Board Support is In

A project log for Monoprice Mini Marlin 2.0 Support

Getting Marlin to run on the Monoprice Mini/Malyan M200.

J.C. NelsonJ.C. Nelson 01/30/2019 at 06:244 Comments

A small log to note that the current master branch for ST's arduino core now supports Malyan's M200 V1 and V2 (and possibly delta/M100). I am extremely limited in hacking time at the moment, but it's in.

Go forth, build Marlin, and enjoy.


mojocorp wrote 03/14/2019 at 20:33 point

Sound really interresting. Which branch should I compile for the mini delta ? What is supposed to work/not work ? USB ? SDCARD ? LCD ? EPROM ? WIFI ?

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J.C. Nelson wrote 03/21/2019 at 00:10 point

If you are running on the delta, I would expect mcheah's m4mpd port to be better. USB, SD, LCD should all work, but it's been quite a while since I've compiled it, since I needed a break.

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theodonkulus wrote 02/09/2019 at 19:19 point

Thank you so much. So i just flash the system using standard USB connector on the board?

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J.C. Nelson wrote 02/10/2019 at 04:07 point

You use the same method as any other firmware update - put the firmware on the SD card as update.bin (v1) or firmware.bin (v2) with a file named fcupdate.flg.

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