Currently building my 4th Taz clone and I have never had this many issues. I have built the Taz 6 with the instructions from Ohai and i am at the point to flash the printer with the firmware. I used cura, went to machine>install default firmware… and uploaded to the rambo board.
Please note the stepper motors were purchaced from itworks3d and are all the same. The X-axis works perfect. The Y and Z axis are extremely slow. I then crank up the acceleration manually and then they work as desired, however when homing the z-axis the print nozzle does not line up with the push button to home.
- how do i upload the firmware with corrected accelerations? (I have also tried uploading with arduino IDE)
- how do i upload the firmware with the correct y offset to home the z axis?
Here is a video showing all my issues.
The above video is my second attempt at solving this issue. I first contacted lulzbot support, they said to try flashing the firmware on a different computer. This is the original attempt on my surface (which lulzbot suggested not to do).
Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!