Lulzbot + Discov3ry Integration Wiki


#1

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#Printers
##Taz 5
###WIRING THE DISCOV3RY

[Img] Where to access the electronics board containing the extruder motor driver(s).
Connector, cable, or wiring steps necessary for integration to electronics board.
Wiring schematic. What are the matching colour wiring pairs for the Discov3ry stepper motor compared to your printer? (Black, Green, Blue, Red pair with what?
[Img] The exact location of the connection for the extruder motor driver.
Please note all extra steps for wiring here if the integration for your 3D printer is more involved.

###FIRMWARE UPDATES

Describe any firmware changes necessary for the integration process. This could include settings like disabling the cold extrusion code, adjusting the EEPROM settings for the Discov3ry (typically ~10-100x default settings), hard coding XYZ offsets for a new nozzle, etc.

###MOUNTING THE DISCOV3RY TIP

[Img] The mounting system you have utilized (link to .stl file if applicable)
Other hardware needed in the mounting process (Links to McMasterCarr are golden)
[Img] How to install the mount on the 3D printer (Include Tools required)
[Img] How to attach Discov3ry tip to the mount. (Is it adjustable? Any other special features that should be known?)

###TESTING DISCOV3RY

What are the ideal slicer parameters that you have found for a specific material? Layer height, speed, infill, etc. Please share a configuration file that you have successfully utilized, preferably using the slicer that is applicable to your 3D printer.

###FINAL PICTURES

[Img Gallery] Successful prints – test prints or otherwise.
[Img] Printer and Discov3ry integrated together

###LINKS


#2

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#3

Andrew,

Do you have detailed description as to how to connect a Discov3ry with Lulzbot Taz 6? There doesn’t seem to be much information here.


#4

Hi visheshvikas,

A few of our customers have successfully integrated the Discov3ry with the Taz, and the one particular detail they have told me is that you need to update the firmware to comment out the temperature failsafe variable (MIN_TEMP) for the nozzle. Otherwise, the Discov3ry won’t work, since the printer will forever be waiting for the nozzle to heat up (and the Discov3ry doesn’t have heating capability). Outside of that detail, I think the rest of the integration should be fairly straightforward, since the Taz is open source.

Cheers,
Charles


#5

Anyone using Discov3ry with LulzBot Taz care to describe how they integrated it? I can probably figure it, but I figured it’s worthwhile asking first.

Cheers,
MImir