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# This file serves as documentation for config parameters of
# additional devices that may be configured on a printer. The snippets
# in this file may be copied into the main printer.cfg file. See the
# "example.cfg" file for description of common config parameters.
#
# Note, where an extra config section creates additional pins, the
# section defining the pins must be listed in the config file before
# any sections using those pins.
# Z height probe. One may define this section to enable Z height
# probing hardware. When this section is enabled, PROBE and
# QUERY_PROBE extended g-code commands become available. The probe
# section also creates a virtual "probe:z_virtual_endstop" pin. One
# may set the stepper_z endstop_pin to this virtual pin on cartesian
# style printers that use the probe in place of a z endstop. If using
# "probe:z_virtual_endstop" then do not define a position_endstop in
# the stepper_z config section.
#[probe]
#pin: ar15
# Probe detection pin. This parameter must be provided.
#x_offset: 0.0
# The distance (in mm) between the probe and the nozzle along the
# x-axis. The default is 0.
#y_offset: 0.0
# The distance (in mm) between the probe and the nozzle along the
# y-axis. The default is 0.
#z_offset:
# The distance (in mm) between the bed and the nozzle when the probe
# triggers. This parameter must be provided.
#speed: 5.0
# Speed (in mm/s) of the Z axis when probing. The default is 5mm/s.
#samples: 1
# The number of times to probe each point. The probed z-values will
# be averaged. The default is to probe 1 time.
#sample_retract_dist: 2.0
# The distance (in mm) to lift the toolhead between each sample (if
# sampling more than once). The default is 2mm.
#samples_result: average
# The calculation method when sampling more than once - either
# "median" or "average". The default is average.
#samples_tolerance: 0.100
# The maximum Z distance (in mm) that a sample may differ from other
# samples. If this tolerance is exceeded then either an error is
# reported or the attempt is restarted (see
# samples_tolerance_retries). The default is 0.100mm.
#samples_tolerance_retries: 0
# The number of times to retry if a sample is found that exceeds
# samples_tolerance. On a retry, all current samples are discarded
# and the probe attempt is restarted. If a valid set of samples are
# not obtained in the given number of retries then an error is
# reported. The default is zero which causes an error to be reported
# on the first sample that exceeds samples_tolerance.
#activate_gcode:
# A list of G-Code commands to execute prior to each probe attempt.
# See docs/Command_Templates.md for G-Code format. This may be
# useful if the probe needs to be activated in some way. Do not
# issue any commands here that move the toolhead (eg, G1). The
# default is to not run any special G-Code commands on activation.
#deactivate_gcode:
# A list of G-Code commands to execute after each probe attempt
# completes. See docs/Command_Templates.md for G-Code format. Do not
# issue any commands here that move the toolhead. The default is to
# not run any special G-Code commands on deactivation.
# BLTouch probe. One may define this section (instead of a probe
# section) to enable a BLTouch probe. (Note! This bltouch module may
# not work correctly with some BLTouch "clones"!) A virtual
# "probe:z_virtual_endstop" pin is also created (see the "probe"
# section above for the details).
#[bltouch]
#sensor_pin:
# Pin connected to the BLTouch sensor pin. This parameter must be
# provided.
#control_pin:
# Pin connected to the BLTouch control pin. This parameter must be
# provided.
#pin_move_time: 0.675
# The amount of time (in seconds) to wait for the BLTouch pin to
# move up or down. The default is 0.675 seconds.
#pin_up_reports_not_triggered: True
# Set if the BLTouch consistently reports the probe in a "not
# triggered" state after a successful "pin_up" command. This should
# be True for a genuine BLTouch; some BLTouch clones may require
# False. The default is True.
#pin_up_touch_mode_reports_triggered: True
# Set if the BLTouch consistently reports a "triggered" state after
# the commands "pin_up" followed by "touch_mode". This should be
# True for a genuine BLTouch v2 and earlier; the BLTouch v3 and some
# BLTouch clones require False. The default is True.
#x_offset:
#y_offset:
#z_offset:
#speed:
#samples:
#sample_retract_dist:
#samples_result:
#samples_tolerance:
#samples_tolerance_retries:
# See the "probe" section for information on these parameters.
# Bed tilt compensation. One may define a [bed_tilt] config section to
# enable move transformations that account for a tilted bed.
#[bed_tilt]
#x_adjust: 0
# The amount to add to each move's Z height for each mm on the X
# axis. The default is 0.
#y_adjust: 0
# The amount to add to each move's Z height for each mm on the Y
# axis. The default is 0.
#z_adjust: 0
# The amount to add to the Z height when the nozzle is nominally at
# 0,0. The default is 0.
# The remaining parameters control a BED_TILT_CALIBRATE extended
# g-code command that may be used to calibrate appropriate x and y
# adjustment parameters.
#points:
# A list of X,Y coordinates (one per line; subsequent lines
# indented) that should be probed during a BED_TILT_CALIBRATE
# command. Specify coordinates of the nozzle and be sure the probe
# is above the bed at the given nozzle coordinates. The default is
# to not enable the command.
#speed: 50
# The speed (in mm/s) of non-probing moves during the calibration.
# The default is 50.
#horizontal_move_z: 5
# The height (in mm) that the head should be commanded to move to
# just prior to starting a probe operation. The default is 5.
# Mesh Bed Leveling. One may define a [bed_mesh] config section
# to enable move transformations that offset the z axis based
# on a mesh generated from probed points. Note that bed_mesh
# and bed_tilt are incompatible, both cannot be defined. When
# using a probe to home the z-axis, it is recommended to define
# a [homing_override] section in printer.cfg to home toward the
# center of the print area.
#
# Visual Examples:
# rectangular bed, probe_count = 3,3:
# x---x---x (max_point)
# |
# x---x---x
# |
# (min_point) x---x---x
#
# round bed, round_probe_count = 5, bed_radius = r:
# x (0,r) end
# /
# x---x---x
# \
# (-r,0) x---x---x---x---x (r,0)
# \
# x---x---x
# /
# x (0,-r) start
#
#[bed_mesh]
#speed: 50
# The speed (in mm/s) of non-probing moves during the
# calibration. The default is 50.
#horizontal_move_z: 5
# The height (in mm) that the head should be commanded to move to
# just prior to starting a probe operation. The default is 5.
#bed_radius:
# Defines the radius to probe for round beds. Note that the radius
# is relative to the nozzle's origin, if using a probe be sure to
# account for its offset. This parameter must be provided for round
# beds and omitted for rectangular beds.
#min_point:
# Defines the minimum x,y position to probe when for rectangular
# beds. Note that this refers to the nozzle position, take care that
# you do not define a point that will move the probe off of the bed.
# This parameter must be provided for rectangular beds.
#max_point:
# Defines the maximum x,y position to probe when for rectangular
# beds. Follow the same precautions as listed in min_point. Also note
# that this does not necessarily define the last point probed, only
# the maximum coordinate. This parameter must be provided.
#probe_count: 3,3
# For rectangular beds, this is a comma separate pair of integer
# values (X,Y) defining the number of points to probe along each axis.
# A single value is also valid, in which case that value will be applied
# to both axes. Default is 3,3.
#round_probe_count: 5
# For round beds, this is integer value defines the maximum number of
# points to probe along each axis. This value must be an odd number.
# Default is 5.
#fade_start: 1.0
# The gcode z position in which to start phasing out z-adjustment
# when fade is enabled. Default is 1.0.
#fade_end: 0.0
# The gcode z position in which phasing out completes. When set
# to a value below fade_start, fade is disabled. It should be
# noted that fade may add unwanted scaling along the z-axis of a
# print. If a user wishes to enable fade, a value of 10.0 is
# recommended. Default is 0.0, which disables fade.
#fade_target:
# The z position in which fade should converge. When this value is set
# to a non-zero value it must be within the range of z-values in the mesh.
# Users that wish to converge to the z homing position should set this to 0.
# Default is the average z value of the mesh.
#split_delta_z: .025
# The amount of Z difference (in mm) along a move that will
# trigger a split. Default is .025.
#move_check_distance: 5.0
# The distance (in mm) along a move to check for split_delta_z.
# This is also the minimum length that a move can be split. Default
# is 5.0.
#mesh_pps: 2,2
# A comma separated pair of integers (X,Y) defining the number of
# points per segment to interpolate in the mesh along each axis. A
# "segment" can be defined as the space between each probed
# point. The user may enter a single value which will be applied
# to both axes. Default is 2,2.
#algorithm: lagrange
# The interpolation algorithm to use. May be either "lagrange"
# or "bicubic". This option will not affect 3x3 grids, which
# are forced to use lagrange sampling. Default is lagrange.
#bicubic_tension: .2
# When using the bicubic algorithm the tension parameter above
# may be applied to change the amount of slope interpolated.
# Larger numbers will increase the amount of slope, which
# results in more curvature in the mesh. Default is .2.
#relative_reference_index:
# A point index in the mesh to reference all z values to. Enabling
# this parameter produces a mesh relative to the probed z position
# at the provided index.
# Tool to help adjust bed leveling screws. One may define a
# [bed_screws] config section to enable a BED_SCREWS_ADJUST g-code
# command.
#[bed_screws]
#screw1: 100,100
# The X,Y coordinate of the first bed leveling screw. This is a
# position to command the nozzle to that is directly above the bed
# screw (or as close as possible while still being above the bed).
# This parameter must be provided.
#screw1_name: front screw
# An arbitrary name for the given screw. This name is displayed when
# the helper script runs. The default is to use a name based upon
# the screw XY location.
#screw1_fine_adjust:
# An X,Y coordinate to command the nozzle to so that one can fine
# tune the bed leveling screw. The default is to not perform fine
# adjustments on the bed screw.
#screw2:
#screw2_name:
#screw2_fine_adjust:
#...
