flow control (see SERIAL_XON_XOFF below) 32 bytes should be enough.
// To use flow control, set this buffer size to at least 1024 bytes.
// :[0, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048]
//#define RX_BUFFER_SIZE 1024
#if RX_BUFFER_SIZE >= 1024
// Enable to have the controller send XON/XOFF control characters to
// the host to signal the RX buffer is becoming full.
// Enable this option to collect and display the maximum
// RX queue usage after transferring a file to SD.
// Enable this option to collect and display the number
// of dropped bytes after a file transfer to SD.
// Enable an emergency-command parser to intercept certain commands as they
// enter the serial receive buffer, so they cannot be blocked.
// Currently handles M108, M112, M410
// Does not work on boards using AT90USB (USBCON) processors!
// Bad Serial-connections can miss a received command by sending an 'ok'
// Therefore some clients abort after 30 seconds in a timeout.
// Some other clients start sending commands while receiving a 'wait'.
// This "wait" is only sent when the buffer is empty. 1 second is a good value here.
//#define NO_TIMEOUTS 1000 // Milliseconds
// Some clients will have this feature soon. This could make the NO_TIMEOUTS unnecessary.
//#define ADVANCED_OK
// @section extras
* Firmware-based and LCD-controlled retract
* Add G10 / G11 commands for automatic firmware-based retract / recover.
* Use M207 and M208 to define parameters for retract / recover.
* Use M209 to enable or disable auto-retract.
* With auto-retract enabled, all G1 E moves within the set range
* will be converted to firmware-based retract/recover moves.
* Be sure to turn off auto-retract during filament change.
* Note that M207 / M208 / M209 settings are saved to EEPROM.
#define MIN_AUTORETRACT 0.1 // When auto-retract is on, convert E moves of this length and over
#define MAX_AUTORETRACT 10.0 // Upper limit for auto-retract conversion
#define RETRACT_LENGTH 3 // Default retract length (positive mm)
#define RETRACT_LENGTH_SWAP 13 // Default swap retract length (positive mm), for extruder change
#define RETRACT_FEEDRATE 45 // Default feedrate for retracting (mm/s)
#define RETRACT_ZLIFT 0 // Default retract Z-lift
#define RETRACT_RECOVER_LENGTH 0 // Default additional recover length (mm, added to retract length when recovering)
#define RETRACT_RECOVER_LENGTH_SWAP 0 // Default additional swap recover length (mm, added to retract length when recovering from extruder change)
#define RETRACT_RECOVER_FEEDRATE 8 // Default feedrate for recovering from retraction (mm/s)
#define RETRACT_RECOVER_FEEDRATE_SWAP 8 // Default feedrate for recovering from swap retraction (mm/s)
* Extra Fan Speed
* Adds a secondary fan speed for each print-cooling fan.
* 'M106 P<fan> T3-255' : Set a secondary speed for <fan>
* 'M106 P<fan> T2' : Use the set secondary speed
* 'M106 P<fan> T1' : Restore the previous fan speed
* Advanced Pause
* Experimental feature for filament change support and for parking the nozzle when paused.
* Adds the GCode M600 for initiating filament change.
* If PARK_HEAD_ON_PAUSE enabled, adds the GCode M125 to pause printing and park the nozzle.
* Requires an LCD display.
* This feature is required for the default FILAMENT_RUNOUT_SCRIPT.
#define PAUSE_PARK_RETRACT_FEEDRATE 60 // (mm/s) Initial retract feedrate.
#define PAUSE_PARK_RETRACT_LENGTH 2 // (mm) Initial retract.
// This short retract is done immediately, before parking the nozzle.
#define FILAMENT_CHANGE_UNLOAD_FEEDRATE 10 // (mm/s) Unload filament feedrate. This can be pretty fast.
#define FILAMENT_CHANGE_UNLOAD_ACCEL 25 // (mm/s^2) Lower acceleration may allow a faster feedrate.
#define FILAMENT_CHANGE_UNLOAD_LENGTH 100 // (mm) The length of filament for a complete unload.
