What is the problem?
My 3D print starts on my Flashforge Creator Pro and after about two layers it starts reporting Syntax warnings in Octoprint terminal window
What did you already try to solve it?
I tried re-flashing Octoprint with no success and even took the backup of an RPI3B+ that had no issues with the same FFCP and uploaded it to the RPI4. It successfully printed a bed level test pattern but when I tried a larger (taller) print, it printed a couple layers and stopped mid layer. When the print stops, Octoprint hangs in Canceling state and I have to power cycle the printer to get them to sync again. With the gcode errors, I tried switching the gcode flavor from RepRap to Makerbot in the GPX plugin with no difference. Not sure where to turn to now but it seems the Octoprint is talking faster than the FFCP can keep up. I also have a setup with another RPI4 talking to an Ender 5+ with no problems.
serial.log or output on terminal tab at a minimum, browser error console if UI issue ... no logs, no support!)
Recv: // echo: (line 9) Syntax error: unrecognised gcode '% L=-/60*77' Send: N10 M117 0% L=-/252*70 Recv: // echo: (line 9) Syntax warning: unsupported mcode command 'M1170' Recv: ok Recv: // echo: (line 10) Syntax error: unrecognised gcode '% L=-/252*70' Recv: // echo: (line 10) Syntax warning: unsupported mcode command 'M1170' Send: N11 M117 0.01p complete*82 Recv: ok Send: N12 G92 Z-5*67 Recv: // echo: (line 11) Syntax warning: unrecognised command word 'c' Recv: // echo: (line 11) Syntax warning: unrecognised command word 'o' Recv: // echo: (line 11) Syntax warning: unrecognised command word 'l' Recv: ok Recv: // echo: (line 12) warning G92 emulation unable to determine all coordinates to set via x3g:140 set extended position
Additional information about your setup (OctoPrint version, OctoPi version, printer, firmware, browser, operating system, ... as much data as possible)
I am using Octoprint 1.3.12 with octopi Version 0.17.0, running on Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Rev 1.1
Interfacing with the RPI4 on a windows machine over wifi using Firefox browser.