# Additional bed leveling screws. At least three screws must be
# defined.
#horizontal_move_z: 5
# The height (in mm) that the head should be commanded to move to
# when moving from one screw location to the next. The default is 5.
#probe_height: 0
# The height of the probe (in mm) after adjusting for the thermal
# expansion of bed and nozzle. The default is zero.
#speed: 50
# The speed (in mm/s) of non-probing moves during the calibration.
# The default is 50.
#probe_speed: 5
# The speed (in mm/s) when moving from a horizontal_move_z position
# to a probe_height position. The default is 5.
# Tool to help adjust bed screws tilt using Z probe. One may define a
# [screws_tilt_adjust] config section to enable a SCREWS_TILT_CALCULATE
# g-code command.
#[screws_tilt_adjust]
#screw1: 100,100
# The X,Y coordinate of the first bed leveling screw. This is a
# position to command the nozzle to that is directly above the bed
# screw (or as close as possible while still being above the bed).
# This is the base screw used in calculations.
# This parameter must be provided.
#screw1_name: front screw
# An arbitrary name for the given screw. This name is displayed when
# the helper script runs. The default is to use a name based upon
# the screw XY location.
#screw2:
#screw2_name:
#...
# Additional bed leveling screws. At least two screws must be
# defined.
#speed: 50
# The speed (in mm/s) of non-probing moves during the calibration.
# The default is 50.
#horizontal_move_z: 5
# The height (in mm) that the head should be commanded to move to
# just prior to starting a probe operation. The default is 5.
#screw_thread: CW-M3
# The type of screw used for bed level, M3, M4 or M5 and the
# direction of the knob used to level the bed, clockwise decrease
# counter-clockwise decrease.
# Accepted values: CW-M3, CCW-M3, CW-M4, CCW-M4, CW-M5, CCW-M5.
# Default value is CW-M3, most printers use an M3 screw and
# turning the knob clockwise decrease distance.
# Multiple Z stepper tilt adjustment. This feature enables independent
# adjustment of multiple z steppers (see stepper_z1 section below) to
# adjust for tilt. If this section is present then a Z_TILT_ADJUST
# extended G-Code command becomes available.
#[z_tilt]
#z_positions:
# A list of X,Y coordinates (one per line; subsequent lines
# indented) describing the location of each bed "pivot point". The
# "pivot point" is the point where the bed attaches to the given Z
# stepper. It is described using nozzle coordinates (the XY position
# of the nozzle if it could move directly above the point). The
# first entry corresponds to stepper_z, the second to stepper_z1,
# the third to stepper_z2, etc. This parameter must be provided.
#points:
# A list of X,Y coordinates (one per line; subsequent lines
# indented) that should be probed during a Z_TILT_ADJUST command.
# Specify coordinates of the nozzle and be sure the probe is above
# the bed at the given nozzle coordinates. This parameter must be
# provided.
#speed: 50
# The speed (in mm/s) of non-probing moves during the calibration.
# The default is 50.
#horizontal_move_z: 5
# The height (in mm) that the head should be commanded to move to
# just prior to starting a probe operation. The default is 5.
#retries: 0
# Number of times to retry if the probed points aren't within tolerance
#retry_tolerance: 0
# if retries are enabled then retry if largest and smallest probed points
# differ more than retry_tolerance.
# Note the smallest unit of change here would be a single step. However if you
# are probing more points than steppers then you will likely have a fixed
# minimum value for the range of probed points which you can learn by observing
# command output.
# Moving gantry leveling using 4 independently controlled Z motors.
# Corrects hyperbolic parabola effects (potato chip) on moving gantry
# which is more flexible.
# WARNING: Using this on a moving bed may lead to undesirable results.
# If this section is present then a QUAD_GANTRY_LEVEL extended G-Code
# command becomes available. This routine assumes the following Z motor
# configuration:
# ----------------
# |Z1 Z2|
# | --------- |
# | | | |
# | | | |
# | x-------- |
# |Z Z3|
# ----------------
# Where x is the (0,0) point on the bed
#[quad_gantry_level]
#gantry_corners:
# A newline separated list of X,Y coordinates describing the
# two opposing corners of the gantry. The first entry corresponds to
# Z, the second to Z2.
# This parameter must be provided.
#points:
# A newline separated list of four X,Y points that should be probed
# during a QUAD_GANTRY_LEVEL command.
# Order of the locations is important, and should correspond to Z,Z1
# Z2, and Z3 location in order.
# This parameter must be provided.
# For maximum accuracy, ensure your probe offsets are configured.
#speed: 50
# The speed (in mm/s) of non-probing moves during the calibration.
# The default is 50.
#horizontal_move_z: 5
# The height (in mm) that the head should be commanded to move to
# just prior to starting a probe operation. The default is 5
#max_adjust: 4
# Saftey limit if an ajustment greater than this value is requested
# quad_gantry_level will abort.
#retries: 0
# number of times to retry if the probed points aren't within tolerance
#retry_tolerance: 0
# if retries are enabled then retry if largest and smallest probed points
# differ more than retry_tolerance
# Printer Skew Correction. It is possible to use software to correct
# printer skew across 3 planes, xy, xz, yz. This is done by printing
# a calibration model along a plane and measuring three lengths. Due
# to the nature of skew correction these lengths are set via gcode. See
# skew_correction.md and G-Codes.md in the docs directory for details.
#
#[skew_correction]
# In a multi-extruder printer add an additional extruder section for
# each additional extruder. The additional extruder sections should be
# named "extruder1", "extruder2", "extruder3", and so on. See the
# "extruder" section in example.cfg for a description of available
# parameters.
#[extruder1]
#step_pin: ar36
#dir_pin: ar34
#...
#shared_heater:
# If this extruder uses the same heater already defined for another
# extruder then place the name of that extruder here. For example,
# should extruder3 and extruder4 share a heater then the extruder3
# config section should define the heater and the extruder4 section
# should specify "shared_heater: extruder3". The default is to not
# reuse an existing heater.
#deactivate_gcode:
# A list of G-Code commands to execute on a G-Code tool change
# command (eg, "T1") that deactivates this extruder and activates
# some other extruder. See docs/Command_Templates.md for G-Code
# format. It only makes sense to define this section on
# multi-extruder printers. The default is to not run any special
# G-Code commands on deactivation.
#activate_gcode:
# A list of G-Code commands to execute on a G-Code tool change
# command (eg, "T0") that activates this extruder. See
# docs/Command_Templates.md for G-Code format. It only makes sense
# to define this section on multi-extruder printers. The default is
# to not run any special G-Code commands on activation.
# Support for cartesian printers with dual carriages on a single
# axis. The active carriage is set via the SET_DUAL_CARRIAGE extended
# g-code command. The "SET_DUAL_CARRIAGE CARRIAGE=1" command will
# activate the carriage defined in this section (CARRIAGE=0 will
# return activation to the primary carriage). Dual carriage support is
# typically combined with extra extruders - use the SET_DUAL_CARRIAGE
# command in the activate_gcode / deactivate_gcode section of the
# appropriate extruder. Be sure to also use that mechanism to park the
# carriages during deactivation.
#[dual_carriage]
#axis:
# The axis this extra carriage is on (either x or y). This parameter
# must be provided.
#step_pin:
#dir_pin:
#enable_pin:
#step_distance:
#endstop_pin:
#position_endstop:
#position_min:
#position_max:
# See the example.cfg for the definition of the above parameters.
# Heater and temperature sensor verification. Heater verification is
# automatically enabled for each heater that is configured on the
# printer. Use verify_heater sections to change the default settings.
#[verify_heater heater_config_name]