// For Bowden, the full length of the tube and nozzle.
// For direct drive, the full length of the nozzle.
// Set to 0 for manual unloading.
#define FILAMENT_CHANGE_SLOW_LOAD_FEEDRATE 6 // (mm/s) Slow move when starting load.
#define FILAMENT_CHANGE_SLOW_LOAD_LENGTH 0 // (mm) Slow length, to allow time to insert material.
// 0 to disable start loading and skip to fast load only
#define FILAMENT_CHANGE_FAST_LOAD_FEEDRATE 6 // (mm/s) Load filament feedrate. This can be pretty fast.
#define FILAMENT_CHANGE_FAST_LOAD_ACCEL 25 // (mm/s^2) Lower acceleration may allow a faster feedrate.
#define FILAMENT_CHANGE_FAST_LOAD_LENGTH 0 // (mm) Load length of filament, from extruder gear to nozzle.
// For Bowden, the full length of the tube and nozzle.
// For direct drive, the full length of the nozzle.
//#define ADVANCED_PAUSE_CONTINUOUS_PURGE // Purge continuously up to the purge length until interrupted.
#define ADVANCED_PAUSE_PURGE_FEEDRATE 3 // (mm/s) Extrude feedrate (after loading). Should be slower than load feedrate.
#define ADVANCED_PAUSE_PURGE_LENGTH 50 // (mm) Length to extrude after loading.
// Set to 0 for manual extrusion.
// Filament can be extruded repeatedly from the Filament Change menu
// until extrusion is consistent, and to purge old filament.
// Filament Unload does a Retract, Delay, and Purge first:
#define FILAMENT_UNLOAD_RETRACT_LENGTH 13 // (mm) Unload initial retract length.
#define FILAMENT_UNLOAD_DELAY 5000 // (ms) Delay for the filament to cool after retract.
#define FILAMENT_UNLOAD_PURGE_LENGTH 8 // (mm) An unretract is done, then this length is purged.
#define PAUSE_PARK_NOZZLE_TIMEOUT 45 // (seconds) Time limit before the nozzle is turned off for safety.
#define FILAMENT_CHANGE_ALERT_BEEPS 10 // Number of alert beeps to play when a response is needed.
#define PAUSE_PARK_NO_STEPPER_TIMEOUT // Enable for XYZ steppers to stay powered on during filament change.
//#define PARK_HEAD_ON_PAUSE // Park the nozzle during pause and filament change.
//#define HOME_BEFORE_FILAMENT_CHANGE // Ensure homing has been completed prior to parking for filament change
//#define FILAMENT_LOAD_UNLOAD_GCODES // Add M701/M702 Load/Unload G-codes, plus Load/Unload in the LCD Prepare menu.
//#define FILAMENT_UNLOAD_ALL_EXTRUDERS // Allow M702 to unload all extruders above a minimum target temp (as set by M302)
// @section tmc
* TMC26X Stepper Driver options
* The TMC26XStepper library is required for this stepper driver.
#define X_MAX_CURRENT 1000 // in mA
#define X_SENSE_RESISTOR 91 // in mOhms
#define X_MICROSTEPS 16 // number of microsteps
#define X2_MAX_CURRENT 1000
#define X2_SENSE_RESISTOR 91
#define X2_MICROSTEPS 16
#define Y_MAX_CURRENT 1000
#define Y_MICROSTEPS 16
#define Y2_MAX_CURRENT 1000
#define Y2_SENSE_RESISTOR 91
#define Y2_MICROSTEPS 16
#define Z_MAX_CURRENT 1000
#define Z_MICROSTEPS 16
#define Z2_MAX_CURRENT 1000
#define Z2_SENSE_RESISTOR 91
#define Z2_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E0_MAX_CURRENT 1000
#define E0_SENSE_RESISTOR 91
#define E0_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E1_MAX_CURRENT 1000
#define E1_SENSE_RESISTOR 91
#define E1_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E2_MAX_CURRENT 1000
#define E2_SENSE_RESISTOR 91
#define E2_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E3_MAX_CURRENT 1000
#define E3_SENSE_RESISTOR 91
#define E3_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E4_MAX_CURRENT 1000
#define E4_SENSE_RESISTOR 91
#define E4_MICROSTEPS 16
#endif // TMC26X
// @section tmc_smart
* To use TMC2130 stepper drivers in SPI mode connect your SPI pins to
* the hardware SPI interface on your board and define the required CS pins
* in your `pins_MYBOARD.h` file. (e.g., RAMPS 1.4 uses AUX3 pins `X_CS_PIN 53`, `Y_CS_PIN 49`, etc.).
