FLUX Studio 0.7.3 Changelog + Toolhead Frimware 1.2.13


#41

The bug also is happened more frequently after I import a new print/loading a filament and click start then the status is waiting on connecting. If I close it and click on “Machine” then “Start”, it works.



Here is also another old problem which I reported it on February. I think it’s on Flux firmware. It’s happened only when homing routine. Note that there are nothing obstruct (tube or cable) a returning home path) and the carriages are closed to a home switches.


#42

The tilt sensor is less sensitivity in 1.2.7 firmware.


#43

Yes same here… no tilt errors on a few small prints with 1.2.7. but I did go back to Flux Studio 0.6.3 too.

Thanks for sharing it, I did not have it anymore.


#44

Have you guys not got the option to turn off tilt detection in the machine menu? (Win10 x64 FS 0.7.3)


#45

I left it in default settings for testing a beta software and firmware.


#46

I’ll check for that on Mac, I’m going to try to move back up to 0.7.3 again. Might have resolved the ‘vapor lock’ issue the printer was having with it before.

I did roll toolehead back to 1.2.10 yesterday after 5 tilt errors on one print… after that not a single error.

I don’t like the idea of disabling error sensors completely, they are there for a reason, but 1.2.13 is broken.


#47

Yes, I test with the the tool head firmware 1.2.10 and there is no tilt head error.


#48

I too have the issue with my laser with tilt error. on 1.2.13. The print head I did not have the issue with the latest firmware 1.2.13


#49

I do have a Lokbuild on the metal plate and it prints well with following settings:

  • STL file direct import into Flux Studio, using Cura2 Slicer and Z0_offset = 0.4 (in both of the entries)

  • Gcode file generated with S3D and uploaded to the Dashboard - changed in S3D the Z-Achis to 0.4 mm (Global G-Code Offsets)

But it should be hopefully only a workaround - Auto Level was working very well before Firmware and Head updates independant if I used the pure Metalplate, Glass or something with Buildtak.