MK4duo

New Version 4.4.0

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  • Revision 28-02-2020
  • Version EEPROM MKV79
  • Version Nextion 1_3_1
  • Add Nextion 7″ Intelligent
  • Start development for STM32 on board Rumba32
    • Hardware Timer for stepper OK
    • Systick for temp OK
    • PWM Hardware OK
    • SD OK
    • Serial OK
    • EEPROM on FLASH OK
    • Display Nextion OK
    • DHT OK
    • SERVO OK
    • BLTOUCH OK
    • DISPLAY 20×4 No Test
    • DISPLAY Graphics Function
    • Neopixel Not function
  • M353: Set total number Extruder, Hotend, Bed, Chamber, Fan
    • D[int] Set number driver extruder
    • E[int] Set number extruder
    • H[int] Set number hotend
    • B[int] Set number bed
    • C[int] Set number chamber
    • F[int] Set number fan
  • M563: Set Tools heater assignment
    • T[tools] – Set Tool
    • D[int] – Set Driver for tool
    • H[bool] – Set Hotend for tool
  • M890: Run User GCode
    • S[int] – Run 1 – 5 user gcode
  • M900: S[bool] Active Linear Advance Test see new valor in configuration LIN_ADVANCE_K_START and LIN_ADVANCE_K_FACTOR
  • Add multiple Language, max 5, for lcd..
  • Rename DELTA_SEGMENTS_PER_SECOND in DELTA_SEGMENTS_PER_SECOND_PRINT for delta print
  • Add DELTA_SEGMENTS_PER_SECOND_MOVE for delta move
  • Add Linear advanced K-Factor for Extruder
  • Add Nextion Baudrate
  • Add Nextion CRC on serial
  • Fix JUNCTION_DEVIATION
  • Fix BABYSTEPPING
  • Fix M569 code for extruder
  • Add Vref on STM32 for ADC
  • Fix Alligator V2 DAC
  • Fix problem with STM32core 1_8_0
  • Fix problem with TOOL_CHANGE_FIL_SWAP
  • Fix and clear code

Installing MK4duo on STM32 Cores

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Launch Arduino IDE. Click on “File” menu and then “Preferences“.

The “Preferences” dialog will open, then add the following link to the “Additional Boards Managers URLs” field:

https://github.com/stm32duino/BoardManagerFiles/raw/master/STM32/package_stm_index.json

Click “Ok“. Click on “Tools” menu and then “Boards > Boards Manager“.

The board manager will open and you will see a list of installed and available boards. Select “Contributed” type.

Select the “STM32 Cores” and click on install. After installation is complete an “INSTALLED” tag appears next to the core name.

You can close the Board Manager. To upload through SWD (STLink), Serial or DFU, STM32CubeProgrammer needs to be installed. Now you can find the STM32 boards package in the “Board” menu.

Select the desired boards series: Example Rumba32.

Setting all option in this mode.

Upload process:

  1. Press and hold RUMBA32 BOOT button.
  2. Press and release RUMBA32 RESET button.
  3. Release RUMBA32 BOOT button.
  4. RUMBA32 is now in hardware bootloader mode and will accept firmware upload via USB DFU.
  5. Press “Upload” in Arduino IDE. If correctly configured and connected, the upload should be successful.