At the moment we will not be producing any more T7X's and MatterControl is not going to have the Tablet API worked on for the time being. Our dev team is small and would prefer to work on the bug crushing and feature adding before moving onto a new platform outside Windows, Mac, and Linux.
We may eventually revisit the tablet function again and put it back in focus but for the time being we will not.
Can't do much at the moment the printer is down, because of the lengthy time it takes to heat the bed, I increased the input voltage to 24c via a Mosfet unit, it increased the temp time ok, but it fails to stop at the designated temp.
Haven't a clue why, but am looking into it.
For G-Code files the only limitation is the storage capacity of the device. G-Code files are streamed directly to the printer. The slicing has already been done, so there is no heavy lifting involved at that point. However, you will not be able to view the G-Code file unless it is less than 10 Mb. This is the same for the old T7 and the new T7X.For more information, see the Wiki.http://wiki.mattercontrol.com/File_Size_Limitation...
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.
It means that your model is too complicated for the graphics processor on the MatterControl Touch (i.e. the model has too many polygons for the GPU to handle). You can still print your model, you just cannot view it before printing. If this is an issue, then you can either slice it on a PC and send the G-Code over or decimate the model to reduce the number of polygons.
Well the problem with the T10 is no longer a problem, as the replacement has arrived, and working OK.But I do have a problem that I cant figureout.The nozzle just keeps pushing into the bed, no matter what Z offset I put in.I will try to reload Marlin to see if the problem is with that.But any suggestions will be much appreciated..Thanks
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