I followed your advice and it worked out just fine.Quote
I have not experienced problems with pulling gears back and forth along motor shafts, as long as shaft is supported and as long as I bend back with two flat screwdrivers at a time (not one).
Drilling out an already printed D-shaped press fit might mean trouble later since your drilled hole will most probably not be centered.
They're quite unique in using the more heavy duty TMC2660s. This could allow us to use stronger motors, which in turn could allow us to use heavier tool heads (like cheramics/pellet extruders), or just tighter lines. They also give features equivalent to PI+tmc2130, but are much easier to assemble and set up. They would be well worth the extra ca €50 it costs compared to a RAMPS+tmc2130+Pi setup for many users I think.
DuetWifi is on my wishlist, but I currently don't know when/if I will find the time to implement myself. Any HP3 builder who wants to go the DuetWifi/DuetEthernet route of course has my support as well
anchor_ABCD_xyzare calibration constants.
carthesian[XYZ_AXIS]are absolute positions from G0/G1-command. Motor names are mapped like [X, Y, Z, E0, E1] <-> [A, B, C, D, E].
anchor_ABCD_xyz) without user interaction.