I’ve been asked about this a few times, and it seemed appropriate to put together a quick post on the topic.
In my humble opinion, one of the most useful features of Marlin is the ability to save a bunch of settings to what is essentially a non-volatile area memory that exists on the . . . → Read More: RepRap 101: Activating Marlin’s EEPROM functions, and what that does for you.
Now that you’ve got the hardware assembled and Marlin enabled and installed, it’s time to put it all together:
The first thing you’ll want to do is set up your servo extend/retract angles.
Do that by sending the following command in Pronterface:
M280 P0 S160
This command is telling the printer to extend servo . . . → Read More: Auto bed-leveling for the Makerfarm Prusa i3 – Part 3: Final setup