T0: Mixing tool
T1: Single Left
T2: Single Right
T0: K'tana Single Left
T1: K'tana Single Right
D0which is plugged into extruder motor port 0 on the Duet Maestro
H0is reserved for the heated bed)
H2. The reason for this is that the compound wiring comes around the right side of the extruder, hence we found it logical to assign this to heater 2. All wiring and configuration can be changed to your personal preference.
M563command allows you to define a tool, it has the following parameters:
Pnnn: The tool number
S"toolname": The tool name
Dnnn: The assigned extruder drive
Hnnn: The assigned heater number
Fnnn: The fans mapped to the tool.
F2in the tool definitions will allow you to turn on the fans with the
M106 Snnncommand instead of the
M106 P2 Snnncommand.
M563command in the configuration file, then follow it with the extruder drive and heater number that you would like to use.
M568command with the tool number (
Pnnn) and the enable parameter (
Snnn). For example, if I wanted to enable tool mixing for tool 3 I would enter the command
M568 P3 S1.
M567command. This will tell the firmware to use one stepper motor drive to move more than the other one when handling an extruder move.
M567 Pnnn Emmm:kkk:llll:iiiwhere
nnnrepresents the tool number. And the rest of the letters the tool ratios of the specific extruder drives. The total of the
mmm, kkk, llll and iiiparameters should add up to 1 in order to produce a normal and expected extrusion flow rate.