* You may also use software SPI if you wish to use general purpose IO pins.
* You'll also need the TMC2130Stepper Arduino library
* (
* To use TMC2208 stepper UART-configurable stepper drivers
* connect #_SERIAL_TX_PIN to the driver side PDN_UART pin with a 1K resistor.
* To use the reading capabilities, also connect #_SERIAL_RX_PIN
* to PDN_UART without a resistor.
* The drivers can also be used with hardware serial.
* You'll also need the TMC2208Stepper Arduino library
* (
#define R_SENSE 0.11 // R_sense resistor for SilentStepStick2130
#define HOLD_MULTIPLIER 0.5 // Scales down the holding current from run current
#define INTERPOLATE true // Interpolate X/Y/Z_MICROSTEPS to 256
#define X_CURRENT 800 // rms current in mA. Multiply by 1.41 for peak current.
#define X_MICROSTEPS 16 // 0..256
#define Y_CURRENT 800
#define Y_MICROSTEPS 16
#define Z_CURRENT 800
#define Z_MICROSTEPS 16
#define X2_CURRENT 800
#define X2_MICROSTEPS 16
#define Y2_CURRENT 800
#define Y2_MICROSTEPS 16
#define Z2_CURRENT 800
#define Z2_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E0_CURRENT 800
#define E0_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E1_CURRENT 800
#define E1_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E2_CURRENT 800
#define E2_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E3_CURRENT 800
#define E3_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E4_CURRENT 800
#define E4_MICROSTEPS 16
* Use software SPI for TMC2130.
* The default SW SPI pins are defined the respective pins files,
* but you can override or define them here.
//#define TMC_USE_SW_SPI
//#define TMC_SW_MOSI -1
//#define TMC_SW_MISO -1
//#define TMC_SW_SCK -1
* Use Trinamic's ultra quiet stepping mode.
* When disabled, Marlin will use spreadCycle stepping mode.
* Monitor Trinamic TMC2130 and TMC2208 drivers for error conditions,
* like overtemperature and short to ground. TMC2208 requires hardware serial.
* In the case of overtemperature Marlin can decrease the driver current until error condition clears.
* Other detected conditions can be used to stop the current print.
* Relevant g-codes:
* M906 - Set or get motor current in milliamps using axis codes X, Y, Z, E. Report values if no axis codes given.
* M911 - Report stepper driver overtemperature pre-warn condition.
* M912 - Clear stepper driver overtemperature pre-warn condition flag.
* M122 S0/1 - Report driver parameters (Requires TMC_DEBUG)
#define CURRENT_STEP_DOWN 50 // [mA]
* The driver will switch to spreadCycle when stepper speed is over HYBRID_THRESHOLD.
* This mode allows for faster movements at the expense of higher noise levels.
* STEALTHCHOP needs to be enabled.
* M913 X/Y/Z/E to live tune the setting
#define X_HYBRID_THRESHOLD 100 // [mm/s]
* Use stallGuard2 to sense an obstacle and trigger an endstop.
* You need to place a wire from the driver's DIAG1 pin to the X/Y endstop pin.
* X, Y, and Z homing will always be done in spreadCycle mode.
* X/Y/Z_HOMING_SENSITIVITY is used for tuning the trigger sensitivity.
* Higher values make the system LESS sensitive.
* Lower value make the system MORE sensitive.
* Too low values can lead to false positives, while too high values will collide the axis without triggering.
* It is advised to set X/Y/Z_HOME_BUMP_MM to 0.
