Currently, the vast majority of 3D printer manufacturers offer us the filament detection function (or lack of it, to be more precise) as something common. This means that when our spool of filament runs out, Marlin automatically stops the current job and offers us the ability to insert another spool without losing our current impression. And although most printers already ...

I recently had to upgrade a 32bit board (MKS Robin Nano de MakerBase) to install a Marlin firmware, specifically version 2.0.1. I usually use sublime and the arduino IDE, but this time I set about doing it with Visual Studio Code and its great extension Platform.io IDE. I had previously heard of it on our Telegram channel, but had never ...

Since I started to “play” in the world of the 3D printers, about 4 years ago, I have always worked with electronics from MakerBase company. There has only been one exception, in the first printer that I bought and that introduced me fully to this world. This printer mounted a proprietary board “Made in Spain”. In the rest of the ...

Recently some users of the Telegram channel were interested in how to configure Marlin 2.0.x and they exposed it in the group. Having seen what I saw I thought, Why not write a complete guide to configure Marlin step by step? It was something that had been on my mind for a long time, since my printers continued to work ...