Known Printer Profiles for OctoPrint


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Collected Printer Profiles

Make sure to scroll to the right to see the entire table.

Instructions

During the initial Setup Wizard, you can create your printer's profile. Afterwards, you can create one or more printer profiles by visiting Settings -> Printer Profiles -> Add Profile... as necessary.

Brand Model Form Factor Origin Heated Bed Width Depth Height Custom Bound-ing Box MaxX (inverted?) MaxY (inverted?) MaxZ (inverted?) E Nozzle Extruders Who Notes..............................................................
BQ Heph-estos 2 rect lower left add-on 210mm 297mm 220mm no 6000 mm/min 6000 mm/min 200 mm/min 300 mm/min 0.4 mm 1 foosel
Creality CR-10S rect lower left yes 300mm 300mm 400mm no 6000 mm/min 6000 mm/min 200mm/m 300mm/m 0.4mm 1 Norman Might be necessary to preheat bed before starting print
CTC Dual rect lower left yes 225mm 150mm 145mm no 6000 mm/min 6000 mm/min 200 mm/min 300 mm/min 0.4mm 2 andypugh
Flash Forge Creator Pro rect center yes 227mm 148mm 150mm no 2500 mm/min (yes) 2500 mm/min (no) 200 mm/min (yes) 300 mm/min 0.4mm 2 OutsourcedGuru Print from SD only; Nozzle offsets: 0mm/0mm; GPX plugin: Machine Type = Replicator 1 Dual, Gcode flavor = MakerBot; config.yaml: serial -> alwaysSendChecksum: false, baudrate: 115200
Mono price Mini Delta circ center yes 110mm (dia-meter) N/A 120mm X: -10/260, Y: -10/220, Z: -1/210 6000 mm/min 6000 mm/min 200 mm/min 300 mm/min 0.4 mm 1 tedder42
Monoprice (Wanhao) Maker Ultimate (Duplicator 6) rect lower left yes 200mm 200mm 175mm no 6000 mm/min 6000 mm/min 200mm/min (yes) 300 mm/min 0.4 mm 1 pingywon
Prusa i3 (original) MK2MM rect lower left yes 250mm 210mm 200mm X: 0/250, Y: -4/210, Z: 0/200 6000 mm/min 6000 mm/min 200 mm/min 300 mm/min 0.4 mm 4 Ewald_Ikemann Shared nozzle X
Prusa i3 (original) MK2.5 rect lower left yes 250mm 210mm 200mm X: 0/250, Y: -4/210, Z: 0/200 6000 mm/min 6000 mm/min 200 mm/min 300 mm/min 0.4 mm 1 Ewald_Ikemann
Prusa (original) MK3 rect lower left yes 250mm 210mm 200mm X: 0/250, Y: -4/210, Z: 0/200 6000 mm/min 6000 mm/min 200 mm/min 300 mm/min 0.4 mm 1 foosel
Prusa (original i3) MK3-MMU2 rect lower left yes 250mm 210mm 200mm X: 0/250, Y: -4/210, Z: 0/200 6000 mm/min 6000 mm/min 200 mm/min 300 mm/min 0.4 mm 5 Moshe_Dahan Shared Nozzel (checked)
Robo 3D Robo C2 rect lower left no 125mm 125mm 145mm no 6000 mm/min 6000 mm/min 200 mm/min (yes) 300 mm/min 0.4 mm 1 OutsourcedGuru

Have a Working Profile?

Reply here with either screen captures of your printer profile in OctoPrint -> Settings -> Printer Profile or just provide the information from above for your printer. I'll do the rest by incorporating it into the table above.


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Here profile for the i3 MK2MM (most as the MK3, except the hotends the shared nozzle)
I typed it in the sequence of the list.