#max_error: 120
# The maximum "cumulative temperature error" before raising an
# error. Smaller values result in stricter checking and larger
# values allow for more time before an error is reported.
# Specifically, the temperature is inspected once a second and if it
# is close to the target temperature then an internal "error
# counter" is reset; otherwise, if the temperature is below the
# target range then the counter is increased by the amount the
# reported temperature differs from that range. Should the counter
# exceed this "max_error" then an error is raised. The default is
# 120.
#check_gain_time:
# This controls heater verification during initial heating. Smaller
# values result in stricter checking and larger values allow for
# more time before an error is reported. Specifically, during
# initial heating, as long as the heater increases in temperature
# within this time frame (specified in seconds) then the internal
# "error counter" is reset. The default is 20 seconds for extruders
# and 60 seconds for heater_bed.
#hysteresis: 5
# The maximum temperature difference (in Celsius) to a target
# temperature that is considered in range of the target. This
# controls the max_error range check. It is rare to customize this
# value. The default is 5.
#heating_gain: 2
# The minimum temperature (in Celsius) that the heater must increase
# by during the check_gain_time check. It is rare to customize this
# value. The default is 2.
# Idle timeout. An idle timeout is automatically enabled - add an
# explicit idle_timeout config section to change the default settings.
#[idle_timeout]
#gcode:
# A list of G-Code commands to execute on an idle timeout. See
# docs/Command_Templates.md for G-Code format. The default is to run
# "TURN_OFF_HEATERS" and "M84".
#timeout: 600
# Idle time (in seconds) to wait before running the above G-Code
# commands. The default is 600 seconds.
# Multi-stepper axes. On a cartesian style printer, the stepper
# controlling a given axis may have additional config blocks defining
# steppers that should be stepped in concert with the primary
# stepper. One may define any number of sections with a numeric suffix
# starting at 1 (for example, "stepper_z1", "stepper_z2", etc.).
#[stepper_z1]
#step_pin: ar36
#dir_pin: ar34
#enable_pin: !ar30
#step_distance: .005
# See the example.cfg for the definition of the above parameters.
#endstop_pin: ^ar19
# If an endstop_pin is defined for the additional stepper then the
# stepper will home until the endstop is triggered. Otherwise, the
# stepper will home until the endstop on the primary stepper for the
# axis is triggered.
# Stepper phase adjusted endstops. To use this feature, define a
# config section with an "endstop_phase" prefix followed by the name
# of the corresponding stepper config section (for example,
# "[endstop_phase stepper_z]"). This feature can improve the accuracy
# of endstop switches. Add a bare "[endstop_phase]" declaration to
# enable the ENDSTOP_PHASE_CALIBRATE command.
#[endstop_phase stepper_z]
#phases:
# This specifies the number of phases of the given stepper motor
# driver (which is the number of micro-steps multiplied by four).
# This setting is automatically determined if one uses a TMC driver
# with run-time configuration. Otherwise, this parameter must be
# provided.
#endstop_accuracy: 0.200
# Sets the expected accuracy (in mm) of the endstop. This represents
# the maximum error distance the endstop may trigger (eg, if an
# endstop may occasionally trigger 100um early or up to 100um late
# then set this to 0.200 for 200um). The default is
# phases*step_distance.
#endstop_phase:
# This specifies the phase of the stepper motor driver to expect
# when hitting the endstop. Only set this value if one is sure the
# stepper motor driver is reset every time the mcu is reset. If this
# is not set, then the stepper phase will be detected on the first
# home and that phase will be used on all subsequent homes.
#endstop_align_zero: False
# If true then the position_endstop of the axis will effectively be
# modified so that the zero position for the axis occurs at a full
# step on the stepper motor. (If used on the Z axis and the print
# layer height is a multiple of a full step distance then every
# layer will occur on a full step.) The default is False.
# Heater cooling fans (one may define any number of sections with a
# "heater_fan" prefix). A "heater fan" is a fan that will be enabled
# whenever its associated heater is active. By default, a heater_fan
# has a shutdown_speed equal to max_power.
#[heater_fan my_nozzle_fan]
#pin:
#max_power:
#shutdown_speed:
#cycle_time:
#hardware_pwm:
#kick_start_time:
# See the "fan" section in example.cfg for a description of the
# above parameters.
#heater: extruder
# Name of the config section defining the heater that this fan is
# associated with. If a comma separated list of heater names is
# provided here, then the fan will be enabled when any of the given
# heaters are enabled. The default is "extruder".
#heater_temp: 50.0
# A temperature (in Celsius) that the heater must drop below before
# the fan is disabled. The default is 50 Celsius.
#fan_speed: 1.0
# The fan speed (expressed as a value from 0.0 to 1.0) that the fan
# will be set to when its associated heater is enabled. The default
# is 1.0
# Controller cooling fan (one may define any number of sections with a
# "controller_fan" prefix). A "controller fan" is a fan that will be
# enabled whenever its associated heater or any configured stepper
# driver is active. The fan will stop, whenever an idle_timeout is
# reached to ensure no overheating will occur after deactivating a
# watched component.
#[controller_fan my_controller_fan]
#pin:
#max_power:
#shutdown_speed:
#cycle_time:
#hardware_pwm:
#kick_start_time:
# See the "fan" section in example.cfg for a description of the
# above parameters.
#idle_timeout:
# The ammount of time (in seconds) after a stepper driver or heater
# was active and the fan should be kept running. The default
# is 30 seconds.
#idle_speed:
# The fan speed (expressed as a value from 0.0 to 1.0) that the fan
# will be set to when a heater or stepper driver was active and before
# the idle_timeout is reached. This must be greater or equal
# max_power. The default is max_power
#heater:
# Name of the config section defining the heater that this fan is
# associated with. If a comma separated list of heater names is
# provided here, then the fan will be enabled when any of the given
# heaters are enabled. The default is "extruder".
# Temperature-triggered cooling fans (one may define any number of
# sections with a "temperature_fan" prefix). A "temperature fan" is a
# fan that will be enabled whenever its associated sensor is above a
# set temperature. By default, a temperature_fan has a shutdown_speed
# equal to max_power.
#[temperature_fan my_temp_fan]
#pin:
#max_power:
#shutdown_speed:
#cycle_time:
#hardware_pwm:
#kick_start_time:
# See the "fan" section in example.cfg for a description of the
# above parameters.
#sensor_type: EPCOS 100K B57560G104F
#sensor_pin: analog13
# See the "heater" section for details about the sensor_type and
# sensor_pin parameters.
#min_temp: 0
#max_temp: 100
# The maximum range of valid temperatures (in Celsius) that the
# sensor must remain within. This controls a safety feature
# implemented in the micro-controller code - should the measured
# temperature ever fall outside this range then the micro-controller
# will go into a shutdown state. Set this range just wide enough so
# that reasonable temperatures do not result in an error. These
# parameters must be provided.
#target_temp: 40.0
# A temperature (in Celsius) that will be the target temperature.
# The default is 40 degrees.
#max_speed: 1.0
# The fan speed (expressed as a value from 0.0 to 1.0) that the fan
# will be set to when the sensor temperature exceeds the set value.
# The default is 1.0.
#min_speed: 0.3
# The minimum fan speed (expressed as a value from 0.0 to 1.0) that
# the fan will be set to for PID temperature fans.
# The default is 0.3.
#control: watermark
# Control algorithm (either watermark or pid). This parameter must
# be provided.
#pid_Kp: 40
# Kp is the "proportional" constant for the pid. This parameter must
# be provided for PID temperature fans.
#pid_Ki: 0.2
# Ki is the "integral" constant for the pid. This parameter must be
# provided for PID temperature fans.
#pid_Kd: 0.1
# Kd is the "derivative" constant for the pid. This parameter must
# be provided for PID temperature fans.
#pid_deriv_time: 2.0
# A time value (in seconds) over which the derivative in the pid
# will be smoothed to reduce the impact of measurement noise. The
# default is 2 seconds.
#pid_integral_max:
# The maximum "windup" the integral term may accumulate. The default
# is to use the same value as max_power.
#gcode_id:
# If set, the temperature will be reported in M105 queries using the
# given id. The default is to not report the temperature via M105.
# Additional micro-controllers (one may define any number of sections
# with an "mcu" prefix). Additional micro-controllers introduce
# additional pins that may be configured as heaters, steppers, fans,
# etc.. For example, if an "[mcu extra_mcu]" section is introduced,
# then pins such as "extra_mcu:ar9" may then be used elsewhere in the
# config (where "ar9" is a hardware pin name or alias name on the
# given mcu).
#[mcu my_extra_mcu]
# See the "mcu" section in example.cfg for configuration parameters.
# Servos (one may define any number of sections with a "servo"
# prefix). The servos may be controlled using the SET_SERVO g-code
# command. For example: SET_SERVO SERVO=my_servo ANGLE=180
#[servo my_servo]
