Resetting the MP Mini Delta Firmware Settings/EEPROM
See Sending G-code for more information on how to send the commands below.
Example for using
M502 to revert the MP Mini Delta firmware to default settings
M502 ; Restores default settings M500 ; Saves the settings to EEPROM Reboot the printer
Rebooting the printer may not be necessary but it is recommended.
Example for using
M502 to temporarily revert the MP Mini Delta firmware to default settings
M502 ; Restores default settings M501 ; Restores the setting currently stored in EEPROM. This is basically the same as turning the printer off and on.
Do not reboot (power cycle) the printer until you are ready to go back to previous settings.
Turn the printer off for about 1 or 2 seconds to return to previously stored settings
M502 resets all settings/parameters to the default values of the currently installed Motion Controller firmware. These settings are sometimes altered by the user or slicing software although I suspect the latter is less likely to have occurred.
Most often the two settings altered by the users are the PID values and the Steps per mm for the extruder stepper motor.
; G-Code generated by Matthew Upp ; Load firmware default settings and save to EEPROM ; This file is much longer than it needs to be ; ; Lines with only a semicolon are for making line separations only ; Please add a blank line to the end of the file while editing. DokuWiki Code Blocks deletes blank lines at the end of the block but g-code files should end with a single blank line at the end. ; ; M106 S0 ; turn fan off in case it was already on M106 S245 ; turn fan on to signify start ; G4 S2 ; Pause 2 seconds ; M502 ; Reset EEPROM to firmware defaults M500 ; Save currently loaded settings to EEPROM ; G4 S2 ; Pause 2 seconds ; M106 S0 ; turn fan off to signify completion M84 ; disable motors if engaged M0 S2 ; wait 2 seconds ;