Prusa i3 (original)
MK2MM
rectangular
lower left
yes
250mm
210mm
200mm
X: 0/250, Y: -4/210, Z: 0/200 	
6000 mm/min 	
6000 mm/min 	
200 mm/min 	
300 mm/min 	
0.4 mm
4
Shared nozzle X

#3

Check my work to make sure that I've typed it in correctly.


#4

Neat. Initial setup could be done with "printer strings" that are easy to copy-and-paste, kinda like a condensed CSV. Just a thought.

(next thought) or kept in a repository. Duh.


#5

@OutsourcedGuru: Well done :sunglasses:


#6

@tedder42 Or a wiki, I suppose. I just didn't want to step on foosel's toes.


pinned #7

#8

Monoprice
Mini Delta
circular
center
heated=yes
120
120
custom box=no
6000/6000/200/300
0.4mm
1


#9

..and interesting to see foosel's Prusa MK3 settings; here's my custom bounding box, which I'm going to change to hers now.


#10

So is that 120 mm width, 120 mm depth and unknown height... or 120mm width and 120mm height? What's the variable name on the circular setup rather than width (radius)?

I've just pulled up a printer definition file for Cura and here's what I'm seeing:

        "machine_width": { "default_value": 110 },
        "machine_depth": { "default_value": 110 },
        "machine_height": { "default_value": 120 },
        "machine_heated_bed": { "default_value": true },
        "machine_shape": { "default_value": "elliptic" },
        "machine_center_is_zero": { "default_value": true },
        "material_diameter": { "default_value": 1.75 },
        "machine_nozzle_size": {
            "default_value": 0.4,
            "minimum_value": "0.15",
            "maximum_value": "0.80"
        },


#11

Circular doesn't use width/depth:


#12

Here's mine.

Creality, CR-10S, rect, origin lower-left, heated bed - yes, X - 300mm, Y - 300mm, Z - 400mm, X & Y speeds - 6000 mm/m, Z speed 200mm/m, E speed 300mm/m, no invert controls, nozzle 0.4mm, 1 extruder


#13

6000mm/min 200mm/min 300mm/min 0.4mm 2 andypugh


#14

@andypugh I think something got lost in translation from mail to forum here, only half of your settings made it.


#15

That's really wierd. They are all there in the version I sent.

CTC Dual rectangular lower left yes 225mm 150mm 145mm - 6000mm/min 6000mm/min 200mm/min 300mm/min 0.4mm 2 andypugh


#16

What's odd is that I set the printer profile for the stated specifications for the Robo C2 printer (300, 300, 6, 25) and it seemed like OctoPrint ignored them for a few weeks. And then just yesterday, the extrusion seemed to behave as if I'd blown out a stepper motor. I was so confident in this that I opened up a support ticket.

In the meantime, I replaced the stepper motor with a smaller variety and it was also moving slowly. I put back the original, changed to the default OctoPrint profile settings of 6000/6000/200/300 and it's working perfectly again.


#17

And now the profile for the i3 MK2.5, almost as the MK3 and the MK2S
I typed it in the sequence of the list.

Prusa i3 (original)
MK2.5
rectangular
lower left
yes
250mm
210mm
200mm
X: 0/250, Y: -4/210, Z: 0/200 	
6000 mm/min 	
6000 mm/min 	
200 mm/min 	
300 mm/min 	
0.4 mm
1


#18

Showing travel speeds in units of minutes rather than seconds? Is Octoprint using minutes everywhere?


#19

@skypuppy Apparently OctoPrint's profile screen uses mm/min as units in some of the feedrates. The wiki page for reprap seems to suggest that many of the rates are described in these units with some exceptions.

My own firmware appears to be reporting back in mm/sec since it's a Marlin fork.

echo:Maximum feedrates (mm/s):
Recv: echo:  M203 X300.00 Y300.00 Z6.00 E25.00

300 * 60 = 18000 mm/min

I might do some testing but I'm guessing that the firmware is way off on its upper limit. I would guess that someone at Robo 3D screwed this one up, to be honest.


#20

My MK3!
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