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Yet Another printer.cfg Request (M8P w/EBB SB2209 CAN(RP2040))

Printer Model
Voron 2.4r2 (Formbot as a baseline)
Extruder Type
Galileo
Cooling Type
Stealthburner
I am working through merging the Voron 2.4 example config with the M8P v.2.0 and EBB SB2209 CAN(RP2040) sample config. This is a Formbot kit with Moons motors, When plugging things in, I used the pins and ports recommended in the documentation for each component.

If anyone can link to their working printer config for a similar setup, it would help loads. The main thing is the motors and stepper but in case it is relevant, here is my full build:
  • Formbot Voron 2.4r2 350 kit as a baseline
  • Manta M8P v2.0 with CM4 (eMMC)
  • EBB SB2209 CAN(RP2040)
    • Manta and SB2209 communicating by USB-to-CANBUS Bridge)
  • Galileo 2 Extruder in Stealthburner
  • Physical switch X and Y-endstops
  • ChaoticLabs CNC Tap V.2.0 as Z-endstop
  • Phatus Rapido HF w/PT1000 2-wire thermistor
  • BTT SFS V2.0 Smart Filament Sensor
  • Nevermore (and removed standard exhaust)
Many thanks in advance if anyone has a better starting point than the raw samples for this.
 
See attached. A 350
  • M8p v 1.1
  • BTT EBB2209 (not the RP2040)
  • micro switches for X/Y
  • Tap
  • BTT filament sensor
  • bed fans (fans like a nevermore, but no charcoal) and chamber exhaust (printer is in detached garage and I do mostly ABS , so need a hot chamber).
You will want to change the extension from .txt to .cfg.

The pins may be different for a 2.0 vs. a 1.1 M8P though.

Some of the smaller .cfg aren't really implemented, but the code structure is there.

I will say that I started small with these. Added stuff like better chamber code, bed fans, etc. I print 95% of the time with ABS and haven't implemented stuff like material specific pressure advance, etc. But starting small and adding code you want is part of the process. I'm fairly certain that there is no such thing as two printers that are identical owned by different people out there. It's a learning process and worth the effort to get a printer you want to use and works with how you use it. You may spend more time trying to figure out what I did then unwind what you don't want as opposed to starting small with your own code.

If you use a Max31865, then this is the code for the thermistor:
(Obviously, change the pins, this is off a Octo Pro board)


sensor_type: MAX31865
sensor_pin: PF8
spi_speed: 4000000
spi_software_sclk_pin: PA5 #EXP2_2
spi_software_mosi_pin: PA7 #EXP2_6
spi_software_miso_pin: PA6 #EXP2_1
rtd_use_50Hz_filter: True
rtd_nominal_r: 1000
rtd_reference_r: 4300
rtd_num_of_wires: 2
 

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I am sure this will be a lot of help. You are right that there do not seem to be two identical printers among the self-built crowd. In hindsight, it may have been foolish to make my first home-built printer so heavily customized. But I'm making my way through it... It will be sweet when done.

Many thanks.
 
See attached. A 350
  • M8p v 1.1
  • BTT EBB2209 (not the RP2040)
  • micro switches for X/Y
  • Tap
  • BTT filament sensor
  • bed fans (fans like a nevermore, but no charcoal) and chamber exhaust (printer is in detached garage and I do mostly ABS , so need a hot chamber).
You will want to change the extension from .txt to .cfg.

The pins may be different for a 2.0 vs. a 1.1 M8P though.

Some of the smaller .cfg aren't really implemented, but the code structure is there.

I will say that I started small with these. Added stuff like better chamber code, bed fans, etc. I print 95% of the time with ABS and haven't implemented stuff like material specific pressure advance, etc. But starting small and adding code you want is part of the process. I'm fairly certain that there is no such thing as two printers that are identical owned by different people out there. It's a learning process and worth the effort to get a printer you want to use and works with how you use it. You may spend more time trying to figure out what I did then unwind what you don't want as opposed to starting small with your own code.

If you use a Max31865, then this is the code for the thermistor:
(Obviously, change the pins, this is off a Octo Pro board)
Thank you, it was very useful to share your config files.
Still configuring it ...
 
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