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My apologies for posting in this thread, i have started a conversation with him
Ok, i am available this time tomorrow to do another session, i am 100% sure i can get it working.
I am available right now to do a remote session. Can you please let me have one more chance to get it working?
Apologies for these issues you have been having. I have just sent you a PM to get your Duet working. I am available now do another...
Can you send me a screenshot of the bottom of your config.g file?
Thank you for contacting us. Apologies for the issues you are having. It is normal to home the Z first when homing any other axis, it...
We are in the UK and use aluminium warehouse for our needs :)
@G-Wizard There has been an issue with the crimping on some machines. If you have an issue, email us, and we can ship a whole new set out to you...
Hey, Regarding the promised video, that is now coming out next week, we had to fix some last minute issues with the video.
We actually have a video coming out tomorrow on calibrating the WorkBee with the Duet controller. However i will go over it here. I find it best...
Glad you got your IP Address issue sorted. The config.g change should make it fixed from now on.
Apologies for the bad wire, we have...
Good decision. The other two are spare, as two are included with the Openbuilds router mount. We just include two extra incase they are...
The Makita is a cheaper model with a greater RPM range. The collets are quite expensive, but they are an aftermarket product, which we...
I am looking forward to following this build and hearing your feedback :) Any issues give us a shout of [email protected] to get it sorted.
@Colin Mccourt Glad you have all the parcels. Any issues give us a shout over email or phone and we can sort you out ASAP. Ryan
Nice advice @Metalguru
Thanks for your messages and informing us about this. We will look into it, and either make a manual or firmware change.
Ok great, let me know how you get on.
Ok great. So with your 1/4" end mill. Cut a 3mm pass depth, 18.5k RPM, 1700mm/min feed, 850mm/min plunge, these are nice and...
@Kyle Barrett If everything is lining up and joining perfectly, then i think nothing is mechanically slipping as objects would look deformed and...