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  • ryan.lutz

    MatterControl sends G-Code over a serial connection, so if the Trinus3D can support that protocol, it is compatible with MatterControl at the basic level. I noticed from a quick search about the printer that it also transforms into a laser engraver; this functionality is not inherent to MatterControl. Only the 3D printing side would likely work, though with some experimentation, you might be able to use the laser.

    In any case, we don't have one, so we won't likely produce a profile for MatterControl in the short term future, but you can probably figure something out. Check out these links for more info:


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  • unlimitedbacon

    @p1H3u7u7n5, please make a new thread since your problem is not the same as Voradams'. Also please post the terminal log, as I described above.

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  • unlimitedbacon

    The best thing you could do is post a picture of it. It sounds like it could be an Anet A8.

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  • unlimitedbacon

    The procedure varies depending on what printer you have. We don't have any HE3D printers here, so I can't speak specifically about that machine. Generally, though, on printers with inductive probes you need to either adjust the probe manually or change the offset in firmware. MatterControl cannot force the printer to go below it's Z stop.

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  • unlimitedbacon

    To me it looks like your printer is under extruding. Have a look at our guide on calibrating Makerbot style printers. Its entirely possible the default steps/mm value in MatterControl is wrong for your printer. We do not have any CTC printers here for testing.

    You can edit other parts in the queue while printing by mousing over the part and clicking the View button.

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  • ryan.lutz

    The next version of MatterControl will have much better support generation capabilities, so I'll defer any solutions until that's released. I think you'll enjoy it when it's ready (which I don't have an estimate for, other than *possibly* later this year, maybe next year).

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  • ryan.lutz

    Thanks for your report. This is a known bug, and is on the list of issues to fix.

    At the moment, we don't have a work around solution to offer, unfortunately.

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  • unlimitedbacon

    Sounds like you are looking for the OctoPi distro.

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  • unlimitedbacon

    First, lets make sure that you have the MatterControl driver installed correctly. I know that Windows 10 changed some things with the USB/Serial drivers. MatterControl will ask to install the driver whenever you add a new printer. You can either delete your printer from MatterControl and add a new one, or just add a second printer as a temporary measure. Either way it will ask you to do the driver install.

    If that doesn't take care of it, then please post a terminal log after trying to connect to your printer. This will hopefully tell us exactly what is going wrong.

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  • unlimitedbacon

    As far as I know, there are no current plans to add this functionality to MatterControl Sync. However, I'll be sure to let the developers know. As a workaround, you can always upload a .gcode file with the commands you want and then "print" it.

    We're also working on another product right now which might interest you, which will be called MatterControl Connect. It is a WiFi dongle that you will be able to plug into your printer, and then be able to control it remotely from your computer as if you were plugged in through USB.

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