just an interesting Issue I have come across on the same firmware version.
Try to rename the file to print.gco
Follow old 8.3 naming convention, gco filename 8 or less, Extenstion 3 or less. Dont change the file just rename it and see if it prints, If not I think its in the G29 command but we will try that next.
HI @Byee Unfortunately not, I am currently working on one now in house, I have tried Creality and another manufactures firmware (don’t want to mention who cause I actually like their firmware)
I have tried multiple versions of firmware on my ender 5 pluses and my CR10Maxes (which is very similar in firmware) and it too suffers from the 8.3 issues. On the firmware on my maxes, it keeps saying “in the pause” if I use a filename too long but it solves another issue I was having on it. Lesser of 2 evils. The only common issue I can find across all these machines is the screen.
I ran the TH3D conversion of a RepRap screen instead of the touch screen and it worked really well on the 5plus, Was really impressed with it but that is the printer I am attempting to write from scratch the LCD firmware but not have much luck with it. I have the base firmware working with auto tramming but can only use it with full functionality from pronterface. Unfortunately cannot find anyone that can help me with the screen portion of the firmware. I’ve put the project on the back burner till the new year therefore back to using available firmware that gives me most of the functionality I am looking for.
I have been printing to the Creality CR-10S Pro V2 from my old iMac using the supplied cable for several months now. However, recently I upgraded the iMac which does not have the USB-A port. I also upgraded the Cura software to 5.2.1 (previously it was 5.1). Of course I need a new cable. I bought an adapter which allows me to plug in the original cable. No Go. So I bought another cable with the USB-C to mini USB ports. Still no go. When I look at the printer settings in Cura and peek at the firmware upgrade option it says no printer is connected. So I’m at a loss to understand what’s wrong and how to fix it. I should also say that I switched to the direct drive which had a firmware modification so I don’t know if that’s confusing the software. It worked before so I don’t think so. Someone out there must have a newer Mac with a cable connection to the printer. Help!
HI, Scott welcome to the forum, Glad you found us. I unfortunately am not a mac guy but it sounds like there is an underlying driver that’s missing on the Linux kernel. I am not the one to point out how to fix it though. I am assuming there will be a driver that will enable it.
Someone else here I am sure is a much better MAC person than I am.
I am getting closer to a solution. I downloaded Simpify3d and using their connection wizard I established communication by increasing the baud rate to the maximum. There is a gcode for setting the baud rate. I haven’t tried this yet, but in the Cura manage printer settings, I’m thinking of adding the gcode command. I just have to figure out which port I’m plugged into.
I did have a customer with an issue on a Mac call me yesterday, He said when he was using simplify it was a baud rate issue, Apparently, the baud rate in his situation was 250000. After that change, he was able to connect not a problem.