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:
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.
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.
In MatterControl, go under "Settings & Controls", "Settings" and select the "Printer" tab. Select "Features" in the menu and search for the "Hardware" heading. The first item under "Hardware" is "Extruder Count". In the window, type in the number "2". This will introduce another column under the "Settings" menu in which to adjust values for "Material 1" and "Material 2".
The first part of the process is to go in the Menu under the "Settings" tab and select "Print core 1". Under "Print core 1", choose "Print core" and then select "AA 0.8". Next, go in the Menu under the "Settings" tab and select "Print core 2". Under "Print core 2" choose "Print core" and then select "BB 0.8". After that go to the "Print Setup" tab in the slicer and under the "Print core 1" tab, under "Print core & Material" select "AA 0.8". Next under the "Print core 2" tab, under "Print core & Material" select "BB 0.8". Do not be concerned if the options change under the "Settings" menu tab after completing the previous steps. The slicer will choose the Print cores that you selected in the "Print Setup" tab in the slicer when printing.
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.
Refurbishing a printer can be a tough job. Getting into the nitty gritty details of how to perform each step of refurbishment is a little outside the scope of the type of help we can provide for free through our forum, but I'd like to try to point you in the right direction if I can.
The basic steps to refurbishing a printer are these:
1. Disassemble, clean, and reassemble any components or parts as necessary. Replace if needed. 2. Restore all mechanical functionality, and make sure parts interact with each other as intended. 3. Ensure all electrical connections are good. 4. Flash new firmware, if needed. 5. Test, adjust, and test again.
Eventually, if everything is configured correctly, the printer will work again. If something is off, or not working properly, you'll need to fix it before continuing.
That said, it sounds to me like you're hung up on number 2, as the X axis is not functioning properly. What about it doesn't work?
check out your program file folder also x86 . and ensure the program was completely wiped , i had issues too in sim software packs , some seem to leave empty folders and drivers behind also com port dramas . hope it helps im more a com dude as in the 3d world im not even started yet