RAWR TFT Firmware for the Artillery 3D Printer The most powerful TFT Firmware for the Artillery X1 and Genius keeping the vanilla essence but with incredible tools. Feature M600 from USB and MicroSD (Pause, Change Filament and Resume, with out changing Marlin) Pre-Heat PID for ABS and PLA Extrude Calibration (E Steps) Filament Change Baby Steps Gcode Console Change configuraiton with out rebuilding (config.ini file) Auto Leveling and Manual Leveling (5 Points) How to setup the TFT firmware Download the last release from https://github.com/wgcv/RAWR-TFT-Firmware-Artillery3D/releases Unzip the download file. Copy the files mkstft28.bin config.ini and the folders bmp font to the root of a blank SD Card (BaudRate->250000 (Or try it with the baud rate of your marlin normally is 115200 or default artillery firmware 250000) Editing configuration The Firmware can be configured using the config.ini file. To edit the pre heat values you can check the lines 224 to 231, the T is the extrusor temperature and B the bed temperature. For edit the bed size you can edit the line 155 for the x1 the default value are size_max:X300 Y300 Z400 and the genius size_max:X220 Y220 Z250 For show the flow and speed in the status screen change the line 308 to show_status_speed_flow:1 Updating Firmware Configuration To update the Firmware configuration: Edit the settings in config.ini Copy the config.ini file to the root of the SD card. (The SD card capacity should be less than or equal to 8GB and formatted as FAT32) Insert the SD card in the TFT's SD card slot and restart the TFT by pressing the reset button or disconnecting and connecting the power cable The TFT will update and store the configuration form config.ini file Themes You can create your own themes changing the BMP images and share the link opening a PR. Reset To reset the TFT's touch screen calibration, create a blank file named reset.txt and place in the root folder of the sd card. Insert the SD card into the TFT's SD card reader and power cycle your printer to start the reset process. Repo https://github.com/wgcv/RAWR-TFT-Firmware-Artillery3D Feel free to collaborate, report issues, PR or Sponsor it on PayPal.
Hi everyone , im Marco , i have installed the x1 artillery tft firmware downloaded from 3dnexus , i have a question ... its possible to change the language of menu icons in italian ? i have tr in several mode with marlin ... but never success
thanks to all for helping
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I just installed the firmware and started a print. The printer stopped printing about 30 min. No error codes came up. I couldn't get it to resume so I pulled the power cord out to simulate a loss of power. Plugged it in and hit resume. It did resume ...
Hello community, i've designed an Artillery Sidewinder X1 Y cover for safety reasons because the aluminium profile near to the Y motor its very sharp and easily can pinch or cut the finger there.
Also protect the motor from the dust, protect the end of the aluminium profile and save the hotbed cable from wear and scratches. Feel free to print and use. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4536033
Artillery Sidewinder X1 - aluminium profile protection Y endcap. I made this for safety reasons because the aluminium profile near to the Y motor its very sharp and easily can pinch or cut the finger there. Also protect the motor from the dust, protect the end of the aluminium profile and save the hotbed cable from wear and scratches. It's easy to print and doesn't need any screw, the cover must be fit tight. The file section contains 3 files: 1 without logo. 1 with the artillery logo extruded 1 with the artillery logo embossed Filament used: Tucab Infill 15% Layer High 0,2mm or less Remixed from this: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3982109
After installing the advanced Marlin 1.1.9 firmware for the Sidewinder X1, I updated the LCD firmware and just after finishing it says "booting..." and I get a continuous beeping sound. What did go wrong? Thanks in advance.
Having great success with an old Ender 3 I decided to go bigger and got a Sidewinder X1. The test print is great even using bits and pieces of filament but Cura slicer is not working on the X1 for me as I don't think I am able to import all the correct files. Does anyone have a version of Cura with all the correct Sidewinder X1 files that works well?
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