Getting Working Again

A project log for Lerdge 3d Printer Mainboard Hacking

Breaking the encryption on the Lerdge series mainboards so I can try porting Marlin 2.0 to it.

J.C. NelsonJ.C. Nelson 04/27/2019 at 05:511 Comment

My other project, Marlin 2.x on the Monoprice Mini/Malyan M200, is slowly starting to function, and there's a few benefits from that for my lerdge project. First off, I have a much better grip on how USB support has to work. Secondly, I've identified a few problems with PWM that have to be resolved -and also we need a better way to handle timers in the ST HAL. The problem is that F_CPU is used to derive some of the prescalar values for a timer, but that will vary based on the board's clock config. For instance, I could underclock an STM32F103 to 48mhz and USB/timers will still work fine. The RCC_GetClockConfiguration function will get us the clock divisors, and with a helper function to get every timer's proper clock source and divide out by the proper scaler, it should work.


XylenC4 wrote 05/26/2019 at 15:41 point

I've got an LERDGE-K Board which i like to run MARLIN. Have you already published some source code? I've got an ST-Link and I'm ready to solder :)

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