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  •   Jakefromstatefarm commented on this post about 1 week ago
    Hello everyone. Can anyone recommend a help page for installing the 3DN TFT firmware? I was following the tutorial on the software page and installed the advanced firmware using Prusa Slicer, but when I drop the TFT firmware onto an 8 GB SD card (FAT 32), nothing happens (ie the printer just boots up). To get it to run the bin file, I tried flipping back and forth between a USB and SD card, TFT cable unplugged and plugged in, powering from the USB cable and from AC power, even seeing if there was some way to use the "Print" command from the menu. None of these work. I am at a complete loss. Can someone please help me figure out what I'm overlooking? I have flashed my old printer many times using Arduino, but am new to the Sidewinder. PS- I have a V4. Thanks in advance!
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  •   Earl Miller reacted to this post about 1 month ago
    Hey guys. New to the site. I've been 3d printing for about a year and a half. Moving from a Creality CR-10s because it was very hard to get a good print because of all the bed and leveling issues and hoping this new printer will do the trick. Looking forward to meeting you all.
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