#pin: ar7
# PWM output pin controlling the servo. This parameter must be
# provided.
#maximum_servo_angle: 180
# The maximum angle (in degrees) that this servo can be set to. The
# default is 180 degrees.
#minimum_pulse_width: 0.001
# The minimum pulse width time (in seconds). This should correspond
# with an angle of 0 degrees. The default is 0.001 seconds.
#maximum_pulse_width: 0.002
# The maximum pulse width time (in seconds). This should correspond
# with an angle of maximum_servo_angle. The default is 0.002
# seconds.
#initial_angle: 70
# Initial angle to set the servo to when the mcu resets. Must be between
# 0 and maximum_servo_angle This parameter is optional. If both
# initial_angle and initial_pulse_width are set initial_angle will be used.
#initial_pulse_width: 0.0015
# Initial pulse width time (in seconds) to set the servo to when
# the mcu resets. Must be between minimum_pulse_width and maximum_pulse_width.
# This parameter is optional. If both initial_angle and initial_pulse_width
# are set initial_angle will be used
#enable: True
# Enable or disable servo. It can be enabled or disabled later using
# SET_SERVO SERVO=my_servo ENABLE=<0|1> g-command. The default is True (=enabled)
# Statically configured digital output pins (one may define any number
# of sections with a "static_digital_output" prefix). Pins configured
# here will be setup as a GPIO output during MCU configuration. They
# can not be changed at run-time.
#[static_digital_output my_output_pins]
#pins:
# A comma separated list of pins to be set as GPIO output pins. The
# pin will be set to a high level unless the pin name is prefaced
# with "!". This parameter must be provided.
# Manual steppers (one may define any number of sections with a
# "manual_stepper" prefix). These are steppers that are controlled by
# the MANUAL_STEPPER g-code command. For example: "MANUAL_STEPPER
# STEPPER=my_stepper MOVE=10 SPEED=5". See the docs/G-Codes.md file
# for a description of the MANUAL_STEPPER command. The steppers are
# not connected to the normal printer kinematics.
#[manual_stepper my_stepper]
#step_pin:
#dir_pin:
#enable_pin:
#step_distance:
# See the "[stepper_x]" section in example.cfg for a description of
# these parameters.
#velocity:
# Set the default velocity (in mm/s) for the stepper. This value
# will be used if a MANUAL_STEPPER command does not specify a SPEED
# parameter. The default is 5mm/s.
#accel:
# Set the default acceleration (in mm/s^2) for the stepper. An
# acceleration of zero will result in no acceleration. This value
# will be used if a MANUAL_STEPPER command does not specify an ACCEL
# parameter. The default is zero.
#endstop_pin:
# Endstop switch detection pin. If specified, then one may perform
# "homing moves" by adding a STOP_ON_ENDSTOP parameter to
# MANUAL_STEPPER movement commands.
# Run-time configurable output pins (one may define any number of
# sections with an "output_pin" prefix). Pins configured here will be
# setup as output pins and one may modify them at run-time using
# "SET_PIN PIN=my_pin VALUE=.1" type extended g-code commands.
#[output_pin my_pin]
#pin:
# The pin to configure as an output. This parameter must be
# provided.
#pwm: False
# Set if the output pin should be capable of pulse-width-modulation.
# If this is true, the value fields should be between 0 and 1; if it
# is false the value fields should be either 0 or 1. The default is
# False.
#static_value:
# If this is set, then the pin is assigned to this value at startup
# and the pin can not be changed during runtime. A static pin uses
# slightly less ram in the micro-controller. The default is to use
# runtime configuration of pins.
#value:
# The value to initially set the pin to during MCU configuration.
# The default is 0 (for low voltage).
#shutdown_value:
# The value to set the pin to on an MCU shutdown event. The default
# is 0 (for low voltage).
#cycle_time: 0.100
# The amount of time (in seconds) per PWM cycle. It is recommended
# this be 10 milliseconds or greater when using software based
# PWM. The default is 0.100 seconds for pwm pins.
#hardware_pwm: False
# Enable this to use hardware PWM instead of software PWM. When
# using hardware PWM the actual cycle time is constrained by the
# implementation and may be significantly different than the
# requested cycle_time. The default is False.
#scale:
# This parameter can be used to alter how the 'value' and
# 'shutdown_value' parameters are interpreted for pwm pins. If
# provided, then the 'value' parameter should be between 0.0 and
# 'scale'. This may be useful when configuring a PWM pin that
# controls a stepper voltage reference. The 'scale' can be set to
# the equivalent stepper amperage if the PWM were fully enabled, and
# then the 'value' parameter can be specified using the desired
# amperage for the stepper. The default is to not scale the 'value'
# parameter.
# Multiple pin outputs (one may define any number of sections with a
# "multi_pin" prefix). A multi_pin output creates an internal pin
# alias that can modify multiple output pins each time the alias pin
# is set. For example, one could define a "[multi_pin my_fan]" object
# containing two pins and then set "pin=multi_pin:my_fan" in the
# "[fan]" section - on each fan change both output pins would be
# updated. These aliases may not be used with stepper motor pins.
#[multi_pin my_multi_pin]
#pins:
# A comma separated list of pins associated with this alias. This
# parameter must be provided.
# SAMD SERCOM configuration to specify which pins to use on a given SERCOM.
# One may define one section with the "samd_sercom" prefix per
# SERCOM available. Each SERCOM must be configured prior to using it as
# SPI or I2C peripheral. Place this config section above any other section
# that makes use of SPI or I2C buses.
#[samd_sercom sercom0]
#tx_pin:
# MOSI pin for SPI communication, or SDA (data) pin for I2C
# communication. The pin must have a valid pinmux configuration
# for the given SERCOM peripheral. This parameter must be provided.
#rx_pin:
# MISO pin for SPI communication. This pin is not used for I2C
# communication (I2C uses tx_pin for both sending and receiving).
# The pin must have a valid pinmux configuration for the given
# SERCOM peripheral. This parameter is optional.
#clk_pin:
# CLK pin for SPI communication, or SCL (clock) pin for I2C
# communication. The pin must have a valid pinmux configuration
# for the given SERCOM peripheral. This parameter must be provided.
# Statically configured AD5206 digipots connected via SPI bus (one may
# define any number of sections with an "ad5206" prefix).
#[ad5206 my_digipot]
#enable_pin:
# The pin corresponding to the AD5206 chip select line. This pin
# will be set to low at the start of SPI messages and raised to high
# after the message completes. This parameter must be provided.
#spi_bus:
#spi_speed:
#spi_software_sclk_pin:
#spi_software_mosi_pin:
#spi_software_miso_pin:
# These optional parameters allow one to customize the SPI settings
# used to communicate with the chip.
#channel_1:
#channel_2:
#channel_3:
#channel_4:
#channel_5:
#channel_6:
# The value to statically set the given AD5206 channel to. This is
# typically set to a number between 0.0 and 1.0 with 1.0 being the
# highest resistance and 0.0 being the lowest resistance. However,
# the range may be changed with the 'scale' parameter (see below).
# If a channel is not specified then it is left unconfigured.
#scale:
# This parameter can be used to alter how the 'channel_x' parameters
# are interpreted. If provided, then the 'channel_x' parameters
# should be between 0.0 and 'scale'. This may be useful when the
# AD5206 is used to set stepper voltage references. The 'scale' can
# be set to the equivalent stepper amperage if the AD5206 were at
# its highest resistance, and then the 'channel_x' parameters can be
# specified using the desired amperage value for the stepper. The
# default is to not scale the 'channel_x' parameters.
# Statically configured MCP4451 digipot connected via I2C bus (one may
# define any number of sections with an "mcp4451" prefix).
#[mcp4451 my_digipot]
#i2c_mcu: mcu
# The name of the micro-controller that the MCP4451 chip is
# connected to. The default is "mcu".
#i2c_address:
# The i2c address that the chip is using on the i2c bus. This
# parameter must be provided.
#wiper_0:
#wiper_1:
#wiper_2:
#wiper_3:
# The value to statically set the given MCP4451 "wiper" to. This is
# typically set to a number between 0.0 and 1.0 with 1.0 being the
# highest resistance and 0.0 being the lowest resistance. However,
# the range may be changed with the 'scale' parameter (see
# below). If a wiper is not specified then it is left unconfigured.
#scale:
