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In this tutorial we are going to learn how to update the Marlin version of your 3D printer.
Marlin is the firmware that controls your 3D printer, installed in the board, it is opensource, costless and very powerful. We offer updated versions configurated for our kits.
It is important using a recent version, as the firmware is not compatible with old versions and it could cause problems and incompatibilities.
Link to download: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software
You can find Windows, Mac OS and Linux versions.
This library allows to use graphic LCDs swith symbols and characters. It is necessary to install it in order to use this type of LCD.
Once downloaded the library, the installation is very simple. You have to follow the route: "Programme > Add Library > Add Library .ZIP..." and choose the file:
You can download it directly from our website, you can find it at the description of the kit in question:
#define HEATER_0_MAXTEMP 260
Where 0 is the hotend (Extruder 1 = Heater 0), and the value (260 in this case) is the maximum temperature in degrees Celsius. For a teflon version, 260ºC is the maximum temperature, and in an all metal version it can be increased optionally up to 290-300ºC.
#define LCD_LANGUAGE es
Where "es" is the language the LCD will displayed. In the uppest lines you will find the complete list of available languages.
No, but it is recommendable, as each version includes bug fixes, performance improvements and new features. Thus you can get benefit of it. The older versions remain available, so you can get a older version in case you want it.
Yes, but likely you may need to make some adjustments for each model, according to the size, endstops positions, etc.
In order to make any modification you can check the official Marling guide: