Is there a firmware for CR-10 V3 Marlin?

Is there a firmware for CR-10 V3 Marlin?

I ended up with a Creality CR-10 V3 based on a friends recommendation. I added a BL Touch v3.1 to it and then, instead of using the Creality provided firmware based on Marlin 1.1.6 that still says “CR-10 V2” all over it, I built Marlin 2.0.6 for it with a lot of help from some friends.

How to configure bltouch in Marlin 2.0.3?

Well, let’s start configuring our Marlin firmware to support BLTouch / 3DTouch sensors. As I explained in the previous article of Configure Marlin 2.0.3 from scratch, to activate the options you simply have to uncomment them.

Can you change the firmware of Marlin Z +?

It is not a major problem, you can change within the Marlin firmware and indicate that for Z- we are going to use the Z+, but you have to make unnecessary modifications. Where can I buy a BLTouch / 3DTouch?

How to configure Marlin 2.0.3 from scratch?

As I explained in the previous article of Configure Marlin 2.0.3 from scratch, to activate the options you simply have to uncomment them. This is done by removing the two bars in front of each #define, this way the compiler can make use of them and add them to the final firmware.

Which is the resource page for the creality CR-10 Max?

This is a resource page for the Creality CR-10 MAX. Included are slicer profiles, documents and a setup video at the bottom of the page. This is a good starting point. Let us know how you like it! Here is some great info on Simplify3D operation

Which is the configuration file in Marlin firmware?

Configuration.h contains the core settings for the hardware, language and controller selection, and settings for the most common features and components. Configuration_adv.h serves up more detailed customization options, add-ons, experimental features, and other esoterica. These two files contain all of Marlin’s build-time configuration options.

Is there way to change configuration of Marlin?

To use configurations from an earlier version of Marlin, try dropping them into the newer Marlin and building. As part of the build process, the SanityCheck.h will print helpful error messages explaining what needs to be changed.