I installed my 2209 stepper driver on my PandaPi 2.8 like shown on the second image here: https://github.com/markniu/PandaPi/wiki/Wiring-for-V2.8
means I just plugged the driver without chaning anything
so now they should be in standalone-mode and on 1/16 microstepps?
I alreade reduced steps per mm to the half but x y e are still on double speed :-(
so before I crash something I'd like to ask if I missed something or just (defaul) motor current can be to high for my 2021 tronxy x5sa 400 pro?
smooth and silent! :-)
switched to Klipper, same settings, first moves smooth up to ~300mm/s :-*
meanwhile I accepted my tronxy was running at 1/32 microstepping :-) moving the printhead still cracks every 10-15cm and I'm quite sure it was more silent at all before
@mark yu Thank you! I will check those settings.
as you saied,the MS0 and MS1 are plugged in jumpers by default that is configured in standalone-mode,1/16 microstepps for TMC2209 drivers.
here is the MSx configure ( MS1, MS0: 00: 1/8, 01: 1/32, 10: 1/64 11: 1/16) for TMC2209.
if the MSx configure changed with jumppers,do not forget to change the DEFAULT_AXIS_STEPS_PER_UNIT value in the firmware,or change the steps/mm setting from LCD.
Is it safe to assume that this issue replicates onto older models of boards?
I have a 2.5v and I am thinking I am seeing the same issue.