* M914 X/Y/Z to live tune the setting
//#define SENSORLESS_HOMING // TMC2130 only
* Enable M122 debugging command for TMC stepper drivers.
* M122 S0/1 will enable continous reporting.
//#define TMC_DEBUG
* M915 Z Axis Calibration
* - Adjust Z stepper current,
* - Drive the Z axis to its physical maximum, and
* - Home Z to account for the lost steps.
* Use M915 Snn to specify the current.
* Use M925 Znn to add extra Z height to Z_MAX_POS.
* You can set your own advanced settings by filling in predefined functions.
* A list of available functions can be found on the library github page
* Example:
* #define TMC_ADV() { \
* stepperX.diag0_temp_prewarn(1); \
* stepperY.interpolate(0); \
* }
#define TMC_ADV() { }
#endif // TMC2130 || TMC2208
// @section L6470
* L6470 Stepper Driver options
* The Arduino-L6470 library is required for this stepper driver.
#if HAS_DRIVER(L6470)
#define X_MICROSTEPS 16 // number of microsteps
#define X_OVERCURRENT 2000 // maxc current in mA. If the current goes over this value, the driver will switch off
#define X_STALLCURRENT 1500 // current in mA where the driver will detect a stall
#define X2_MICROSTEPS 16
#define X2_OVERCURRENT 2000
#define X2_STALLCURRENT 1500
#define Y_MICROSTEPS 16
#define Y_OVERCURRENT 2000
#define Y_STALLCURRENT 1500
#define Y2_MICROSTEPS 16
#define Y2_OVERCURRENT 2000
#define Y2_STALLCURRENT 1500
#define Z_MICROSTEPS 16
#define Z_OVERCURRENT 2000
#define Z_STALLCURRENT 1500
#define Z2_MICROSTEPS 16
#define Z2_OVERCURRENT 2000
#define Z2_STALLCURRENT 1500
#define E0_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E0_OVERCURRENT 2000
#define E0_STALLCURRENT 1500
#define E1_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E1_OVERCURRENT 2000
#define E1_STALLCURRENT 1500
#define E2_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E2_OVERCURRENT 2000
#define E2_STALLCURRENT 1500
#define E3_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E3_OVERCURRENT 2000
#define E3_STALLCURRENT 1500
#define E4_MICROSTEPS 16
#define E4_OVERCURRENT 2000
#define E4_STALLCURRENT 1500
#endif // L6470
* This feature is an EXPERIMENTAL feature so it shall not be used on production
* machines. Enabling this will allow you to send and receive I2C data from slave
* devices on the bus.
* ; Example #1
* ; This macro send the string "Marlin" to the slave device with address 0x63 (99)
* ; It uses multiple M260 commands with one B<base 10> arg
* M260 A99 ; Target slave address
* M260 B77 ; M
* M260 B97 ; a
* M260 B114 ; r
* M260 B108 ; l
* M260 B105 ; i
* M260 B110 ; n
* M260 S1 ; Send the current buffer
* ; Example #2
* ; Request 6 bytes from slave device with address 0x63 (99)
* M261 A99 B5
* ; Example #3
* ; Example serial output of a M261 request
* echo:i2c-reply: from:99 bytes:5 data:hello
// @section i2cbus
#define I2C_SLAVE_ADDRESS 0 // Set a value from 8 to 127 to act as a slave
// @section extras
* Spindle & Laser control
* Add the M3, M4, and M5 commands to turn the spindle/laser on and off, and
* to set spindle speed, spindle direction, and laser power.
* SuperPid is a router/spindle speed controller used in the CNC milling community.
* Marlin can be used to turn the spindle on and off. It can also be used to set
* the spindle speed from 5,000 to 30,000 RPM.
* You'll need to select a pin for the ON/OFF function and optionally choose a 0-5V
* hardware PWM pin for the speed control and a pin for the rotation direction.
* See for more config details.
#define SPINDLE_LASER_ENABLE_INVERT false // set to "true" if the on/off function is reversed
#define SPINDLE_LASER_PWM true // set to true if your controller supports setting the speed/power