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firmware:changelog [2018/09/15 00:26]
Matthew Upp
firmware:changelog [2018/12/29 04:26] (current)
Matthew Upp
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 ==== v45 ==== ==== v45 ====
-(2018-APR-07) \\+(2018-MAR-09) \\
 (released 2018-SEP-14) \\ (released 2018-SEP-14) \\
 - %%¯\_(ツ)_/​¯%% - If I listed anything at this time it would be speculation.\\ - %%¯\_(ツ)_/​¯%% - If I listed anything at this time it would be speculation.\\
-- The main difference between v44 (not available for download) and v45 appears to be the default [[howto:​steps_per_unit_mm|step'​s per unit(mm)]]. v44 is 1/16th microstepping and v45 default is 1/8th microstepping. ​ \\+- The main difference between v44 and v45 appears to be the default [[howto:​steps_per_unit_mm|step'​s per unit(mm)]]. v44 is 1/16th microstepping and v45 default is 1/8th microstepping. ​ \\ 
 +<wrap lo>​**NOTE:​** You may need to double the steps per mm if you notice the movements seem to not be complete. For example after homing and then issuing a G29 command to run the auto-leveling,​ if it only moves down half way then you'll probably want to check the [[howto:​steps_per_unit_mm|step'​s per unit(mm)]].</​wrap>​ \\ 
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 +==== v44 ==== 
 +(2018-MAR-09) \\ 
 +(released 2018-DEC-28) \\ 
 +- %%¯\_(ツ)_/¯%% - If I listed anything at this time it would be speculation.\\ 
 +- The main difference between v44 and v45 appears to be the default [[howto:​steps_per_unit_mm|step'​s per unit(mm)]]. v44 is 1/16th microstepping and v45 default is 1/8th microstepping. ​ \\
 <wrap lo>​**NOTE:​** You may need to double the steps per mm if you notice the movements seem to not be complete. For example after homing and then issuing a G29 command to run the auto-leveling,​ if it only moves down half way then you'll probably want to check the [[howto:​steps_per_unit_mm|step'​s per unit(mm)]].</​wrap>​ \\ <wrap lo>​**NOTE:​** You may need to double the steps per mm if you notice the movements seem to not be complete. For example after homing and then issuing a G29 command to run the auto-leveling,​ if it only moves down half way then you'll probably want to check the [[howto:​steps_per_unit_mm|step'​s per unit(mm)]].</​wrap>​ \\
  
firmware/changelog.txt · Last modified: 2018/12/29 04:26 by Matthew Upp