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Resume after power lose in Marlin

Posted by hadi 
Resume after power lose in Marlin
February 22, 2018 08:09AM
I'm trying to add this feature in my marlin code for my 3D-Printer.
I want to use a sensor that detects the power source loss before the capacitors lose the power inside.
If you success doing it without batteries or UPS, please contact me via email (available in my profile) and we will discus the cost later on after we agree about the possibilities to implement this feature.
Regards,,
Re: Resume after power lose in Marlin
February 27, 2018 10:47AM
Too late, I already patented that idea.
Re: Resume after power lose in Marlin
March 01, 2018 05:47AM
joking, gee you guys are too serious....smiling smiley
Re: Resume after power lose in Marlin
March 01, 2018 12:20PM
Prusa already implemented this in his fork of Marlin, but he needed a separate power fail sense board and also special support in the electronics to turn the bed heater off. The Duets running RepRapFirmware achieve the same thing without additional hardware, because power monitoring is built into the Duet and the processor is fast enough to turn off the bed heater in firmware.


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Re: Resume after power lose in Marlin
March 16, 2018 02:58AM
Here is a solution for this that no need UPS and battery, just use capacitance.
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