M140 S[first_layer_bed_temperature] ; Bed (no wait)
M106 S255 ; Start fan
G90 ; set absolute coordinates
G28 ; home all axis
M190 S[first_layer_bed_temperature] ; Bed (wait)
M104 S[first_layer_temperature] ; Extruder (no wait)
M109 S[first_layer_temperature] ; Extruder (wait)
M100 ; Cleaning
Hope this helps. I am sure I might be missing some things, but this is a good starting point. I wish I had this info all in one place when I made the switch. Have fun and happy 3d printing. Here is a good web site to search out information from http://voltivo.com/forum/davinci-firmware/40-custom-firmware-development?start=160#2145
Hi all just had fun over the weekend. Following it word for word and the issues was it transfusing it all across the firmware. It would get to the printer on but then have a corruption issues and the windows would then have an major issues. Detecting the USB connection, Both printer and Windows 10 Pro not detecting each other correctly. windows every 10 seconds or so saying that the driver connection was undetermined. And the printer you could hear was trying to connect again, triggering it to come up with the undetermined issue in windows . I tried meany way with different versions of Arduino installers. All the same issues. It was starting to do my head in (6 plus hours of working on it.)
I then clicked and checked on this as I know this has been an issue in passed with other drivers for different items and yes same here (head plant "Thanks Microsoft!!!!!".........Will not follow the other comments I had in the back of my mind at the time."
Turned out it was the Windows 10's Bossa program port current drives at this time I'm putting this here. The current default version it wanted to use was a new version from MS and had some issues with the installing of the Firmware.
Had to go into the drivers, tracking down and older version. I then made a 2015 version of the Bossa driver as the default.
Once that one was installed. Ever thing went smooth after that with no issues at all with the install.
hello and thanks for all the info! i got a question can i still do this process even if I updated my Da Vinci 1.0 to its latest firmware which is 1.3.3? Please let me know and thanks in advance!!
I am sure you can still flash no matter what version of xyz your on. Once you short out the 2 pins on the main board it blanks out the main chip. Then your ready to install Repetier.
Ok perfect thank you very much for your response, I will try this as soon as I can!
Could this be undone?
Thanks for posting this! I have the same printer, and have wanted to get something better than XYZ on it, but struggled to find decent instructions that didn't involve me doing exactly what you had to do. And I don't really have the time to re-engineer the whole thing! Your post makes me want to actually try it now!
I had some trouble, and couldn't get .92 to install correctly. (Printer was a brick afterward.) This video got 0.91 on my printer, and the rest of instructions were helpful after that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wDlD2u5tVc