# This parameter can be used to alter how the 'wiper_x' parameters
# are interpreted. If provided, then the 'wiper_x' parameters should
# be between 0.0 and 'scale'. This may be useful when the MCP4451 is
# used to set stepper voltage references. The 'scale' can be set to
# the equivalent stepper amperage if the MCP4451 were at its highest
# resistance, and then the 'wiper_x' parameters can be specified
# using the desired amperage value for the stepper. The default is
# to not scale the 'wiper_x' parameters.
# Statically configured MCP4728 digital-to-analog converter connected
# via I2C bus (one may define any number of sections with an "mcp4728"
# prefix).
#[mcp4728 my_dac]
#i2c_mcu: mcu
# The name of the micro-controller that the MCP4451 chip is
# connected to. The default is "mcu".
#i2c_address: 96
# The i2c address that the chip is using on the i2c bus. The default
# is 96.
#channel_a:
#channel_b:
#channel_c:
#channel_d:
# The value to statically set the given MCP4728 channel to. This is
# typically set to a number between 0.0 and 1.0 with 1.0 being the
# highest voltage (2.048V) and 0.0 being the lowest voltage. However,
# the range may be changed with the 'scale' parameter (see
# below). If a channel is not specified then it is left
# unconfigured.
#scale:
# This parameter can be used to alter how the 'channel_x' parameters
# are interpreted. If provided, then the 'channel_x' parameters
# should be between 0.0 and 'scale'. This may be useful when the
# MCP4728 is used to set stepper voltage references. The 'scale' can
# be set to the equivalent stepper amperage if the MCP4728 were at
# its highest voltage (2.048V), and then the 'channel_x' parameters
# can be specified using the desired amperage value for the
# stepper. The default is to not scale the 'channel_x' parameters.
# Statically configured MCP4018 digipot connected via two gpio "bit
# banging" pins (one may define any number of sections with an
# "mcp4018" prefix).
#[mcp4018 my_digipot]
#scl_pin:
# The SCL "clock" pin. This parameter must be provided.
#sda_pin:
# The SDA "data" pin. This parameter must be provided.
#wiper:
# The value to statically set the given MCP4018 "wiper" to. This is
# typically set to a number between 0.0 and 1.0 with 1.0 being the
# highest resistance and 0.0 being the lowest resistance. However,
# the range may be changed with the 'scale' parameter (see
# below). This parameter must be provided.
#scale:
# This parameter can be used to alter how the 'wiper' parameter is
# interpreted. If provided, then the 'wiper' parameter should be
# between 0.0 and 'scale'. This may be useful when the MCP4018 is
# used to set stepper voltage references. The 'scale' can be set to
# the equivalent stepper amperage if the MCP4018 is at its highest
# resistance, and then the 'wiper' parameter can be specified using
# the desired amperage value for the stepper. The default is to not
# scale the 'wiper' parameter.
# Configure an SX1509 I2C to GPIO expander. Due to the delay incurred
# by I2C communication you should NOT use SX1509 pins as stepper enable,
# step or dir pins or any other pin that requires fast bit-banging. They
# are best used as static or gcode controlled digital outputs or hardware-pwm
# pins for e.g. fans. One may define any number of sections with an "sx1509"
# prefix. Each expander provides a set of 16 pins (sx1509_my_sx1509:PIN_0 to
# sx1509_my_sx1509:PIN_15) which can be used in the printer configuration.
#[sx1509 my_sx1509]
#i2c_mcu: mcu
# The name of the micro-controller that the SX1509 chip is connected
# to. The default is "mcu".
#i2c_address:
# I2C address used by this expander. Depending on the hardware jumpers
# this is one out of the following addresses: 62 63 112 113. This
# parameter must be provided.
#i2c_bus:
# If the I2C implementation of your microcontroller supports
# multiple I2C busses, you may specify the bus name here. The
# default is to use the default micro-controller i2c bus.
# Configure a TMC2130 stepper motor driver via SPI bus. To use this
# feature, define a config section with a "tmc2130" prefix followed by
# the name of the corresponding stepper config section (for example,
# "[tmc2130 stepper_x]"). This also creates a
# "tmc2130_stepper_x:virtual_enable" virtual pin which may be used as
# the stepper's enable_pin (for enabling the driver via an SPI
# message).
#[tmc2130 stepper_x]
#cs_pin:
# The pin corresponding to the TMC2130 chip select line. This pin
# will be set to low at the start of SPI messages and raised to high
# after the message completes. This parameter must be provided.
#spi_bus:
#spi_speed:
#spi_software_sclk_pin:
#spi_software_mosi_pin:
#spi_software_miso_pin:
# These optional parameters allow one to customize the SPI settings
# used to communicate with the chip.
#microsteps:
# The number of microsteps to configure the driver to use. Valid
# values are 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256. This parameter must
# be provided.
#interpolate: True
# If true, enable step interpolation (the driver will internally
# step at a rate of 256 micro-steps). The default is True.
#run_current:
# The amount of current (in amps) to configure the driver to use
# during stepper movement. This parameter must be provided.
#hold_current:
# The amount of current (in amps) to configure the driver to use
# when the stepper is not moving. The default is to use the same
# value as run_current.
#sense_resistor: 0.110
# The resistance (in ohms) of the motor sense resistor. The default
# is 0.110 ohms.
#stealthchop_threshold: 0
# The velocity (in mm/s) to set the "stealthChop" threshold to. When
# set, "stealthChop" mode will be enabled if the stepper motor
# velocity is below this value. The default is 0, which disables
# "stealthChop" mode.
#driver_IHOLDDELAY: 8
#driver_TPOWERDOWN: 0
#driver_TBL: 1
#driver_TOFF: 4
#driver_HEND: 7
#driver_HSTRT: 0
#driver_PWM_AUTOSCALE: True
#driver_PWM_FREQ: 1
#driver_PWM_GRAD: 4
#driver_PWM_AMPL: 128
#driver_SGT: 0
# Set the given register during the configuration of the TMC2130
# chip. This may be used to set custom motor parameters. The
# defaults for each parameter are next to the parameter name in the
# above list.
#diag1_pin:
# The micro-controller pin attached to the DIAG1 line of the TMC2130
# chip. Setting this creates a "tmc2130_stepper_x:virtual_endstop"
# virtual pin which may be used as the stepper's endstop_pin. Doing
# this enables "sensorless homing". (Be sure to also set driver_SGT
# to an appropriate sensitivity value.) The default is to not enable
# sensorless homing. See docs/Sensorless_Homing.md for details on how
# to configure this.
# Configure a TMC2208 (or TMC2224) stepper motor driver via single
# wire UART. To use this feature, define a config section with a
# "tmc2208" prefix followed by the name of the corresponding stepper
# config section (for example, "[tmc2208 stepper_x]"). This also
# creates a "tmc2208_stepper_x:virtual_enable" virtual pin which may
# be used as the stepper's enable_pin (for enabling the driver via a
# UART message).
#[tmc2208 stepper_x]
#uart_pin:
# The pin connected to the TMC2208 PDN_UART line. This parameter
# must be provided.
#tx_pin:
# If using separate receive and transmit lines to communicate with
# the driver then set uart_pin to the receive pin and tx_pin to the
# transmit pin. The default is to use uart_pin for both reading and
# writing.
#select_pins:
# A comma separated list of pins to set prior to accessing the
# tmc2208 UART. This may be useful for configuring an analog mux for
# UART communication. The default is to not configure any pins.
#microsteps:
# The number of microsteps to configure the driver to use. Valid
# values are 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256. This parameter must
# be provided.
#interpolate: True
# If true, enable step interpolation (the driver will internally
# step at a rate of 256 micro-steps). The default is True.
#run_current:
# The amount of current (in amps) to configure the driver to use
# during stepper movement. This parameter must be provided.
#hold_current:
# The amount of current (in amps) to configure the driver to use
# when the stepper is not moving. The default is to use the same
# value as run_current.
#sense_resistor: 0.110
# The resistance (in ohms) of the motor sense resistor. The default
# is 0.110 ohms.
#stealthchop_threshold: 0
# The velocity (in mm/s) to set the "stealthChop" threshold to. When
# set, "stealthChop" mode will be enabled if the stepper motor
# velocity is below this value. The default is 0, which disables
# "stealthChop" mode.
#driver_IHOLDDELAY: 8
#driver_TPOWERDOWN: 20
#driver_TBL: 2
#driver_TOFF: 3
#driver_HEND: 0
#driver_HSTRT: 5
#driver_PWM_AUTOGRAD: True
#driver_PWM_AUTOSCALE: True
#driver_PWM_LIM: 12
#driver_PWM_REG: 8
#driver_PWM_FREQ: 1
#driver_PWM_GRAD: 14
#driver_PWM_OFS: 36
# Set the given register during the configuration of the TMC2208
# chip. This may be used to set custom motor parameters. The
# defaults for each parameter are next to the parameter name in the
# above list.
# Configure a TMC2209 stepper motor driver via single wire UART. To
# use this feature, define a config section with a "tmc2209" prefix
# followed by the name of the corresponding stepper config section
# (for example, "[tmc2209 stepper_x]"). This also creates a
# "tmc2209_stepper_x:virtual_enable" virtual pin which may be used as
# the stepper's enable_pin (for enabling the driver via a UART
# message).
#[tmc2209 stepper_x]
#uart_pin:
#tx_pin:
#select_pins:
#microsteps:
#interpolate: True
#run_current:
#hold_current:
#sense_resistor: 0.110
#stealthchop_threshold: 0
# See the tmc2208 section above for the definition of these
# parameters.
#uart_address:
# The address of the TMC2209 chip for UART messages (an integer
# between 0 and 3). This is typically used when multiple TMC2209
# chips are connected to the same UART pin. The default is zero.
#driver_IHOLDDELAY: 8
#driver_TPOWERDOWN: 20
#driver_TBL: 2
#driver_TOFF: 3
#driver_HEND: 0
#driver_HSTRT: 5
#driver_PWM_AUTOGRAD: True
#driver_PWM_AUTOSCALE: True
#driver_PWM_LIM: 12
#driver_PWM_REG: 8
#driver_PWM_FREQ: 1
#driver_PWM_GRAD: 14
#driver_PWM_OFS: 36
#driver_SGTHRS: 0
# Set the given register during the configuration of the TMC2209
# chip. This may be used to set custom motor parameters. The
# defaults for each parameter are next to the parameter name in the
# above list.
#diag_pin:
# The micro-controller pin attached to the DIAG line of the TMC2209
# chip. Setting this creates a "tmc2209_stepper_x:virtual_endstop"
# virtual pin which may be used as the stepper's endstop_pin. Doing
# this enables "sensorless homing". (Be sure to also set
# driver_SGTHRS to an appropriate sensitivity value.) The default is
# to not enable sensorless homing.
# Configure a TMC2660 stepper motor driver via SPI bus. To use this
# feature, define a config section with a tmc2660 prefix followed by
# the name of the corresponding stepper config section (for example,
# "[tmc2660 stepper_x]"). This also creates a
# "tmc2660_stepper_x:virtual_enable" virtual pin which may be used as
# the stepper's enable_pin (for enabling the driver via an SPI
# message).
#[tmc2660 stepper_x]
#cs_pin:
# The pin corresponding to the TMC2660 chip select line. This pin
# will be set to low at the start of SPI messages and set to high
# after the message transfer completes. This parameter must be provided.
#spi_bus:
# Select the SPI bus the TMC2660 stepper driver is connected to.
# This depends on the physical connections on your board, as well as
# the SPI implementation of your particular micro-controller. The
# default is to use the default micro-controller spi bus.
#spi_speed: 4000000
# SPI bus frequency used to communicate with the TMC2660 stepper
# driver. The default is 4000000.
#spi_software_sclk_pin:
#spi_software_mosi_pin:
#spi_software_miso_pin:
# These optional parameters allow one to customize the SPI settings
# used to communicate with the chip.
#microsteps:
# The number of microsteps to configure the driver to use. Valid
# values are 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256. This parameter must
# be provided.
#interpolate: True
# If true, enable step interpolation (the driver will internally
# step at a rate of 256 micro-steps). This only works if microsteps
# is set to 16. The default is True.
#run_current:
# The amount of current (in ampere) used by the driver during stepper
# movement. This parameter must be provided.
#sense_resistor:
# The resistance (in ohms) of the motor sense resistor. This parameter
# must be provided.
#idle_current_percent: 100
# The percentage of the run_current the stepper driver will be
# lowered to when the idle timeout expires (you need to set up the
# timeout using a [idle_timeout] config section). The current will
# be raised again once the stepper has to move again. Make sure to
# set this to a high enough value such that the steppers do not lose
# their position. There is also small delay until the current is
# raised again, so take this into account when commanding fast moves
# while the stepper is idling. The default is 100 (no reduction).
#driver_TBL: 2
#driver_RNDTF: 0
#driver_HDEC: 0
#driver_CHM: 0
#driver_HEND: 3
#driver_HSTRT: 3
#driver_TOFF: 4
#driver_SEIMIN: 0
#driver_SEDN: 0
#driver_SEMAX: 0
#driver_SEUP: 0
#driver_SEMIN: 0
#driver_SFILT: 1
#driver_SGT: 0
#driver_SLPH: 0
#driver_SLPL: 0
#driver_DISS2G: 0
#driver_TS2G: 3
# Set the given parameter during the configuration of the TMC2660
# chip. This may be used to set custom driver parameters. The
# defaults for each parameter are next to the parameter name in the
# list above. See the TMC2660 datasheet about what each parameter
# does and what the restrictions on parameter combinations are.
# Be especially aware of the CHOPCONF register, where setting CHM to
# either 0 or one will lead to layout changes (the first bit of HDEC)
# is interpreted as the MSB of HSTRT in this case).
# Configure a TMC5160 stepper motor driver via SPI bus. To use this
# feature, define a config section with a "tmc5160" prefix followed by
# the name of the corresponding stepper config section (for example,
# "[tmc5160 stepper_x]"). This also creates a
# "tmc5160_stepper_x:virtual_enable" virtual pin which may be used as
# the stepper's enable_pin (for enabling the driver via an SPI
# message).
#[tmc5160 stepper_x]
#cs_pin:
# The pin corresponding to the TMC5160 chip select line. This pin
# will be set to low at the start of SPI messages and raised to high
# after the message completes. This parameter must be provided.
#spi_bus:
#spi_speed:
#spi_software_sclk_pin:
#spi_software_mosi_pin:
#spi_software_miso_pin:
# These optional parameters allow one to customize the SPI settings
# used to communicate with the chip.
#microsteps:
# The number of microsteps to configure the driver to use. Valid
# values are 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256. This parameter must
# be provided.
#interpolate: True
# If true, enable step interpolation (the driver will internally
# step at a rate of 256 micro-steps). The default is True.
#run_current:
# The amount of current (in amps) to configure the driver to use
# during stepper movement. This parameter must be provided.
#hold_current:
# The amount of current (in amps) to configure the driver to use
# when the stepper is not moving. The default is to use the same
# value as run_current.
#sense_resistor: 0.075
# The resistance (in ohms) of the motor sense resistor. The default
# is 0.075 ohms.
#stealthchop_threshold: 0
# The velocity (in mm/s) to set the "stealthChop" threshold to. When
# set, "stealthChop" mode will be enabled if the stepper motor
# velocity is below this value. The default is 0, which disables
# "stealthChop" mode. Try to reexperience this with tmc5160.
# Values can be much higher than other tmcs.
#driver_IHOLDDELAY: 6
#driver_TPOWERDOWN: 10
#driver_TBL: 2
#driver_TOFF: 3
#driver_HEND: 2
#driver_HSTRT: 5
#driver_FD3: 0
#driver_TPFD: 4
#driver_CHM: 0
#driver_VHIGHFS: 0
#driver_VHIGHCHM: 0
#driver_DISS2G: 0
#driver_DISS2VS: 0
#driver_PWM_AUTOSCALE: True
#driver_PWM_AUTOGRAD: True
#driver_PWM_FREQ: 1
#driver_FREEWHEEL: 0
#driver_PWM_GRAD: 0
#driver_PWM_OFS: 30
#driver_PWM_REG: 4
#driver_PWM_LIM: 12
#driver_SGT: 0
#driver_SEMIN: 0
#driver_SEUP: 0
#driver_SEMAX: 0
#driver_SEDN: 0
#driver_SEIMIN: 0
#driver_SFILT: 0
# Set the given register during the configuration of the TMC5160
# chip. This may be used to set custom motor parameters. The
# defaults for each parameter are next to the parameter name in the
# above list.
#diag1_pin:
# The micro-controller pin attached to the DIAG1 line of the TMC5160
# chip. Setting this creates a "tmc5160_stepper_x:virtual_endstop"
# virtual pin which may be used as the stepper's endstop_pin. Doing
# this enables "sensorless homing". (Be sure to also set driver_SGT
# to an appropriate sensitivity value.) The default is to not enable
# sensorless homing. See docs/Sensorless_Homing.md for details on how
# to configure this.
# Homing override. One may use this mechanism to run a series of
# g-code commands in place of a G28 found in the normal g-code input.
# This may be useful on printers that require a specific procedure to
# home the machine.
#[homing_override]
#gcode:
