PanelDue firmware 1.16 released

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By dc42 7 April 2017 15:04

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See https://github.com/dc42/PanelDueFirmwar … /tag/v1.16 for release notes and binaries.


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By baballuci 7 April 2017 15:35

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Thanks

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By Russ Gries 7 April 2017 22:48

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rock on!

where should we post request for new features for the PanelDue? this thread?

Thank you David! will update shortly!!

~Russ


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By Russ Gries 7 April 2017 22:50

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oh also, we still can not update this through the duet correct?

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By Russ Gries 7 April 2017 23:47

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ok, i got it updated using Win 10.

using Command line bossac found here: https://github.com/dc42/RepRapFirmware/ … ls/Windows

win 10... oh boy...

any how, i havent updated sence V 1.13 i think it was, and the colors i have on my screen from 1.13 to the last 1.16...

well the colors are total wack IMO. they look " puke'e"

is this normal?

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here is the one from your site, it looks SO much better?
2015-11-25-20-30-13-2.jpg
Thanks!

~Russ

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By dc42 8 April 2017 07:25

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Looks like you've loaded 5" firmware when you have a 7" screen, or vice versa.


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By Russ Gries 9 April 2017 22:28

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the file i uploaded was labeled : "PanelDue-7.0-1.16.bin"

Ill try it again Monday.  this is a 7"

any other ideas let me know...

Thanks David
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By strips 10 April 2017 13:42

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Awesome! Will flash this just because the Emergency button 😁


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By Russ Gries 10 April 2017 19:39

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ok, all is fine now that i put the 5" LCD firmware on the 5" LCD...

haha i must have lost my marbles... 


all is well,

~Russ

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By strips 12 April 2017 06:53

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So far so good 😁 I only wish the emergency button would be visible on the "Move head" screen as well.


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By Russ Gries 17 April 2017 20:43

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While i was doing a bed level i tried to hit the STOP on the Panel Due.

it did not respond.

can some one else check this?

it should stop correct?

Thanks!

~Russ


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By dc42 17 April 2017 21:10

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Which firmware are you running on the Duet? You need version 1.18 to get a fast response from the emergency stop button on PaneDue.

A true emergency stop button is an electrical switch that disconnects the power to the printer.


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By Russ Gries 17 April 2017 21:40

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1.18.1 duet WIFI

I hit it over and over to try to get it to respond but it never did. ( press and held it)

just wanted to point this out. 

it responded right away on the web interface..

I decided to run some G code and try it. (octagon-test-delta.gcode)

it responded right away also.

but when doing a mesh grid ruteine it works fine. everything stops.

its only when I'm running a bed level ruteine.

??

ok, now I'm confused... now after Manny restarts its working fine now.

wonder if anyone else has come across this??

~Russ

A true emergency stop button is an electrical switch that disconnects the power to the printer.

100% agreed!

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By jnolan72 19 April 2017 19:24

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I have not updated to 116 Yet but I am on 115C

I do not know if this feature is already in the PanelDue.

But I would like for the PanelDue to read the Default Heater Temperatures and Default Bed and Chamber Temperatures setting.
That I configed through the Duet Wifi web site,

Do I can choose them for the Bed and hot-end temp

Thanks

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By dc42 19 April 2017 21:58

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Do you mean the settings that you have set the heaters to? Or do you mean the selections available on the drop down list?

I use macros to set the bed and hot end temperatures for the filaments that I commonly use.


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