Some of you may already know that some time ago we developed a fairly intuitive web application to configure the Marlin firmware from our website.
In order to use this tool, called Marlin Builder, you must access the link https://3dwork.io/marlin and fill in the 5 sections that you will find available. Although, these days ago the Marlin Builder was left with an outdated version (although completely stable and functional), due to the little time I have these days.
However, I had in my roadmap to review it, and today we have updated our beloved Marlin Builder again to the latest version available (v188.8.131.52). In this way you will no longer have an excuse to update without your 3D printer using this platform.
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Official Marlin firmwares preconfigured
Another update we have made is the download of the latest fully functional version of Marlin for commercial printers. Here you will find firmwares for well-known brands such as Anet, AnyCubic, Artillery, BQ, Creality or Geeetech for example.
This way, you won’t have to do anything, just download it with one click, compile it and upload it to your printer.
Some time ago, I wrote an extensive article on how to modify and compile Marlin for your printer, which was very well received. If you have never compiled a Marlin firmware, do not hesitate to read the article that you can find at this link Complete guide: Configure Marlin 2.0.x from scratch and not die trying.
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