# A list of G-Code commands to execute in place of G28 commands
# found in the normal g-code input. See docs/Command_Templates.md
# for G-Code format. If a G28 is contained in this list of commands
# then it will invoke the normal homing procedure for the printer.
# The commands listed here must home all axes. This parameter must
# be provided.
#axes: xyz
# The axes to override. For example, if this is set to "z" then the
# override script will only be run when the z axis is homed (eg, via
# a "G28" or "G28 Z0" command). Note, the override script should
# still home all axes. The default is "xyz" which causes the
# override script to be run in place of all G28 commands.
#set_position_x:
#set_position_y:
#set_position_z:
# If specified, the printer will assume the axis is at the specified
# position prior to running the above g-code commands. Setting this
# disables homing checks for that axis. This may be useful if the
# head must move prior to invoking the normal G28 mechanism for an
# axis. The default is to not force a position for an axis.
# Safe Z homing. One may use this mechanism to home the Z axis at a
# specific XY coordinate. This is useful if the toolhead, for example
# has to move to the center of the bed before Z can be homed.
#[safe_z_home]
#home_xy_position:
# A X,Y coordinate (e.g. 100,100) where the Z homing should be
# performed. This parameter must be provided.
#speed: 50.0
# Speed at which the toolhead is moved to the safe Z home coordinate.
# The default is 50 mm/s
#z_hop: 0.0
# Lift the Z axis prior to homing. This is applied to any homing command,
# even if it doesn't home the Z axis. If the Z axis is already homed and
# the zhop would exceed the printer limits, the zhop is ignored.
# The default is 0.0mm.
#z_hop_speed: 20.0
# Speed at which the Z axis is lifted prior to homing. The default is 20mm/s.
# Support manually moving stepper motors for diagnostic purposes.
# Note, using this feature may place the printer in an invalid state -
# see docs/G-Codes.md for important details.
#[force_move]
#enable_force_move: False
# Set to true to enable FORCE_MOVE and SET_KINEMATIC_POSITION
# extended G-Code commands. The default is false.
# A virtual sdcard may be useful if the host machine is not fast
# enough to run OctoPrint well. It allows the Klipper host software to
# directly print gcode files stored in a directory on the host using
# standard sdcard G-Code commands (eg, M24).
#[virtual_sdcard]
#path: ~/.octoprint/uploads/
# The path of the local directory on the host machine to look for
# g-code files. This is a read-only directory (sdcard file writes
# are not supported). One may point this to OctoPrint's upload
# directory (generally ~/.octoprint/uploads/ ). This parameter must
# be provided.
# Board pin aliases. One may define aliases for the pins on a
# micro-controller. (If a micro-controller name is omitted in the
# board_pins config section name then it defaults to "mcu".)
#[board_pins mcu]
#aliases:
# A comma separated list of "name=value" aliases to create for the
# given micro-controller. For example, "EXP1_1=PE6" would create an
# "EXP1_1" alias for the "PE6" pin. However, if "value" is enclosed
# in "<>" then "name" is created as a reserved pin (for example,
# "EXP1_9=<GND>" would reserve "EXP1_9"). This parameter must be
# provided.
# Support for a display attached to the micro-controller.
#[display]
#lcd_type:
# The type of LCD chip in use. This may be "hd44780" (which is used
# in "RepRapDiscount 2004 Smart Controller" type displays), "st7920"
# (which is used in "RepRapDiscount 12864 Full Graphic Smart
# Controller" type displays), "uc1701" (which is used in "MKS Mini
# 12864" type displays), or "ssd1306". This parameter must be
# provided.
#rs_pin:
#e_pin:
#d4_pin:
#d5_pin:
#d6_pin:
#d7_pin:
# The pins connected to an hd44780 type lcd. These parameters must
# be provided when using an hd44780 display.
#cs_pin:
#sclk_pin:
#sid_pin:
# The pins connected to an st7920 type lcd. These parameters must be
# provided when using an st7920 display.
#cs_pin:
#a0_pin:
# The pins connected to an uc1701 type lcd. These parameters must be
# provided when using an uc1701 display.
#rs_pin:
#cs_pin:
#a0_pin:
# The pins connected to an st7567 type lcd. These parameters must be
# provided when using an st7567 display.
#contrast:
# The contrast to set when using a uc1701/st7567 type displays. The value
# may range from 0 to 63. Default is 40 for uc1701 and 60 for st7567.
#cs_pin:
#dc_pin:
#spi_bus:
#spi_speed:
#spi_software_sclk_pin:
#spi_software_mosi_pin:
#spi_software_miso_pin:
# The pins connected to an ssd1306 type lcd when in "4-wire" spi
# mode. The parameters that start with "spi_" are optional and they
# control the spi settings used to communicate with the chip. The
# default is to use i2c mode for ssd1306 displays.
#reset_pin:
# A reset pin may be specified on ssd1306 displays. If it is not
# specified then the hardware must have a pull-up on the
# corresponding lcd line.
#menu_root:
# Entry point for menu, root menu container name. If this parameter
# is not provided then default menu root is used. When provided
# menu entry is 'deck' type then it'll be initiated immediately at startup.
# Description of menu items is located in example-menu.cfg file.
#menu_timeout:
# Timeout for menu. Being inactive this amount of seconds will trigger
# menu exit or return to root menu when having autorun enabled.
# The default is 0 seconds (disabled)
#encoder_pins:
# The pins connected to encoder. 2 pins must be provided when
# using encoder. This parameter must be provided when using menu.
#click_pin:
# The pin connected to 'enter' button or encoder 'click'. This parameter
# must be provided when using menu. The presence of an 'analog_range_click_pin'
# config parameter turns this parameter from digital to analog.
#back_pin:
# The pin connected to 'back' button. This parameter is optional, menu
# can be used without it. The presence of an 'analog_range_back_pin'
# config parameter turns this parameter from digital to analog.
#up_pin:
# The pin connected to 'up' button. This parameter must be provided
# when using menu without encoder. The presence of an 'analog_range_up_pin'
# config parameter turns this parameter from digital to analog.
#down_pin:
# The pin connected to 'down' button. This parameter must be provided
# when using menu without encoder. The presence of an 'analog_range_down_pin'
# config parameter turns this parameter from digital to analog.
#kill_pin:
# The pin connected to 'kill' button. This button will call emergency stop.
# The presence of an 'analog_range_kill_pin' config parameter turns this
# parameter from digital to analog.
#analog_pullup_resistor: 4700
# The resistance (in ohms) of the pullup attached to the analog button.
# The default is 4700 ohms.
#analog_pin_debug:
# When enabled it will output analog (ADC) button readings to the log.
# It's useful for finding analog button resistance range values.
# The default is False (disabled)
#analog_range_click_pin:
# The resistance range for a 'enter' button. Range minimum and maximum
# comma-separated values must be provided when using analog button.
#analog_range_back_pin:
# The resistance range for a 'back' button. Range minimum and maximum
# comma-separated values must be provided when using analog button.
#analog_range_up_pin:
# The resistance range for a 'up' button. Range minimum and maximum
# comma-separated values must be provided when using analog button.
#analog_range_down_pin:
# The resistance range for a 'down' button. Range minimum and maximum
# comma-separated values must be provided when using analog button.
#analog_range_kill_pin:
# The resistance range for a 'kill' button. Range minimum and maximum
# comma-separated values must be provided when using analog button.
# Custom thermistors (one may define any number of sections with a
# "thermistor" prefix). A custom thermistor may be used in the
# sensor_type field of a heater config section. (For example, if one
# defines a "[thermistor my_thermistor]" section then one may use a
# "sensor_type: my_thermistor" when defining a heater.) Be sure to
# place the thermistor section in the config file above its first use
# in a heater section.
#[thermistor my_thermistor]
#temperature1:
#resistance1:
#temperature2:
#resistance2:
#temperature3:
#resistance3:
# Three resistance measurements (in Ohms) at the given temperatures
# (in Celsius). The three measurements will be used to calculate the
# Steinhart-Hart coefficients for the thermistor. These parameters
# must be provided when using Steinhart-Hart to define the
# thermistor.
#beta:
# Alternatively, one may define temperature1, resistance1, and beta
# to define the thermistor parameters. This parameter must be
# provided when using "beta" to define the thermistor.
# Custom ADC temperature sensors (one may define any number of
# sections with an "adc_temperature" prefix). This allows one to
# define a custom temperature sensor that measures a voltage on an
# Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) pin and uses linear interpolation
# between a set of configured temperature/voltage (or
# temperature/resistance) measurements to determine the
# temperature. The resulting sensor can be used as a sensor_type in a
# heater section. (For example, if one defines a "[adc_temperature
# my_sensor]" section then one may use a "sensor_type: my_sensor" when
# defining a heater.) Be sure to place the sensor section in the
# config file above its first use in a heater section.
#[adc_temperature my_sensor]
#temperature1:
#voltage1:
#temperature2:
#voltage2:
#...
# A set of temperatures (in Celsius) and voltages (in Volts) to use
# as reference when converting a temperature. At least two
# measurements must be provided.
#temperature1:
#resistance1:
#temperature2:
#resistance2:
#...
# Alternatively one may specify a set of temperatures (in Celsius)
# and resistance (in Ohms) to use as reference when converting a
# temperature. At least two measurements must be provided.
# MAXxxxxx serial peripheral interface (SPI) temperature based
# sensors. The following parameters are available in heater sections
# that use one of these sensor types.
#[extruder]
# See the "extruder" section in example.cfg for a description of
# heater parameters. The parameters below describe sensor parameters.
#sensor_type:
# One of "MAX6675", "MAX31855", "MAX31856", or "MAX31865".
#spi_speed: 4000000
# The SPI speed (in hz) to use when communicating with the chip.
# The default is 4000000.
#spi_bus:
#spi_software_sclk_pin:
#spi_software_mosi_pin:
#spi_software_miso_pin:
# These optional parameters allow one to customize the SPI settings
# used to communicate with the chip.
#sensor_pin:
# The chip select line for the sensor chip. This parameter must be
# provided.
#tc_type: K
#tc_use_50Hz_filter: False
#tc_averaging_count: 1
# The above parameters control the sensor parameters of MAX31856
# chips. The defaults for each parameter are next to the parameter
# name in the above list.
#rtd_nominal_r: 100
#rtd_reference_r: 430
#rtd_num_of_wires: 2
#rtd_use_50Hz_filter: False
# The above parameters control the sensor parameters of MAX31865
# chips. The defaults for each parameter are next to the parameter
# name in the above list.
# G-Code macros (one may define any number of sections with a
# "gcode_macro" prefix).
#[gcode_macro my_cmd]
#gcode:
# A list of G-Code commands to execute in place of "my_cmd". See
# docs/Command_Templates.md for G-Code format. This parameter must
# be provided.
#default_parameter_<parameter>:
# One may define any number of options with a "default_parameter_"
# prefix. Use this to define default values for g-code parameters.
# For example, if one were to define the macro MY_DELAY with gcode
# "G4 P{DELAY}" along with "default_parameter_DELAY = 50" then the
# command "MY_DELAY" would evaluate to "G4 P50". The default is to
# require that all parameters used in the gcode script be present in
# the command invoking the macro.
#variable_<name>:
# One may specify any number of options with a "variable_" prefix.
# The given variable name will be assigned the given value (parsed
# as a Python literal) and will be available during macro expansion.
# For example, a config with "variable_fan_speed = 75" might have
# gcode commands containing "M106 S{ fan_speed * 255 }". Variables
# can be changed at run-time using the SET_GCODE_VARIABLE command.
# Enable the "M118" and "RESPOND" extended commands.
# [respond]
# default_type: echo
# Sets the default prefix of the "M118" and "RESPOND" output to one of
# the following:
# echo: "echo: " (This is the default)
# command: "// "
# error: "!! "
# default_prefix: echo:
# Directly sets the default prefix. If present, this value will override
# the "default_type".
# The heater_generic section is used to describe a custom/generic heater.
# These behave the same as typical heaters (extruders, heated beds) and
# can be configured as similarly.
# However, a gcode_id must be supplied which is used for temperature reporting.
# See notes on the SET_HEATER_TEMPERATURE command for setting the temperature.
#[heater_generic my_generic_heater]
#gcode_id: C
# A mandatory parameter that is required for reporting the temperature
# through the M105 command.
#heater_pin:
#max_power:
#sensor_type:
#sensor_pin:
#pullup_resistor:
#adc_voltage:
#smooth_time:
#control:
#pid_Kp:
#pid_Ki:
#pid_Kd:
#pid_integral_max:
#pwm_cycle_time:
#min_extrude_temp:
#min_temp:
#max_temp:
# See the heater section in example.cfg for the definition of the
# above parameters.
# Temperature sensors. One can define any number of temperature
# sensors. Their values are reported via the M105 command.
#[temperature_sensor my_sensor]
#sensor_type:
#sensor_pin:
#min_temp:
#max_temp:
# See the heater section in example.cfg for the definition of the
# above parameters.
#gcode_id:
# See the heater_generic section above for the definition of this
# parameter.
# Pause/Resume functionality with support of position capture and restore
#[pause_resume]
#recover_velocity: 50.
# When capture/restore is enabled, the speed at which to return to
# the captured position (in mm/s). Default is 50.0 mm/s.
# Filament Switch Sensor. Support for filament insert and runout detection
# using a switch sensor, such as an endstop switch.
#[filament_switch_sensor my_sensor]
#pause_on_runout: True
# When set to True, a PAUSE will execute immediately after a runout
# is detected. Note that if pause_on_runout is False and the
# runout_gcode is omitted then runout detection is disabled. Default
# is True.
#runout_gcode:
# A list of G-Code commands to execute after a filament runout is
# detected. See docs/Command_Templates.md for G-Code format. If
# pause_on_runout is set to True this G-Code will run after the
# PAUSE is complete. The default is not to run any G-Code commands.
#insert_gcode:
# A list of G-Code commands to execute after a filament insert is
# detected. See docs/Command_Templates.md for G-Code format. The
# default is not to run any G-Code commands, which disables insert
# detection.
#event_delay: 3.0
# The minimum amount of time in seconds to delay between events.
# Events triggered during this time period will be silently
# ignored. The default is 3 seconds.
#switch_pin:
# The pin on which the switch is connected. This parameter must be
# provided.
# TSLl401CL Based Filament Width Sensor
#[tsl1401cl_filament_width_sensor]
#pin: analog5
#default_nominal_filament_diameter: 1.75 # (mm)
# Maximum allowed filament diameter difference as mm
#max_difference: 0.2
# The distance from sensor to the melting chamber as mm
#measurement_delay: 100
# Neopixel (aka WS2812) LED support (one may define any number of
# sections with a "neopixel" prefix). One may set the LED color via
# "SET_LED LED=my_neopixel RED=0.1 GREEN=0.1 BLUE=0.1" type extended
# g-code commands.
#[neopixel my_neopixel]
#pin:
# The pin connected to the neopixel. This parameter must be
# provided.
#chain_count:
# The number of Neopixel chips that are "daisy chained" to the
# provided pin. The default is 1 (which indices only a single
# Neopixel is connected to the pin).
#color_order_GRB: True
# Set the pixel order to green, red, blue. If using the WS2811 chip
# (in 800Khz mode) then set this to False. The default is True.
#initial_RED: 0.0
#initial_GREEN: 0.0
#initial_BLUE: 0.0
# Sets the initial LED color of the Neopixel. Each value should be
# between 0.0 and 1.0. The default for each color is 0.
# Dotstar (aka APA102) LED support (one may define any number of
# sections with a "dotstar" prefix). One may set the LED color via
# "SET_LED LED=my_dotstar RED=0.1 GREEN=0.1 BLUE=0.1" type extended
# g-code commands.
#[dotstar my_dotstar]
#data_pin:
# The pin connected to the data line of the dotstar. This parameter
# must be provided.
#clock_pin:
# The pin connected to the clock line of the dotstar. This parameter
# must be provided.
#chain_count:
#initial_RED: 0.0
#initial_GREEN: 0.0
#initial_BLUE: 0.0
# See the "neopixel" section for information on these parameters.
# Firmware filament retraction. This enables G10 (retract) and G11
# (unretract) GCODE commands issued by many slicers. The parameters
# below provide startup defaults, although the values can be adjusted
# via the SET_RETRACTION command, allowing per-filament settings and
# runtime tuning.
#[firmware_retraction]
#retract_length: 0
# The length of filament (in mm) to retract when G10 is activated, and to
# unretract when G11 is activated (but see unretract_extra_length below).
# The default is 0 mm.
#retract_speed: 20
# The speed of retraction, in mm/s. The default is 20 mm/s.
#unretract_extra_length: 0
# The length (in mm) of *additional* filament to add when unretracting.
#unretract_speed: 10
# The speed of unretraction, in mm/s. The default is 10 mm/s.
# Include file support. One may include additional config file from
# the main printer config file. Wildcards may also be used (eg,
# "configs/*.cfg").
#[include my_other_config.cfg]
# Replicape support - see the generic-replicape.cfg file for further
# details.
#[replicape]
# Execute gcode when a button is pressed or released (or when a pin changes
# state). You can check the state of the button my using
# QUERY_BUTTON button=my_gcode_button
#[gcode_button my_gcode_button]
#pin:
# The pin on which the button is connected. This parameter must be
# provided.
#press_gcode:
# A list of G-Code commands to execute when the button is pressed.
# G-Code templates are supported.
#release_gcode:
# A list of G-Code commands to execute when the button is released.
# G-Code templates are supported.
# Execute a gcode on a set delay.
#[delayed_gcode my_delayed_gcode]
#initial_duration: 0.
# The duration of the initial delay (in seconds). If set to a non-zero
# value the delayed_gcode will execute the specified number of seconds
# after the printer enters the "ready" state. This can be useful for
# initialization procedures or a repeating delayed_gcode. If set to 0
# the delayed_gcode will not execute on startup. Default is 0.
#gcode:
# A list of G-Code commands to execute when the delay duration has
# elapsed. G-Code templates are supported. This parameter must be
# provided.
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